(from the French "sirop de poteau") What Quebecers and others call imitation "breakfast syrups" like Mrs. Buttersworth or Log Cabin - suggesting that they are made by tapping dead telephone poles rather than real maple trees.
"Oh man, she made me pancakes in the morning, right? But all she had to put on them was some disgusting pole syrup!"
by smendler February 06, 2012

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