was developed in 2003, by
co-designers Mr. & Mrs. Smith in Chicago, Illinois, who
conceived the idea as a result of personal creativity,
ingenuity and a recognized potential for such a product.
Being a newly married couple, they wanted to create an item
that would enhance their sex life. It is their hope that this
tasteful packaging and the erotically charged imagery will
instigate romance and sexual intimacy between couples.
• S.S.I.C. is a cleverly conceived packaging concept for ice cream that incorporates artful illustrations of various sexual positions.
• Simple and straightforward, a couple would select the desired flavor, flip the lid and pull back the tab, which reveals a sexual position. The couple would then engage in the said position and eventually eat the ice cream.
• There are four easy steps:
(1) Open (2) Imitate (3) Eat (4) Repeat
• S.S.I.C. is great for Bachelorette and Bachelor Parties, Anniversaries, Valentine's Day, Sweetest Day, Birthdays, Marriage Retreats or any Occasion.
First and foremost, there are no child actors allowed on the set.
Although the various scenes were filmed on location, you can choose your own setting. In addition to imitating the artful illustrations
under the lid, feel free to utilize your own special effects and remember to take seductive cues from your mate.
A soundtrack was not produced; however, couples are creating their own sweet music.
With the exception of following four easy steps, there is no script and couples are encouraged to improvise.
No need to worry about spectators or cameo appearances, these scenes are strictly for couples only.
Be creative with choosing your costumes and keep in mind wardrobe changes are optional.
While in character, feel free to do as many "takes" as necessary.
There are no cliff hangers-after flipping the lid and pulling back the tab, the suspense is over.
No need to shout "cut" regarding a specific scene, unless someone reaches the climax.
Please be aware of the paparazzi
, they are always looking for juicy gossip about Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Lastly, do not forget to purchase an extra pint of S.S.I.C. to create an re-enactment of a scene or to produce a sequel.