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Fudgicle or Fudgsicle?


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  1. 1. What one do you prefer?

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Now that I have a goldfish named Fudgsicle I found this post asking how people pronounce the word or how you spell it...~ Fudgicle or Fudgsicle?

 

Read this short but interesting page about it then vote! :)

 

http://blog.tompappalardo.com/?p=7098

 

 

 

 

 

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It needs the s. The suffix 'sicle' is short for Popsicle. 'icle' isn't short for anything. All of your fish are named after different popsicles.

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Fudgsicle. Period. It needs the "s."

LOL I like the Simpsons clip :rofl But yeah that is exactly what I mean of how different people say it :lol3

 

Sicle. Fudgicle sounds like something you do in an outhouse in the dead of winter. Just say no.

Eewww! :o  :rofl3

 

My fiancé seen his clients dog eating "fudgicles" out in her yard one day :stars

 

It needs the s. The suffix 'sicle' is short for Popsicle. 'icle' isn't short for anything. All of your fish are named after different popsicles.

Ah yes good point ;)

 

I agree. Needs the s. :)

The S's have it! Fudgsicle it will be!

 

:teehee

:lol1 You giggling at my Fudgsicle? :lol3

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Interesting read! It's always been fudgsicle for me.

:thumb:

 

You are too funny!  I vote "Fujikle" :rofl

LOL You always think of the most imaginative and creative names, now imaginative and creative spelling too! :lol3

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Whatever comes outta my mouth is what i call it! I know my mom says it without the S. I say it more with the S but I'm sure i say both. :idont

What do you prefer? Continuity is not a wildly important thing to me :rofl so if you're feeling the name Fudgicle (or Fujikle!) why not? :nana

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If someone introduced their animal as a fudgicle I'd be biting my tongue SO hard to not say anything unseemly. I might die from the efforts but I'd try!

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It needs the s. The suffix 'sicle' is short for Popsicle. 'icle' isn't short for anything. All of your fish are named after different popsicles.

What?  I always thought  "sicle" was adopted from icicle.  Creamsicles are the best. 

 

http://www.popsicle.com/article/detail/107647/all-about-popsicle-sicle-trademark-family

 

Excuse me, Unilever,  that's Creamsicle (trademark symbol) cream pops.  :D

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It needs the s. The suffix 'sicle' is short for Popsicle. 'icle' isn't short for anything. All of your fish are named after different popsicles.

What?  I always thought  "sicle" was adopted from icicle.  Creamsicles are the best. 

 

http://www.popsicle.com/article/detail/107647/all-about-popsicle-sicle-trademark-family

 

Excuse me, Unilever,  that's Creamsicle (trademark symbol) cream pops.   :D

 

:rofl We're talking coloquial, Sharon! 

 

Unilever expects people to say way too much.

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Soooo It is breaking their copyright to name my fish after ice-cream on a stick? :huh:

 

:hide:  :peeka

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