Pennsylvania here, we call it soda
@non dik bong, Wyoming: call it soda as well.
@non dik bong, unless you live in Pittsburgh, they call it pop
@Stalker Ent, my ex girlfriend went to pitt and I didn't really notice it. Guess I wasn't listening for it either
@non dik bong, can confirm, definitely say pop in pittsburgh
@non dik bong, I can confirm this as I am also from PA
@non dik bong, from near Pittsburgh, say Pop.
@non dik bong, maybe they mean Canada...? Because we call it pop. And there's plenty more 'North' past the 49th parallel
@non dik bong, Western PA here, it's definitely pop.
@non dik bong, Northern PA and Southern NY definitely say soda
@non dik bong, Jersey. Soda.
@non dik bong, more generally people in western PA call it pop and they make fun of me (a North Carolinian) for calling it coke or soda
@non dik bong, in Pittsburgh, friends make fun of me for saying soda instead of pop.
@non dik bong, Wisconsin it's soda. Unless you're from Kenosha
@Atomic Lance, Submitting my confirmation'n'at as a fellow Pittsburgher. Indeed it is pop
@non dik bong, Philly says soda
@The Skeleton Lord, I agree, I live right outside of Philly and it's very rare you hear pop
@BackdoorConquistador, i thought your comment word for word before I scrolled down and saw you beat me lol
No we call it a pop because its sounds dumb saying soda, michigan represent!
@opwnus prime, Okay. No. No. Nothing is stupider than being like "HEY HAND ME A POP". At least soda is its own unique word. I don't want my drink to be called the same thing a zit does
@Charlemagne, Soda represent. Pop just hits the ear wrong, and sounds funny.
@opwnus prime, from missouri, it is like nails on a chalkboard when people call soda "pop", but I've noticed being near the center of the united states That everybody calls it something different, hell im a server and some people call in dark drink either "coke" or a "cola". Along with soda, pop, soda pop, etc.
@Charlemagne, i technically should be pop though. The full name is indisputably "soda pop" in English the adjective comes before the noun, so pop is the noun
@opwnus prime, sodie pop
@opwnus prime, I use the term carbonated beverage
@opwnus prime, Michigan isn't the north ;)
@opwnus prime, I'm a Texan (you're welcome) but I spent a year in South Haven Michigan after graduating. It's truly one of the most beautiful places I've ever been, but I never could get used to the pop thing. The BIGGEST differences I noticed, are doors on the 2nd floor that lead to nowhere (for snow drifts?) Seriously hard to track down mexican food (Taco Bell dont count sorry), basements (very few in Texas) and apparently... northerners don't fill easter eggs with confetti to crack on people heads. You boil a hundered eggs, find them and eat them. That was weird to me.
@opwnus prime, I'll back you up from Minnesota, pop is the way to go
@The forest, UP Michigan is.
@opwnus prime, I call it soda, I live in Michigan
@Dolorous Fvcking Edd, from the US stand point, still lots of km for the Canadian view
Can't we all just get along
Australia here. Call it soft drinks.
Most of us call it pop in SW Ohio
@lissablue, omg I'm in sw Ohio too
Can all just agree to call it "Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, phosphoric acid, natural flavors, caffeine."
I'm a yank and I call it soda
We call it soda in new jersey here. How far north we talking?
@MySocksDontMatch, you are far north.
@MySocksDontMatch, northwest, eh?
Looks like you should call it canned diarrhoea
Here it's called a lot of things. Older people tend to call it pop.
How about .....Soda Pop?
That's what you get for drinking Pepsi
@Mike Vick, Says the guy who beats dogs.
What about lollipop?
No you call it "Soda" in the north. I've been there I know 😳
@clintfromhere, I live here..... No we don't
@WelI Obviously, soda or "sewda", cooler, yaw, yewns, eh!, tan (as in money), flavorless food, strong drinks, FÜCKING COLD...I've been there.
@clintfromhere, lol where exactly?
@WelI Obviously, Iowa and up, Minnesota and west to east.
@clintfromhere, ahhhhhh Iowa haha....I Owe the World an Apology. Most Minnesotans call it pop. Gotta love the cold, keeps all the sensitive pansies out! Welcome to Minnesota where we like hockey, hotdish, winter tires, and grain belt!
Pop is a southern term, not northern. Whoever made this pic is confused
Scotland, we call it fizzy juice
Umm, idk, I think Rhode Island is pretty north, and we call it soda.
I from the South and I thought "pop" was an outdated term...
We call it a Pepsi
Fück you I'm the north and i say soda because that's the word and also it's the goddamn current year and pop is so 1950s
Had to change my speech when I moved to Virginia and it was weird but after 4 years Soda seems more correct
Wait, do other places not call it pop??
@The Akron AWOL, I feel like it's called both pop and soda everywhere depending on the person. Except the south that calls everything coke, but they're just wrong...
@KiritoSAOHero, speak for yourself you yuppy
@Blackfrost273, on the Coke point? Because calling any soda other than "Coca Cola" Coke is just actually just incorrect... because Coke is a brand... them's the facts, fella
@KiritoSAOHero, I'm from the south and everyone calls it soda.
@KiritoSAOHero, actually,99% of people in northern AL call it soda,or use its labeled name
@KiritoSAOHero, "I'll have a coke, please." "What kind of coke would you like?" "I don't understand the question."
@KiritoSAOHero, I think it's more people in the north call it pop but we've been having to move a lot in the last 10 years from the job market so there's just more of us in different places
@KiritoSAOHero, I know what you mean! It's confusing as hell when you want a Coke and the waiter says "Okay, what kind of coke?"
@KiritoSAOHero, we dont call everything coke we call the sodas by there individual name (Dr. Pepper or Sprite) at least we dont just call everything pop
@KiritoSAOHero, I'm from the south, it is the class of people and even the education level that locate who calls everything soda, pop, coke, soda pop, fizz, bubbly (heard that on glo in the 2000s from carmin after her 16th bday), and so forth. The dynamic of who does what where is more of who you run with and the level of personal integrity and education...even now I don't have it right..I just added another element. I'm hoping I am making a good point by not correcting before posting this.
Shouldve taped the can 3 times
@Datsatoilet, it froze and exploded from the drink expanding, not cause of pressure