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learn the subtle differences between british english and american english (read all 30 entries…)
Ice pop

An Ice Pop in the UK is the frozen juicy sugar water that is in plastic, which you suck and end up cutting your mouth. They are made by Mr Freeze and are normally the cheapest ice cream. Some people even call them Mr Freezes, freezies or froozies.

And what Americans call Ice Pops, that is either a ‘lolly ice’:http://www.facebook.com/home.php#topic_top or ice lolly, depending on the region. It is definately a lolly ice in Liverpool, but generally ice lolly in Southern England. But there are some people like in Lincolnshire or Glouster that say ice poles, but that isn’t normal. After doing loads of research I have found that scouse does have a lot of Irish influences. But there are other other regional differences, in Nottingham they are called ‘suckers’:http://www.themouthpiece.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-16349.html and my friend just calls them lolly pops.

There is one thing though, we DON’T call them popsicles



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