When you’re traveling around the country and you pull into the local diner, how do you answer when the waitress asks you if you’d like a Coke?
Do you assume that she’s asking you if you actually would like a Coca-Cola product, or do you think she’s referring to any beverage generically as “Coke”? For some, a pop is a soda. For others, a soda is a pop.
It all depends on where you lived and how you grew up. So let’s find out how you feel about the following products. What do YOU call them?
- Carbonated beverage: Coke, Pop, Soda? (Why not check out the POP VS SODA page and cast your vote?)
- Deli sandwich: Hoagie, grinder, hero, sub?
- Breakfast griddle cake: flapjack or pancake?
- Water fountain: drinking fountain, water fountain, bubbler?
- Ice cream topping: jimmies or sprinkles?
- Sofa, davenport, couch?
- The inside of a peach: pit, kernel, seed?
- Candy on a stick: lollipop or sucker?
- Lightning Bugs or Fireflies?
- Are your children fat? Blame all that soda you’re feeding them
- Hungry? Why not have an insanewich (when a sandwich just isn’t enough)
- The Deli Man. It’s all about the food.
- What sandwich best defines your state?
- Nobody wants those traditional giant sandwiches at Jewish delis anymore
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