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Old 04-15-2013, 08:44 AM   #51
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As a lad in North Carolina in the 50's and 60's, we called the stuff "soft drinks." It wasn't until later that we started to hear people talk about soda and, rarely, pop.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:50 AM   #52
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Soda.
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Coke. Then you have to specify what kind of Coke. As in:

Q: Hey, y'all want a Coke?
A1: Sure, I'll have a Dr. Pepper
A2: I'll have a Pepsi
A3: I'll have a Coke
A4: I'll have a 7 UP

Note A3...if you answer "Coke" to "what kind", that means you want an actual Coca Cola.
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In Pennsylvania, you can get Soda in most of the state, Pop in smaller sections and Soda-Pop in the North Eastern part of the state. I grew up drinking Pop in the Western part of PA.
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30 years ago when I was in Virginia, people did not even know what Vernors was. I will say Vernors since I am from Michigan!!!! I like the diet as well since I am a diabetic too!!
Being a diabetic myself, I found Canada Dry Diet Ginger Ale to be the best tasting sugar free soft drink on the market IMO.
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Being a diabetic myself, I found Canada Dry Diet Ginger Ale to be the best tasting sugar free soft drink on the market IMO.
Have you tried Diet Vernors?
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Being a diabetic myself, I found Canada Dry Diet Ginger Ale to be the best tasting sugar free soft drink on the market IMO.
I can bring some to Goshen if you are going!
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Have you tried Diet Vernors?
No I haven't. I have heard of Vernors, but don't believe it is widely known in this area. WIKI says it is very popular in Ohio, Michigan and Illnois.
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I can bring some to Goshen if you are going!
Thanks - I'll let you know.
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No I haven't. I have heard of Vernors, but don't believe it is widely known in this area. WIKI says it is very popular in Ohio, Michigan and Illnois.
Yes, I was developed in Detroit I think.
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