Before today's ice cream cone was invented, people ate ice cream out of paper or metal tubs and cones, or glass cones, which were known as 'penny suckers', 'penny cones', 'penny licks' or 'licking glasses'. Paper cones were called 'hokey pokeys' in England. An ice cream in a cup was known as a 'toot' in Europe, which may have come from the Italian word 'tutti', meaning 'all', as customers were urged to 'eat it all' because it was now a lot easier to do so. The first time anyone was ever recorded eating ice cream from an edible cone was in the late 19th century, in Dusseldorf, Germany. <br />
There is still some mystery surrounding the birth of the very first edible ice cream cone, but we do know this: the first wafers served with ice cream were recorded c. 1700 A.D. It was thought to be a 'stomach settler' to be eaten after the ice cream.

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Tweed is a made-up, rough, unfinished woolen fabric, of a soft, open, flexible texture, resembling cheviot or homespun, but more closely woven. It is made in either plain or twill weave and may have a check or herringbone pattern. Subdued, interesting colour effects (heather mixtures) are obtained by twisting together differently coloured woolen strands into a two- or three-ply yarn.<br />
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Tweeds are desirable for informal outerwear,[1] being moisture-resistant and durable. Once worn in, tweeds are commonly worn for outdoor activities such as shooting and hunting, in both Ireland and the United Kingdom. "Lovat" is the name given to the green used in traditional Scottish tweed. In Ireland, tweed manufacturing is most associated with County Donegal in the Province of Ulster.

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