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In Alabama they say, "Hey, you want a coke?" meaning do you want a soda/soft drink. After you answer in the affirmative the next statement will be, "Well, we got 7 Up, Co-cola, Pepsi, and root beer."
I was disappointed that there wasn't an inset for the R-O-C Co-cola/Moon Pie Confederation. It would be centered on my grandmother's house.
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I'd have to agree with a few other opinions.. This is completely wrong. I'm from New England, and grew up calling it soda or tonic. In the military, when I was sent down to Georgia and asked for tonic, I was sent to the hair care isle.
Good idea, but not accurate...
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