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|8||U mad bro|
|2||Anything goes. Pop, soda, coke, soda pop, soft drink...|
|1||We used all three interchangeably|
|1||here, we use POP and SODA and COKE!|
|1||I normally use Coke, but if I go through the Drive-Thru, I use pop|
|1||what it is like Sprite|
|1||Something to drink|
|1||what ever i am buying example if i want a sprite i say sprite if i want a coke i say coke|
|1||brand name of i am drinking at that time.|
|1||brand name of product|
|1||the name of the drink|
|1||Soda-(or sodie) pop|
|1||any of the above|
|1||bubble water, underage whiskey, overpriced|
|1||Soda pop, pronounced as a single word despite the way it's written.|
|1||i hate drinking i am a alien from the future to suck the brains out of your "so called private area".BUT I WOULD CHOUSE SPRITE|
|1||I once drank a lot of carbonated beverage, then I burped so loud that a filling came out and I accidentally swallowed it and that hurt a lot. Now what was your question? Something about beer or something? Beer is pretty good I guess.|
|1||sodapop (my relatives from Arkansas said "sody-pop")|
|1||I've gone through stages, mostly depending on where I lived, where I have called it different things. Among the generic names I have used are, Pop - Anchorage Alaska, Soda - Southern California, and Coke - Norman Oklahoma|
|1||Cola flavored beverage|
|1||icy cold beverage|
|1||(Yes I am more worldly now, but AS A KID in central Oklahoma in the 60s, "soda" was the white stuff your mom put into cakes to make them rise, dummies! "Pop" was a fruit drink only, like grape pop or orange pop. "Coke" was the generic for soft drink, yes-- but of COURSE you didn't use it to be an idiot--you used it as a COLLECTIVE noun for a group, as in, “Hey, you wanna get a coke?" Also, as a teenager and new dater, you could ask a girl if she wanted to go on a COKE DATE--meaning, to the local drive-in or hamburger stand in broad daylight (usually) or at least in public, so a) don't expect too much on cost, and b) you can trust there's a lot of public and witnesses, so it'll be low-key. Great for younger teens and first dates. (Who ever heard of a “pop date”? (Later on, that would sound like you’re doin’ pills!) And re the metal left overs? “There's a pile a' coke cans over here.” Again you BAKE with soda, and POP was what the kids on TV from NY or LA said, so you knew it was obviously a fakey TV show.|
|1||Uncle Meatball's Wonder Tonic with a free swizzle stick for my Ultimate Bromance Lover Brad now drink it Fruity Pants|
|1||pop and coke|
Statistics last generated: Fri May 24 00:05:49 2013 Pacific Time