Musings, Nits, and Praises: Soft Drink Vernacular

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Soft Drink Vernacular

I'd be interested to know how many folks from Maryland responded to this survey. I've always used "pop" when referring generically to soft drinks, but according to this survey, "soda" is the predominant term in my home state--I think there's just a hint of purple in Washington County, though.

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