I love milkshakes so much that I will drive anywhere at anytime to enjoy this wonderful delicious treat.

If you're familiar with beautiful Grand Haven right here in Michigan, then be prepared for something very special opening Friday, March 4.

How about a new extreme milkshake bar called "Bad Habit." We're not talking about your standard milkshakes here, we're talking about out of this world delicious concoctions.

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According to mlive.com:

Bad Habit's milkshakes are loaded with entire pieces of cake, cotton candy, cookies, Twinkie's and whip cream. These shakes deliver a three course dessert all in one decadent drink.

Is your mouth watering yet because mine is. "Bad Habit" opens Friday, March 4 at 4 p.m. This is an extreme milkshake bar located at 1307 S. Beacon Blvd.

This is so going to be worth the drive to enjoy a 16 ounce milkshake that's going to be piled high with incredible toppings.

Here are some of Bad Habit's other creations, courtesy of mlive.com:

Swipe Right-Made with chocolate s'mores, strawberries, white chocolate cake and strawberry drizzle date.

Stacker-Perfect peanut butter and chocolate dessert with peanut butter cups, chocolate frosting and a slice of peanut butter chocolate cake.

Oh my goodness, this sounds fantastic!

Grand Haven is such a popular destination because it has so much to offer. Grand Haven is known for beautiful beaches, great dining, and now a new dessert spot that's going to get lots and lots of business this spring and summer.

Bonnie Brown is one of the co-owners of "Bad Habit" and here's what she had to say:

"I wanted to bring ultimate milkshakes with a variety of flavors ranging from positively decadent to tantalizing sweet to Michigan, and Bad Habit was born," said Brown, in a prepared statement. (mlive.com)

I think my wife and I are going to book our summer vacation in Grand Haven if you know what I mean.

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