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(Eat This Not That)   Not news: drinking pop is bad for your general health. News: drinking pop could lead to rheumatoid arthritis. Fark: the inevitable debate over "pop" vs "soda" in the comments to the right   (eatthis.com) divider line
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2021-02-27 8:51:40 AM  
Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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2021-02-27 8:54:29 AM  
Texas: all soft drinks are Coke, unless it's a DrPepper

"You wanna coke?"
"Sure, what kinds ya got?"
 
2021-02-27 8:56:09 AM  
Pop? Soda? Do you mean a glass of fizzy?
 
2021-02-27 8:58:54 AM  

Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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What sort of dweeb-ass motherf*cker calls it "soft drink"?
 
2021-02-27 9:00:09 AM  
"diabeetus juice".
 
2021-02-27 9:02:29 AM  

Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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looks like Missouri is giving Illinois a UFIA
 
2021-02-27 9:11:37 AM  

ThomasPaineTrain: What sort of dweeb-ass motherf*cker calls it "soft drink"?


Apparently the people in coastal North Carolina, judging from the map. But they're weird anyway, they eat vinegar-based barbecue sauce. What can you say about such people?
 
2021-02-27 9:33:59 AM  
"We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"
 
2021-02-27 9:40:31 AM  
Pork Roll
 
2021-02-27 10:04:37 AM  

edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"


Article contradicts headline. I think someone once wrote a book that had that as a topic in it... some guy named Curtis or something.
 
2021-02-27 10:12:33 AM  
"are oh see co-cola"

(Thanks, Brother Dave)
 
2021-02-27 10:13:25 AM  
"Pop" sounds terrible to my Suthun sensibilities.  On the other hand, Suthun sensibilities largely got us into the political mess we're in now.

So I welcome our popoverlords.
 
2021-02-27 10:41:04 AM  

baka-san: Texas: all soft drinks are Coke, unless it's a DrPepper

"You wanna coke?"
"Sure, what kinds ya got?"


How's that work elsewhere?

At the bar:
"Gimme a Bud"
"What kind?"
"Guinness, please."

At the convenience store:
"Gimme a pack of Camels"
"What kind?"
"Marlboro, please."

At the pet store:
"I would like to buy a dog."
"What kind?"
"I have a saltwater tank."
 
2021-02-27 11:01:57 AM  

Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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And apparently nobody calls it anything in Lexington, Kentucky, the southern part of West Virginia, the middle of Indiana, and the Oklahoma panhandle.
 
2021-02-27 11:23:47 AM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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looks like Missouri is giving Illinois a UFIA

 carbonated colonic

FTFY
 
2021-02-27 11:26:14 AM  
It's 'tonic' if you're from the north shore above Boston.
 
2021-02-27 11:58:41 AM  

Garza and the Supermutants: tonic


Was just coming here to say tonic. Not just a North Shore thing - my parents were from Hyde Park and brought it with them to MetroWest.
 
2021-02-27 12:05:02 PM  
Tonic.
 
2021-02-27 12:20:31 PM  

Driver: whyRpeoplesostupid: Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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looks like Missouri is giving Illinois a UFIA  carbonated colonic

FTFY


carbocolo
 
2021-02-27 12:29:07 PM  

colinspooky: Pop? Soda? Do you mean a glass of fizzy?


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2021-02-27 12:53:48 PM  
Nobody ever orders a scotch and pop.
 
2021-02-27 12:55:30 PM  
Grew up with "coke" being the ubiquitous name. Like kleenex.
I'm a little more cultured now. Now it's "what's on tap"
 
2021-02-27 12:56:28 PM  

Bukharin: Nobody ever orders a scotch and pop.


But everyone orders a gin and tonic. And a bourbon and coke. And not to forget:

The Andrews Sisters - Rum And Coca-Cola 1944
Youtube WiayZdPESno
 
2021-02-27 1:02:08 PM  

Winterlight: Bukharin: Nobody ever orders a scotch and pop.

But everyone orders a gin and tonic. And a bourbon and coke. And not to forget:

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/WiayZdPE​Sno]


I really like the electro-swing version of that tune.

Tim Tim - Rum'n'cocacola (Shake It Up Well)
Youtube 3v0ValW8Yqg
 
2021-02-27 1:09:07 PM  
Soft Drink

Here in Kentucky, I've never heard it referred to any other way.
 
2021-02-27 1:12:28 PM  

edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"


This, goddamn it.

It's bad enough we keep putting this shiat up in the Food tab, but, in the farking STEM tab, too?
 
2021-02-27 1:14:41 PM  

FormlessOne: edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"

This, goddamn it.

It's bad enough we keep putting this shiat up in the Food tab, but, in the farking STEM tab, too?


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2021-02-27 1:14:52 PM  
Seriously, "Eat This Not That" can fark off. Tired of seeing their half-assed claims & spurious bullshiat presented as though it was factual.

Farking site should have a disclaimer which reads "Content presented by this website is for entertainment purposes only, and should not be construed as journalism, research, or facts."
 
2021-02-27 1:16:13 PM  

Man On A Mission: FormlessOne: edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"

This, goddamn it.

It's bad enough we keep putting this shiat up in the Food tab, but, in the farking STEM tab, too?

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Fark that. This shiat keeps showing up in the Food tab, where we spend time tearing it apart, and that's fine - but, in the STEM tab, where we're supposed to be looking at, y'know, science?

I want to stare at Science's ass as it walks by, not yell at this kind of shiat standing where Science should be standing while it catcalls & touches itself.
 
2021-02-27 1:16:48 PM  

FormlessOne: Farking site should have a disclaimer which reads "Content presented by this website is for entertainment purposes only, and should not be construed as journalism, research, or facts."


So should Fark, now that I think about it.
 
2021-02-27 1:17:30 PM  

FormlessOne: Man On A Mission: FormlessOne: edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"

This, goddamn it.

It's bad enough we keep putting this shiat up in the Food tab, but, in the farking STEM tab, too?

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Fark that. This shiat keeps showing up in the Food tab, where we spend time tearing it apart, and that's fine - but, in the STEM tab, where we're supposed to be looking at, y'know, science?

I want to stare at Science's ass as it walks by, not yell at this kind of shiat standing where Science should be standing while it catcalls & touches itself.


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2021-02-27 1:18:48 PM  
I was at a restaurant in Dixie and asked for a pop, she didn't understand, soda waitress brought me a coke.
 
2021-02-27 1:23:19 PM  
Shoot, a fella code have a pretty good weekend in Las Vegas with a case of sarsaparilla and a sheet of acid.
 
2021-02-27 1:26:17 PM  
Soda water.

A sody, for short.

/  old Texas rednecks used to call it that
 
2021-02-27 1:27:30 PM  
did they put the cocaine back in yet?
 
2021-02-27 1:41:40 PM  
Carbonated softdrink beverage.
 
2021-02-27 1:47:27 PM  

Man On A Mission: edmo: "We would not say soda would definitely lead to [an] increased risk of RA no matter how often people drink [it],"

Article contradicts headline. I think someone once wrote a book that had that as a topic in it... some guy named Curtis or something.


Tl;dr Article seems to say that too much sugar is bad for you, not specifically soda. But you have to read 2/3 of the way down until they get to that point.
 
2021-02-27 2:20:59 PM  
I never use any generic term anyway. I really only drink Coke or 7up, so I ask for them by name.
 
2021-02-27 2:21:45 PM  
While the study just focused on people who consume high amounts of sugar in soft drinks, I'd be interested to see if associations could be made between diet sodas and autoimmune diseases.

Speaking as someone with autoimmune inflammatory issues that Doctors still can't exactly nail down (I have several genetic markers and experience chronic back pain, but my imaging doesn't show much), I have recently begun to realize that drinking anything with aspartame used as a sweetener generally increases the likelihood that my pain will be worse the following days.
 
2021-02-27 2:24:50 PM  
The people who call it 'pop' wouldn't have annoyed me half as much if they weren't so insistent on correcting me when I used an alternate term. Every time, in an extremely condescending tone, "it's pop."

/Tell me what I should call my drink one more time and I'll show you a 'pop'
 
2021-02-27 2:26:17 PM  
Soda! And if you disagree, I will Pop you upside your head.
:)
 
2021-02-27 2:32:20 PM  
Won't you gentlemen have a Pepsi?
 
2021-02-27 2:32:59 PM  
Cherry Soda Daddies was a cool band.
 
2021-02-27 2:40:33 PM  

offacue: Pork Roll


wiener dog


short shorts
 
2021-02-27 3:05:46 PM  
Not reading comments.

It is "soda" - QED
 
2021-02-27 3:15:06 PM  
Wait, is the CO2 the problem? Or the sugar?

If the sugar, yeah, well, it's another sugar is bad article.

Sugar is bad.

If it's the CO2, then that's beers, sparkling wines and a lot of cocktails.
 
2021-02-27 3:22:51 PM  

Martian_Astronomer: Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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And apparently nobody calls it anything in Lexington, Kentucky, the southern part of West Virginia, the middle of Indiana, and the Oklahoma panhandle.


We called everything Coke in southern Wv
 
2021-02-27 3:37:02 PM  
Religious scolds and health nuts can find common ground in hating soft drinks
 
2021-02-27 3:45:05 PM  

Martian_Astronomer: Man On A Mission: Subby forgot the third alternative: "Coke" (or rather, "cocola").

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And apparently nobody calls it anything in Lexington, Kentucky, the southern part of West Virginia, the middle of Indiana, and the Oklahoma panhandle.


None of those places can afford one, so they don't have a name for it.
 
2021-02-27 3:52:05 PM  

darklingscribe: While the study just focused on people who consume high amounts of sugar in soft drinks, I'd be interested to see if associations could be made between diet sodas and autoimmune diseases.

Speaking as someone with autoimmune inflammatory issues that Doctors still can't exactly nail down (I have several genetic markers and experience chronic back pain, but my imaging doesn't show much), I have recently begun to realize that drinking anything with aspartame used as a sweetener generally increases the likelihood that my pain will be worse the following days.


When I resort to having to drink my wife's diet soda, it gives me hiccups within 2 swallows. Could be aspartame or splenda. I don't like hiccups, so I don't drink it much.
 
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