A Twitter data scientist details how we refer to soda — er, pop — across the country.
Soda vs. Pop with Twitter - Edwin Chen’s Blog

A Twitter data scientist details how we refer to soda — er, pop — across the country.


Soda vs. Pop with Twitter - Edwin Chen’s Blog

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  10. thereelingnightshowhost reblogged this from npr and added:
    “Can I have a pop?” “You’re not from around here, are you.”
  11. companioncube76 reblogged this from howstuffworks and added:
    I’m always a bit amused when we hear the importance or using recent data, then a bunch of news is reported and and...
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  13. drunken-rambling reblogged this from npr and added:
    I grew up saying pop and switched to soda when I was nineteen or so
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  17. allyourlight reblogged this from talon and added:
    I call it Coke…just everything lol. ‘Cos I grew up in Texas -___-
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    ^
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    Love these!
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    And apparently, people east of California and west of Texas use hand gestures instead of words to request a...
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  29. punksailormoon reblogged this from forsciencejohn and added:
    I usually use pop, but I’ll use soda when talking about a particular flavor. Like grape. “Grape pop” just doesn’t sound...
  30. johnnarock reblogged this from npr and added:
    Pop is stronger than expected! I’m kind of sad it was phased out of my vocabulary. (I shake my fist at you, Florida!)
  31. live-volume-one reblogged this from vigilforafuddyduddy and added:
    One of those green dots in s.e. Colorado is from me.
  32. xan-der-shinywolf reblogged this from forsciencejohn and added:
    I tend to say the specific thing, like if I was having coke I would say coke, or lemonade I would say lemonade, but if I...
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  34. forsciencejohn reblogged this from anafieldelaunay and added:
    This is actually incredibly cool for no particular reason
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  36. pantsuitsforprogress reblogged this from npr and added:
    It’s clearly pop.