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  • n. Frozen fruit juice, flavored sugar water, or the like, on a stick, of a size to be one serving.


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From the trade name Popsicle, equivalent to pops +‎ -icle.


  • The main problem is, the popsicle is the spitting image of Australia's most nortorious murderer, Ivan Milat.

    Boing Boing

  • I appreciate that some of you are living in popsicle-land right now ... but I'm not sure I don't want to swap.

    Another update

  • The simplest way to make a popsicle is to use a small paper cup or yogurt container, fill it with juice (or whatever else you choose to use as a base for popsicles) and put a popsicle stick into it as it firms up in the freezer.

    Orka 4-Ice Pops | Baking Bites

  • You can't call a popsicle and soft serve the same thing. Top Stories

  • Companies that currently offer this service will typically freeze a person's severed head -- fondly referred to as a "popsicle" in the longevity community -- with the idea of eventually thawing it out and transplanting it onto a robotic torso, one invulnerable to the ailments that killed the actual body.

    The Problem With Eternity

  • I love how she says "popsicle," and the ending is too cute if I do say so myself.

    Archive 2007-05-20

  • We had a red fruit 'popsicle': kind of frozen air on a stick; a blackcurrant jelly like the best jube you've ever tasted and a salt & vinegar chocolate stick.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • [Yea, and what kind of life is being a 'popsicle' awaiting immenient destruction anyway?]

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Cell Phony

  • White House is proposing overturning a one-year ban on such testing enacted last month by both Nelson and Senator Barbara Boxer ... no testing on unborn 'popsicle' but the born poor OK?

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Florida Pesticide Testing On Babies Back on Drawing Board Despite Ban

  • But one other thought comes to mind in that when I was in grade school in the Chicago suburbs I would bike 2-3 miles away from my house for my "popsicle" assortment of candy from 7-11.

    Passing the popsicle test - BatesLine


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