Title and page

  • Title : page should be named "squeaking sugar mice" ou "sugar mice" / cf citation, no capitalization in the book
  • Page : before theses infos are on the page Ice Mice : the description is the same, squeaking mice. But Ice Mice is a name and "squeaking sugar mice" is only a description. Why is there now 2 pages ?

--   Famini    talk    contribs   13:50, October 1, 2010 (UTC)

The description of ice mice is that they "cause the consumer's teeth to chatter and squeak", and the box that Flitwick passes Harry is just "squeaking sugar mice". Nothing says that the Ice Mice squeak on their own, just that they make the eater's teeth squeak, where as the other sweets seem to be squeaking on their own in the box. I checked Lexicon just to see what their site's take on it was, and they have them listed seperately, which I realise doesn't mean they couldn't also be wrong, but if you have evidence that they are in fact the same sweet, then I suppose they could be. --BachLynnGryffindorcrest(Accio!) 14:09, October 1, 2010 (UTC)

For sorts, there's no always evidence that 2 sorts are the same and there's only 1 page. Really weird. --   Famini    talk    contribs   14:50, October 1, 2010 (UTC)

But that is also a good point for the page title, "squeaking sugar mice" or leave it as "sugar mice", the question would of course be, in the sentence they appear, is the word squeaking simply used to describe the "sugar mice" in greater detail, or because that is part of their name...... --BachLynnGryffindorcrest(Accio!) 15:03, October 1, 2010 (UTC)