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View Poll Results: To you, what does the word soda mean?
A carbonated soft drink like Coke or Pepsi. 36 64.29%
Seltzer water 10 17.86%
Baking soda 6 10.71%
Something else (please explain) 4 7.14%
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Old 08-28-2006, 08:50 PM   #31
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Soda is a carbonted beverage, ie coke, pepsi, but I dont like those sodas, my choice is Polland spring sparkling water (carbonated flavored water).

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Old 08-28-2006, 09:13 PM   #32
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To me, soda is refering to coke or pepsi ... "Can you grab me a soda (diet coke)". Around here, if you want soda with your drink, it's "with charge water".

Originally Posted by BreezyCooking
...jelly doughnuts were called "Bismarcks"!! ...
Breezy, we grew up with them called Bismarcks too and my dad still advertises them as such from his grocery store bakery ... "Lemon filled Bismarks - 3 for $1.00" or "Cherry Bismark special this week". When I went to college, a roomie asked if I wanted a jelly donut and I had NO CLUE what she was talking about!

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