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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Mem, Aug 15, 2007.
I don't understand the question...
Neither do I.
You have to answer the poll.
what is there not to understand?
Theres no explanation, it looks like you spit out a bunch of random words, and then gave it a bad name with a "?" emote.
I assume you want to know "Do you say "Pop" or "Soda" or "something else"? and it follows the same system for the other 2 "topics".
You call cola sprite?
Where did you mention cola in the question?
Well here in North Carolina we call Coke, Coke, and if we are having a Pepsi we call it Pepsi.
So of the three choices Soda , Pop, or Other I said Other.
sneakers are shoes,
i call all soda pepsi pretty much:wink:
I live in the South. All soft drinks down here are 'coke.'
I hate the word hoagie----I moved from Brooklyn to the pa sticks as a teenager and all the hicks said things like Pop and Hoagie. It made me feel as tho I was in a hardy boy paperback. We can sneak some Pop down at the olde saw mill if pa does not find us,maybe we will find ole doc pritchards boy down there and he'll let us diddle him.
This thread is already hilarious! LOL
I didn't vote on the subs/hoagies one, b/c I couldn't figure when I use the term outside talking about Subway. Then, I realized I call them all sandwiches (I even call Subway sandwiches "sandwiches").
So, the poll's missing an "other" vote. Forgive me...I can be slow.
I call soda "soda". I was grown before I realized root beer was soda. In my life, there had always been: soda and root beer. They were completely different entitities.
Sneakers are tennis shoes. Everyone knows that. LOL
least you don't call it "rut beer"
Running shoes are called sneakers as well. (Basically any athletic shoe without cleats) Squeakers, when wet.
Coke, anything else is just pop.
Tennis shoes, subs, and sodas.
Sneakers, Hoagie, Soda
I love that about the south! :smile:
Tenna-shoes and sody-pop, didn't grow up with oversized sandwiches.
tenni-shoes (silent S) or trainers
subs if they're real subs. otherwise, sammiches.
i grew up in california and it was always soda.
i've lived in texas for 7 years and I now hear myself say, "D'ya want a coke? What kind?"