Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Soda vs. Pop.

I say soda. What do you say?


12 comments:

Nancela said...

Coke

Flynnur said...

This is pretty much the coolest blog entry, I love maps! And I'm curious about regional differences. Where do you find this stuff?

Amiee said...

Very interesting! Lots of people from my hometown in La. say "coke" for all sodas...down south Coke pretty much rules. But I think I have always said "soda."

eclaires said...

I can't remember how (or when, for that matter) I came across this, but I saved it because I found it so interesting. However, if you google soda vs. pop, you can find a lot of informal research like this. I just loved the map!

Flynnur said...

Yeah, in Kentucky everyone says "Coke." The map shows it's a Southern thing. I guess I've never really said soda or pop. Either I use "soft drink" or the name of whatever I intend to get (i.e., rootbeer, 7-Up, red creme soda).

Lydia said...

soda

Camille said...

I say a "refreshing beverage"

Kimberlee St. Clair said...

Definitely soda...and I grew up, well, everywhere.....

Becky said...

Soda

M said...

I don't know about anyone else, but I say carbonated beverage, but I think that I'm a little different than most.

KatelynFisherToys said...

Definitely soda. Love being from California. :)

dana said...

Thanks for blog-stalking us! and for showing your face :). This map is awesome. I'm with you...I say Soda. But then again, I am from the Western United States.
Happy New Year!
- Dana (and Casey)