Why did I have to stumble onto these Cape Cod milkshakes that will literally have me forgetting I was trying to get a summer bod?

Every corner I turn, there is temptation, and since I have to be subject to this delicious milkshake photo, well, I figure I might as well share it with you as well.

It's like Facebook and Instagram know I'm trying to eat healthy so they strategically placed Mic's Main Scoop in front of me with these absolutely over-the-top milkshakes.

So are you ready to drool?

The milkshake you see in the picture above is called Saggy Beach S'Mores. It's named after Sagamore Beach in Bourne, just miles away from Mic's.

It comes with -- brace yourself -- a marshmallow rim wrapped in warm Rice Krispy treats, topped off with a toasted marshmallow, a Graham cracker, whipped cream, chocolate drizzle, and a cherry. In all honesty, I could do without the cherry, but it's cute.

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Oh, and that's just one of 16 out-of-control milkshakes on the menu. There is also one called Graham Central Station. Are you kidding?

This is where I tell myself it's all about balance.

It's OK to indulge in one of these, right?

Time for a milkshake date.

Have you ever been to Mic's and tasted these stunning delicious pieces of art? Where else are you finding glorious milkshake works of art?

I'll need reviews ASAP because it has taken everything in me not to get in my car and take a drive to try the milkshakes at Mic's and more delicious desserts all over the SouthCoast. Take a look:

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