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Dique
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Beautiful example of the wonders of Dominican spanish. Loosely translated as a doubtful “supposedly.” Derived from the contraption of “dice que” often used with a sarcastic undertone, but not always necessary. Can be used in Spanish and Spanglish

"Dique she was going on a diet…Dique"

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How Frozen Should Have Ended

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Stephen King being Stephen King

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braginskey:

why do people have like 74973 different names for these

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… You mean they’re not called tip tops by everyone?

Ive never heard any other name than tiptops

ice pops is what I call them

…They’re freezies though…

They’re called Zooper Dooprs

Ice poles!

Mister Freeze

these are otter pops goodbye

What about icys?

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I like this song.

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astronomers got tired after watching the moon go around the earth for 24 hours so they decided to call it a day

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