I'm not sure why something like National Ice Cream Cone Day is celebrated on the very last weekend of the summer, right when the fall is coming around, but I guess it's better late than never. (Update: Ah, it was invented on this date.)
I really don't eat ice cream cones anymore. I eat a fair share of ice cream during the months of June, July, and August, but it's usually cartons of ice cream or Ben & Jerry's or Haagan Daz that I buy at the supermarket and put in a bowl. I guess my ice cream cone days are pretty much over, for the most part. But you have an assignment today: if you have ice cream, it must be in a cone. Whether you get it at an ice cream shop or buy the ice cream and the cones at the supermarket, you must put the ice cream in a cone.
Of course, it's National Ice Cream Cone Day, with no mention of actual ice cream, so maybe you can just buy a box of ice cream cones and eat them plain. I'm partial to the sugar ones myself.