What do you guys call fizzy drinks in your country? Im from England and call it pop?


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  • I am from the United States. People called it tonic way back then, and once Coke came along it was such a common soda that people just used the word "cola" to refer to any carbonated drink.
    Nowadays we call it soda.
    Restaurants call them fountain drinks or soft drinks.

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  • "pop', 'Soda' or 'Soda-pop', in the US, depending on the region. Some places just call it 'Coke'.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • "Läsk". Describes any sugary, carbonated drink.

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What Guys Said 9

  • I'd just refer to it by its brand, I don't think i have ever called it 'pop' or 'soda', Id just say like 'lemonade' or 'coke' etc.

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  • Läsk in Sweden. It's called that literally everywhere in me country so no confusing differences like the US. Even thought its Swedish and not English...

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  • In Ireland it's fizzy drink
    In Philippines it is soft drinks

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  • Soda or carbonated substances (I live in Florida)

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  • Usually soda or pop. Sometimes coke.

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  • soda

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  • Coke or pop but most people say coke.

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    • Even if its lemonade or orange?

    • We call that Fanta. Not sure. Fanta is a drink that ha different flavors. We just call it Orange Fanta or lemonade

  • Pop or Soda.

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  • soda

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What Girls Said 4

  • "Brus." That's the general Norwegian name for sweetened carbonated drinks.

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  • Pop, fizzy drink, soft drink, (England)

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  • Soda

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  • soda pop
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    ~ Mrs Manson

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