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Waferfan

A wafer shaped like a fan.

A wafer is a bit of sugary bread thing that can go in an ice cream.

edit Types of Wafer

Waferheart

A wafer shaped like a heart.

All wafers taste the same, but they can come in different shapes.

edit Fan Shaped Wafers

Fan Shaped Wafers are shaped like a fan.

edit Square Wafers

These are square wafers, in the shape of a square.

edit Heart Wafers

These are heart wafers, in the shape of a heart.

edit Bird Wafers

This is an interesting misnomer, as this is actually a Bengali pudding dish.

No scrap that, it's a wafer in the shape of a bird.

edit Octahedral Wafers

Yeah, these don't exist.

edit What Is the Point of the Wafer?

Waferbird

A wafer shaped like a bird. COOL!

It is a bit of sugary bread thing that can go in an ice cream. It doesn't need a point.

edit Where Can I Get a Wafer?

Supermarkets and other food shops.

edit Trivia

  • An anagram of wafer is frawe.
  • Wafer is the only word in the English language to contain the letters w, a, f, e, and r, and be defined as: "the bit of sugary bread thing that can go in an ice cream".
  • Wafers are getting less popular due to the decline of the Italian-style ice cream cafe, but that's a whole other article!
  • The current mayor of Rio de Janeiro is Eduardo Paes.
  • Wafer rhymes with several words: safer, wafer and safer.
  • And almost "paper" if you say it quick enough.

edit Summer

is a good time to eat wafers.

Waferjew

A wafer shaped like the Star of David. WICKED COOL! Ice cream for the Jews!


edit More Trivia

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