Poll: who calls it pop?
@ caucrasian , who calls it soda?
@ caucrasian , who calls it coke?
@ caucrasian , basically if you're from the south like I am. We say coke
@ caucrasian , some people (my grandmother) call it soda pop. She says that's what they called when she was growing up. At least where she lived.
@wolflover3561, right! Anyone call it soda pop?
@ caucrasian , what about tonic?
@ caucrasian , I have never and will never call it soda
@ caucrasian , I just refer to it as purple drank.
@ caucrasian , I've never heard someone call it soda music personally...
@ caucrasian , carbon dioxide infused beverage?
@ caucrasian , Poll: who doesn't care?
@Sexy Alpaca, purple flurp!
@ caucrasian , grew up in mode west so I called it pop. Then was in New York for a few months and called it soda. Now I'm in Florida working at fast food and call it either a soft drink or beverage. Saying 'pop' just sounds REALLY weird to me now.
@ caucrasian , Sodapop
@ caucrasian , In the uk we pretty much call it "fizzy drinks" and coca-cola specifically is "coke"
@ caucrasian , lived in South all my life, we say Coke, even if it's grape soda. Saying soda is sort of acceptable, and saying "pop" would make you look like a retard.
@ caucrasian , I'm buffalo born and raised, it's pop up here
@ caucrasian ,my husband is from Florida and says soda. I'm from Missouri and I say pop.
@Titaintium, Same. Called it pop when I lived in the midwest, then changed to soda when I moved to Florida and everyone started looking at me funny for saying pop.
@ caucrasian , I mostly call it the name of the specific drink. "I'd like some Dr. Pepper." Or "Would anyone care for a Sprite?"
@Professor Pingas, but coke is a specific brand of soda..
@Russian Spetsnaz, here in New Orleans though, we call them non alcoholic beverages
@Thegirlfriendsshirt, it this during or after Mardi Gras?
@Russian Spetsnaz, both
@ caucrasian , normal people. Normal people call it soda, only freaks call it anything else.
@ caucrasian , fizzy drinks
@poiuy, me: I'm hungry
dad: hi hungry, I'm dad
This is sodapressing
It's called "soda."
@Mr Doctor Professor, My girlfriend calls it pop. It bothers me way too much.
@Mr Doctor Professor, in Texas and other parts of the south we call it coke regardless. If were ordering Pepsi, Dr Pepper, Sierra Mist, Sprite, or whatever, were ordering it as coke
@D0N RAM0N, yeah, I don't even know how people do that... It'd be like calling all things to do with gaming "Nintendos."
@Mr Doctor Professor, my parents that, and I hear a lot of hispanic moms do that too. I haven't bought a Nintendo console since the Gamecube but my mom still calls them Nintendos
@Mr Doctor Professor, -in historian voice- people called it pop to begin with due to the fact that the carbonation in it creates a "popping" sensation in your mouth. Now it's more considered a northerners thing. They call it pop. (Generally I have northern friends. They say it's called pop up there).
@Mr Doctor Professor, or calling all tissues Kleenex, or, when you go to make a copy of something, saying you're going to Xerox it.
@Mr Doctor Professor, Uhm. Okay. And before you actually say anything. I wanna say that I have no idea about that being the reason it's called pop. I was more joking. But hey "the more useless things you know"
@wolflover3561, yeah, sorry, that was an accident. Apparently my comment about it being an accident didn't post. Haha.
He's not wrong though
Pop is listening to pop
I'm from Western New York and everbody calls it pop
@rattpack , my buffalo brother!
Ba dum tss
His face tells me he's just done
Pop music cooorrrraaaalll
He's sodumb....... Alright don't shoot me I'm leaving!
I'm going to drown myself.