I live in the Midwest, now.
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Pop, Isle 11.
I adamantly refuse to call it ‘pop’. (And it’s not the way you and I would say the word, either. It’s more like ‘paap’.) I am all about my ‘coke’ (southern roots!) or at least ‘soda.’ I hear there are places in New England that call it ‘tonic’.
I have to agree with Amanda on this one. I’ve lived here a year and a half and I still can’t get over it. But Amanda, “coke” isn’t Southern, it’s just plain Georgian
I’m sorry, but Sprite is not a coke!
Soda pop. I guess the original word split into two. It sees we got the more fun one. POP! Whoooooo!
no, sprite is not coke, but it is a coke product! close enough for me!!
and in georgia they go above and beyond calling it plain “coke” – they prefer “ice cold coke cola” (pronounced “aaah-ce co-ald co-ake coh-a-la”, the more syllables the better!
Well, when I say I want a coke, what I mean is a Classic “red” Coca Cola. Yum. Anything else I guess I just call soda. But the real question is- is there really any other soda worth drinking? Coke is it.
um dr. pepper. and root beer.
duh, lindsay, duh.
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