Last modified on 22 May 2014, at 22:30

beersicle

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of beer and popsicle, equivalent to beer +‎ -icle.

NounEdit

beersicle (plural beersicles)

  1. Frozen beer.
    • 1968, Russell C. Erb, The common scents of smell:
      I called it Erb's Beersicle. My results were disappointing but might be improved through research processing.
  2. A frozen beer.
    • 2006, Walter B. Palmer, Jr., Native Soil:
      "[...] The only time I get cold beer is when I leave the shit in the snow, and then it freezes and I end up with a beersicle, and I have to wait until it thaws out before I can drink it."