One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A piece of flavoured frozen milk on a stick.‘she hitchhiked to Bondi and bought a paddle pop’
- ‘He went over to the vending machine and bought a Paddle Pop.’
- ‘I don't understand what a 'creative awareness workshop' would entail other than papier mâché and paddle pop sticks.’
- ‘The crosses were made from paddle pop sticks.’
- ‘We went and bought some paddle pops but they didn't have any rainbow ones.’
- ‘I smiled, and tore open my chocolate Paddle Pop.’
- ‘Your teamwork may need to be a bit beyond the building a bridge with paddle pop sticks phase.’
- ‘It was $1.60 for one paddle pop, what a disgrace!’
- ‘For those who did not fancy ice cream, the only alternative was something like a Paddle Pop.’
- ‘She came back carrying a melting Paddle Pop.’
- ‘Paddle Pop ice creams have shrunk.’
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