Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by CoralFang**, Apr 21, 2018.
hahaha they're not soft at all, thats just silly. I'm not calling them that
Or fountain drinks. Although, they don't come out of a drinking fountain, although, it would be cool if, say, Cherry Coke came out of your library's water fountain, wouldn't you say?
I've never heard it referred as fountain drinks before, what sense does that make?
Because restaurants use soda fountains to pour the drinks
Yes, I sometimes enjoy a soda pop.
I want to see you lick a lollipop.
I don’t. The gas just builds up in my intestines until it hurts
@mikeconley11 don't you call juice "squash" or something even more dumb?
My dad calls milk cow juice
That is just ridiculous
I've never said it, that's probably Australia
Non-alcoholic concentrated syrup doesn't sound like juice to me
I agree. Silly Canadians.
What do Canadians call juice? juice
Different parts of the country call soft drinks pop, soda pop, soft drinks, soda... that’s the problem with a country that’s spread out like we are. Driving from Victoria, BC to Charlottetown PEI is 6000km
No, I do not drink a music genre.
I’m going to drink a 7up
There’s a weird fact, most pop companies make both a cola and a clear soda, in the US, Pepsi makes Pepsi and Sierra Mist, Coca-Cola makes Coke and Sprite, and Dr. Pepper makes Dr Pepper and 7-up
In Canada Coke and Sprite are still Coke products, but Dr Pepper and 7-up are both Pepsi products, they don’t have Sierra Mist here, apparently they prefer 7-up to their own drink
rarely , like maybe once every couple of months.
Are you saying that we should start making moonshine soda because **** big, commercial corporations?
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