HeyRiles;2698301 said:It's soda. It's always been soda. It's never been pop. Eight of you are sorely mistaken
Soratar;2698334 said:Its pop in Indiana, but since I grew up in California, I'm used to soda. I call it soda. Pop sounds hilbillyish to be.
Cubecubed;2698355 said:This except substitute Michigan for Indiana.
Apples;2698362 said:Around here both are used pretty extensively, with pop having a slight edge.
gosox333;2698338 said:It's pop. It's always been pop. It's never been soda. Eleven of you are sorely mistaken
HeyRiles;2698402 said:But seriously, wanting 'pop' is just stupid. I want 'a soda'. A soda is one thing, while pop is apparently multiple things, even though it's just in one canStupid!
FloodOne;2698417 said:Soda is the type of water used to make POP.Soda is an ingredient, pop is the end result.
LinkStrifeLeonhart;2698394 said:Also why has no one said soft drink yet?EDIT:: Also here you go, I guess.
FloodOne;2698388 said:Then how come we all call it pop in the NORTH.Soda is hillbilly-ish if anything is.
Alright_Computer;2698449 said:orly?Pop = midwest, soda = northeast. If anything, coke is the hillbilly-ish way of saying it.Edit: ninja'd.
LinkStrifeLeonhart;2698459 said:Guys, the site I linked to isn't scientific at all. You just go there and submit what you say and it tallies it up.I'm pretty much trying to show you all how silly this is.
Masquerade;2698462 said:I like this one better.