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I'm curious about this phrase "whisky on the rocks".
- Why do you use "on"? Why don't you use "with" instead?
- Why do you use "the"? BTW, why "Disney on ice" doesn't use "the"?

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I'm curious about this phrase "whisky on the rocks".
- Why do you use "on"?  Why don't you use "with" instead?
- Why do you use "the"?  BTW, why "Disney on ice" doesn't use "the"?
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