As long as we are on the topic, people who aren't around the Great Lakes might not understand this, but does anyone else notice how much different pop from the south tastes compared to pop from up here. I like Pepsi better then Coke, but I would rather have a Coke from up here then a Pepsi from down south, the pop just tastes funny. I think it's because we have cleaner water, thanks to the Great Lakes.
I've lived on both coasts and as I've noticed over the years, this poll is pretty accurate in concluding it's: Pop in the northeast and Soda in the southwest. Then there was my dad in Upstate NY that called it Soda pop.
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PackerAttack84 wrote:I think it's because we have cleaner water, thanks to the Great Lakes.
Those big ol' things aren't as clean as you'd like to think.... and hope
I was boating up in Door County which is north of Green Bay, we were out on Lake Michigan and it was probably 25-35 feet deep, and you could see the bottom easily. The water way up north is very clean.