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  • Aussies are outraged over the end of Sunnyboys
  • Aussies are outraged over the end of Sunnyboys
    Markus Spiske (2015) ©

Aussies are outraged over the end of Sunnyboys

Many Aussies will remember sitting on a beach as a child, eagerly eating a Sunnyboy ice lolly. The icy, pyramid-shaped treats are synonymous with growing up Down Under. But following the announcement that they will be discontinued, people have taken to Twitter to voice their outrage.



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