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|3||wiatt you fat lard|
|2||I say them all. My father is in the Coast Guard and we move around a lot--so I've grown up in the southeast, far south, and all the way up here in Alaska. Whatever I say usually reflects where I am--it's been 'pop' more recently, because we moved recently from Kentucky. And, besides--there are too many Coastie brats (children of Coast Guard members) running around for there to be a major preference for beverage terms here. Oh, did I mention?--I'm only 12 years old.|
|1||Brand name of drink|
|1||I live in minneapolis now and say POP but growing up in Anchorage, we said Fizzy. That's west anchorage of course, but still.|
|1||Name of brand|
|1||frozen flavored-water in a can|
|1||If I don't use the brand name I say coke. My parents are southern so that's what I grew up with. My kids used to say both pop and coke. Coke meant anything dark colored and pop was everything else.|
|1||CONFUSED CHICKEN LEG|
|1||As Cartman would say "I hate you guys...I hate you so very, very much!"|
|1||Just another survey that confirms people from the South are stupid (or "stoopid", for you Southerners)|
|1||I have realized that I often use both soda and pop depending on whether I am describing or asking that person to pick up a light soda or a dark pop.|
|1||Bloop Bloop Fizzy Nectar|
Statistics last generated: Sun Aug 30 00:02:40 2015 Pacific Time