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Soda, Pop, or Coke
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What do you call Sugared Carbonated Beverages?
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coke.
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what about soft drinks?
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habercrombie wrote:

what about soft drinks?


This is to test dialect.


If you use 'Soda', for example, you are most likely to live in either the East or the West. Thus, seperating you geographically, it also allows for people to accurately predict your political leanings, based now upon Geographical area. So, looking at the map, if you use the word Coke, you most likely live in the south and have Republican leanings.
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orangeflute wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

what about soft drinks?


This is to test dialect.


If you use 'Soda', for example, you are most likely to live in either the East or the West. Thus, seperating you geographically, it also allows for people to accurately predict your political leanings, based now upon Geographical area. So, looking at the map, if you use the word Coke, you most likely live in the south and have Republican leanings.


I know, but i was asking why soft drinks was not also part of the list. I know a great deal of people who called this kind of drink a soft drink.
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habercrombie wrote:


orangeflute wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

what about soft drinks?


This is to test dialect.


If you use 'Soda', for example, you are most likely to live in either the East or the West. Thus, seperating you geographically, it also allows for people to accurately predict your political leanings, based now upon Geographical area. So, looking at the map, if you use the word Coke, you most likely live in the south and have Republican leanings.


I know, but i was asking why soft drinks was not also part of the list. I know a great deal of people who called this kind of drink a soft drink.


I really don't know.
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haha.. anyway, interesting thread
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orangeflute wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

what about soft drinks?


This is to test dialect.


If you use 'Soda', for example, you are most likely to live in either the East or the West. Thus, seperating you geographically, it also allows for people to accurately predict your political leanings, based now upon Geographical area. So, looking at the map, if you use the word Coke, you most likely live in the south and have Republican leanings.


Yes to living in the south and saying coke, but thank God not a republican.
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What's the difference?
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25 / F / Mongolia
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coke for sure
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23 / F / demon world/spiri...
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soda
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F / Canada
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Soda
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not where you are
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Hey people in Arizona mostly say pop ..or at least the people I've been around
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MCMXCI wrote:


orangeflute wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

what about soft drinks?


This is to test dialect.


If you use 'Soda', for example, you are most likely to live in either the East or the West. Thus, seperating you geographically, it also allows for people to accurately predict your political leanings, based now upon Geographical area. So, looking at the map, if you use the word Coke, you most likely live in the south and have Republican leanings.


Yes to living in the south and saying coke, but thank God not a republican.


The Good folks of the south tend to have Republican leanings overall.
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This is sad! More people are intrested in regional terms for sugared Carbonated breverage than a possible Lim-Dem Tory Coalition.
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