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|1||by it's name or "Drink"|
|1||carbonated sugar water|
|1||This is the proper truth- POP is used when referring to the past/present tense, as in "I drank too much Pop/I am drinking Pop." SODA is used when referring to the future tense as in "Would you like a Soda/I will have a Soda/Grab me a Soda." and COKE is used when referring to any Cola based drink regardless of brand (ie. Pepsi, RC, Like, Shasta, etc.)|
|1||It is pop unless the drink is grape or orange flavored, then those to are soda|
|1||My mother always called it 'beer' even though she never drank beer being Mormon and all. I never asked why.|
|1||"Spicy Juice" but hey, I'm only 3 years old. My mom grew up in Mass and she used to say "tonic", now her and daddy both say "soda"|
|1||All of them|
|1||Beverage of choice|
|1||"A drink" (or specific name Coke, Nehi, root beer [we made our own], Orange, etc.|
|1||Does this thing still update?|
|1||Soda Pop Or I callit by the name of the Soda|
Statistics last generated: Thu May 23 00:06:42 2013 Pacific Time