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to think it's ice lolly not lolly ice

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bigfatcath Tue 31-May-11 18:48:34

Ffs!!!

On hols in north west and been to Liverpool today. Asked for an ice lolly and was laughed out of the shop!

I mean lolly ice???!!!!

Or am I wrong????

MumdiddyMum Tue 31-May-11 18:49:44

YABU. Darling they are northern. Cut them some slack.

2littlegreenmonkeys Tue 31-May-11 18:50:14

Neither are correct, it is ice pop wink

Imnotaslimjim Tue 31-May-11 18:50:47

I'm from near Liverpool and we call it a lolly ice. I think its just a regional thing though

bigfatcath Tue 31-May-11 18:51:04

But I'm from further north and we say ice lolly!!!!!

GrownUpNow Tue 31-May-11 18:51:06

Ice pole, I beg to differ.

maras2 Tue 31-May-11 18:51:44

Ice pop my arse .

truthisinthewine Tue 31-May-11 18:52:55

Most definately ice lolly.

2littlegreenmonkeys Tue 31-May-11 18:53:14

grin it is, ice pop, occasionally lolly pop.

squeakytoy Tue 31-May-11 18:53:22

I am originally from Bolton, and we say Ice Lolly

kw1986 Tue 31-May-11 18:54:01

Ice pole/pop are the flavoured ice in sealed plastic tubes...

Ice lollies come on sticks...

Lolly ice... Does that even make sense?!?

Fernie3 Tue 31-May-11 18:54:27

I say ice lolly dh says lolly ice. I am from the south he is from the north. We live in the north and the kids say lolly ice so I'm the odd one out!

TidyDancer Tue 31-May-11 18:55:37

It's definitely ice lolly! Never ever heard of a lolly ice!

AgentZigzag Tue 31-May-11 18:55:53

Ice lolly is on a stick, ice pop in a plastic sleeve thingy (it pops out the top?).

Neither any good, no choc on them, see?

Madlizzy Tue 31-May-11 18:56:31

Lolly ice for me, and DH and the kids say ice lolly. I'm a woollyback.

olibeansmummy Tue 31-May-11 18:58:31

I'm from up north and have never heard of lolly ice! Ds calls it a pop pop anyway!

meditrina Tue 31-May-11 19:00:07

No! It's a pop ice when it comes in the plastic tube!

But I'd say ice lolly (very mixed family background!) and hokey pokey.

DeWe Tue 31-May-11 19:02:12

I'd just say lolly. I'm from north.

ratspeaker Tue 31-May-11 19:02:24

Ic epole if its in one of those plastic tubes
Ice lolly for anything else
unless its a jubbly

WholeLottaRosie Tue 31-May-11 19:02:27

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TidyDancer Tue 31-May-11 19:02:48

Oh yeah, pop ice! Usually with a character on.

cat64 Tue 31-May-11 19:23:23

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bigfatcath Tue 31-May-11 19:28:09

Good. I'm not mad. Only Sousers say lolly ice???!!

KoolAidKid Tue 31-May-11 19:30:38

I'm from Lancashire and used to say ice lolly. Moved to Lpool several years ago and now say lolly ice, but will switch back to ice lolly when not here. So guess I'm bilingual grin

KenDoddsDadsDog Tue 31-May-11 19:39:23

I had to learn to say lolly ice when I lived in Liverpool. Was there for over ten years so it kind of stuck. I quite like it actually a funny little quirk. Not as bad as DH who calls an ice cream a poke and a lolly ice an ice pole!

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