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    Submitted by bigepro on Jan 30, 12 at 12:09am

    This is awesome because I call it pop here. It's a Minnesota thing.

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    Submitted by Luvvyboo2 on Jan 29, 12 at 2:36pm

    Maybe the drooling is why you're alone.....

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    Submitted by cfreymarc on Jan 30, 12 at 5:41am

    And out west it is soda.

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    Submitted by security24 on Jan 30, 12 at 9:08am

    It's definitely pop. "Soda" is a customizable drink that you get at a fountain in a 50's parlor. Coke is a name-brand or a drug.

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    Submitted by DipInMyLip on Jan 29, 12 at 9:02pm

    Agreed 3:27, wtf is "pop"? I drink Coke. Thank God I'm from the South.

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    Submitted by soccer360 on Jan 29, 12 at 9:13pm

    Thats's a bit discriminatory. Cultural differences. Coke is a shortened name for Coca-Cola. Referring a cola drink as a pop or even as a soda is more generic than Coke.

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      Submitted by reeln on Jan 30, 12 at 12:36pm

      .. stfu before you lower the grading curve on life

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    Submitted by zeebone on Jan 30, 12 at 12:19pm

    Thanks for the history lesson you fucking assclown

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    Submitted by DipInMyLip on Jan 29, 12 at 9:18pm

    Calling it soda is fair, but pop is a verb, not a drink. Coke is definitely more accurate when describing a carbonated beverage with flavored syrup.

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    Submitted by duckdown on Jan 29, 12 at 3:25pm

    sounds like you need to lay off the heroin.

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    Submitted by weberamanda on Jan 30, 12 at 1:19am

    It's a Minnesotan thang.

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    Submitted by TheWingMan on Jan 29, 12 at 3:27pm

    The only problem I see with this is calling it "pop."