Pop

“It’s called POP, not SODA.” Dear entire Midwest, I would love that shirt for Christmas. Big hugs, Kristy.

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  1. No, it’s soft drink

  2. fizzy drink! actually, my favourite is the way some Scots still call all soda/pop/fizzy drinks ‘ginger’.

  3. Rehashing from about 10 years ago, but it’s really called “coke” – and then if you want to know if it’s diet or lemon lime or some other variety, you ask “do you wanna a coke? what kind?”

    As a mid-Atlantic transplant to the Pac NW-pop-land, I have to explain this all the time. 😉

  4. Sometimes im called POP usually by Ant or Aim, funny you never do.

  5. What Tricia said. All non-alcoholic carbonated beverages are “cokes”.

    However, I always thought it was a Deep South (US) thing, I didn’t know they also used that terminology in the mid-Atlantic states.

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