Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Marzie, Mar 24, 2020.
I always call it Coke because that is my go to in terms of Soft Drinks.
Well I never really call it "soda" or "pop". However, were I'm from "pop" would be the correct term. But, same as @Exclipse I just call it "coke".
I don't call it soda or pop, its either "fizzy drink" or "juice" to me.
I'm from the North-East so supposedly most people use the term "pop" Personally, I never hear the term pop used, and we don't usually use "soda" either. Where I live we usually call it "soft-drink" instead of soda or pop. I think that soft drink sounds nicer than both to be honest. Though, if I had to say which one I hear more often it's definitely soda. To answer the question at hand, I'd have to say that I hear soda more, but again, we use the term "soft-drink" like x10 more than soda or pop.
About half of the people here in the southern part of Indiana call it "Pop" Very rarely I will call it that but most of the time I just keep things simple and call it a drink. But there are some people here that call it "Soda Pop."
Pop sounds very foreign to me. Although I do say soda sometimes, it's very uncommon. I'm from Australia, so as @Grandmaster said, we say "soft drink". I have no idea why. I also say "coke" to basically every fizzy/soda/pop/soft drink, except Pepsi, because it's uhh different?
It's called SODA duhhhhh..
This is a very debatable question and I like it!
I live in NYC and I call just call it soda because I think pop just sounds a bit weird.
I look forward to seeing other people’s answers to this amazing question!
My experience with this situation is actually quite mixed. My grandparents call it pop whilst I call it soda. More than likely its just me, but maybe the terminology is based on the age demographic? I haven't been able to find a chart that displays this, but if anybody does please post it!