Let's see how many would be the same flavor
I will begin. If I were a popsicle I would be a dreamsicle.
I was going to say chocolate, because that's my favorite kind of popsicle, but on second thoughts I'd want to be a very hot pepper flavor to try to stop people from eating me!
I would wanna be a changing flavour kinda popsicle (like some gum)
Key lime Pie/Strawberry
Rainbow -Throw them all in there
(Sorry in a 'cant make up mind day)
coca-cola flavor coz I love frozen coke and my fave soft drink is coke too.
I'd be a bomb pop cause they are red white and blue!
One of those red, white, and blue ones - my fave!
red - cherry
white - lemon
blue - raspberry
What inventive flavors. I'd want to bundle up and not be a frozen Popsicle. The 'unflavor' purified mountain fresh water from the Himalayas
Do they have wine flavoured popsicles?
Guess ya could make your'e own ,I'm not sure if alcohol freezes well?
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