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Popsicle is a brand.. Not the generic term
I enjoyed this video!
I like this guy. He's funny. Why doesn't this have more views after 5 years???
WHY DID I WATCH THIS WHOLE THING?? 😂😂
Now, i understood.
As an ESL, I still don't understand the answer of the question( the title of this video)
So we can simply say " an ice pop"? Or not?
I hope you didn't copyright "a Unilever lawyer won't show up with a cease and desist order" because I'm planning to use it right now (in a non-commercial friend-to-friend whatsapp)
Why not just call them ice lollies?
Improper intellectual property speech should be punishable by death or at least life in prison chain gang hard labor without possibility or parole.
Thank you, you sir, helped me prove my friend wrong. God bless you for your knowledge.
That shirt is not camera friendly. never wear striped shirt on camera.
tch... IP law is stupid. But at least I know now why they refer to "sea salt ice cream" thus in kingdom hearts, despite it obviously being a... quiescently frozen treat... -__-
Seriously, u all just stated the obvious! Thanks for the bit of science tho!
Can I have a few Popsicle®
Pampers = diapers.
This video was VERY well done. Three cheers for you guys!!
josh u are awesome
We Filipinos don't distinguish between popsicles and ice pops.In my childhood,people preferred using the term 'ice pop or ice drop' but 'popsicle' is getting more and more used.
I need an answer