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What do you call soft drinks?

  • Pop

    Votes: 35 36.5%
  • Soda

    Votes: 38 39.6%
  • Soda pop

    Votes: 1 1.0%
  • Coke/drink/other

    Votes: 22 22.9%
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Just curious as to whether people say pop or soda pop. I say pop (and am from the Midwest). :D
 

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Soda, the 1950's are over, who says Soda Pop?
 

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I grew up saying soda. But I've consciously changed my habit to saying coke or pepsi because I've been served soda water in some places when asking for soda. And I hate soda water.
 

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what ever it's called, i'll generally call it. unless i'm being specifically non specific
 

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I didn't realise terms like soda were used synonymously with coke and pepsi. I think in the uk people would just use the name of the specific drink. Or more generally soft drink or fizzy drink
 

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I didn't realise terms like soda were synonymously with coke and pepsi. I think in the uk people would just use the name of the specific drink. Or more generally soft drink or fizzy drink
it's so much simpler and easier to understand here in the uk ;)
 

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I didn't realise terms like soda were used synonymously with coke and pepsi. I think in the uk people would just use the name of the specific drink. Or more generally soft drink or fizzy drink
I'm going to start calling it a fizzy from now on. "I'd like a fizzy please"... lol
 

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Coke. Everything is always Coke. Cheerwine and Sprite are types of Coke.
 

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Soda usually, sometimes Soda Pop.
 
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