In the beginning
The ice cream is still in bowl form, and they've added the mini-mallows, M&Ms, and nuts. This already looks a little excessive.
In the 8-10 topping range; here you can see chocolate chips, sprinkles, and Heath bar.
After adding the gummy bears, Kit-Kats, and Butterfingers, the toppings were spilling out of the bowl. There's a whole Kit-Kat piece just lying there. But it'll sneak in eventually.
My sundae artist threw in a few Oreos and started breaking some toppings into smaller pieces.
Point of Absurdity
She adds cherry topping to the spongecake. You can also see a massive glob of cookie dough at 5 o'clock.
And for vitamins
A little fruit makes this all healthier, right?
I had to hold back laughter when a rather large brownie landed on the summit of this topping heap.
On go the chocolate and caramel syrups. I find this image pretty mesmerizing. (Let's say it only goes downhill from here.)
Mix it up
Shock and awe tactics applied to desserts.
This picture could be sold for thousands at some Chelsea galleries.
Scoops the mix into the bowl and...
The final product, in all its glory. Notice the second cup in the background. My order was so large it needed two cups to be contained.