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Posted at 10:18 AM ET, 02/18/2011

Free ice cream at Ben & Jerry's!

By Elizabeth Flock
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At Island Style Ice Cream in Mount Rainier, Toya Gordon, 10, downs a cone of Obama Delight: light chocolate with M&Ms. (Dayna Smith - For The Washington Post)

Ben & Jerry's D.C. often uses its Twitter account to mention secret scoop flavors, which customers can get free if they order the flavor by name and mention Twitter.

Today's flavor is Chocolate Therapy, which we're guessing you need after the long chill.

You can visit any of the Ben & Jerry's Scoop shops in Washington, Virginia or Maryland to claim your gooey prize.

Today's secret SCOOP SHOP flavor is CHOCOLATE THERAPY! Order it by name, mention twitter and it's FREE!! 50/location, 1/customer :)less than a minute ago via web

By Elizabeth Flock  | February 18, 2011; 10:18 AM ET
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I wish I was that good lookin like the child in the photo, but I am in need of psycho-therapy...bump da chocolate.

Posted by: TheresaDudleyStank | February 18, 2011 8:13 PM | Report abuse

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