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srshea

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Dali Pop, Dali Pop...... 

Oh, Dali, Dali Pop
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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Dali Pop, Dali Pop...... (in reply to srshea

From the link:

"...the Chupa Chups lollipop, invented in 1958... it was the first ever sweet to be sold on a stick, thus liberating children (and their parents) from the tyranny of sticky fingers."

Baloney. Sweets on a srick go back to medieval times. An American marketed lollipops by 1920 and trademarked the name. I was buying and consuming lollipops in 1943.

RNJ
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