By now, you're probably pretty sick of the debates on TV and the debates on Facebook and the, well, general hot mess that is the 2016 election. We feel ya — and so does Brooklyn-based ice cream brand Phin & Phebes. That's why they created the unofficial (yet very awesome) Ice Cream Party of America, in conjunction with the Pints of Positivity campaign.
Through the campaign, comedian Maria Heinegg hit the streets to find out who people are voting for and to challenge them to say something nice about the opposing candidate — with a scoop of delicious ice cream as the reward for the good deed. Clearly, people will do just about anything for ice cream...
So even though you sadly can't vote for ice cream on November 8, you can remember to be a bit more positive the next time you go to heckle someone on the Internet, or your living room for that matter.
This shirt has our vote:
And here's the best bumper sticker maybe ever:
If eating ice cream is more your jam, you can score an at-home Ice Cream Party party for yourself too. Enter to win a six-pack of pints from Phin & Phebes here.
So, guys, let's all be nice, eat some ice cream, and then go vote for a real person on Nov. 8.