Does ''gh'' represent any particular sound?
Gh sounds like a hard g (before consonants or a, o, u). Normally used before e or i to retain the hard sound (as in give, get, ghetto) instead of the soft g sound (as in giraffe, German)
Sugarless ice cream? What's the point?
Diabetics? Something is better than nothing.
who does? (I take it this means eating ice cream with sugar on the side, as opposed to eating ice cream that contains sugar)
mate... i don't think the author of this marvelous phrase thought it through when he/she wrote it... so why should we? (even though in romanian it can mean both your answers)
Frozen iaurt maybe? haha.
Only with garlic or mustard.
At the end Duo raises his voice weirdly and had no axent. And I have the Romain keyboard on my phone.