Face it, you are all wrong. It isn't Pop, even though some people like calling it that (and in my opinion, that's perfectly fine) and it isn't called "Soda" for the reasons you may think it is. Soda, Pop, or Soda Pop, was named "Soda" due to it's chief ingredient: Sodium Bicarbonate, which is a soluble, crystalline form of Carbon. Now, they decided "Soda" because it is easier to say "Hand me a soda" than it is to say "Hand me a Sodium Bicarbonate soft drink." Some people started calling it "Pop" because of the popping noise that occurs when a can or bottle is opened, or because of the popping noises that the bubbles make.
In all honesty, I don't care if you say Soda, Pop, or Soda Pop; it really depends on where you grew up, or how informed you are. Please just stop the quarrels; some are funny, but most are just retards being bitches.
by Ushatek July 17, 2013
The correct term for a carbonated drink, not that bullshit name, "pop." This ain't 1950.
Man, I sure do love soda. And not pop. What's pop? Who says that? I don't.
by Relaxed William May 30, 2014
a very hot person, and MUCH cooler than those other bitches.
“hey, whos that?”
“thats soda, that sexy bastard is so swaggy....”
by P1ush13.B4b3 April 17, 2021
Japanese Description: “That’s right” in Japanese

English Description: Something that makes any meal perfect according to Ronald McDonald
Japanese Person 1: “You were the one that took the time out of their day to make this?”
Japanese Person 2: “Soda

Drive thru Person: “Anything else with the meal tonight?”
Person: “Can I get a soda with that please?”
by Stinky Potato June 5, 2021
The improper term for Pop.
my friend: "Hey, give me a Soda!"

me: You mean Pop, right?
by Piranha October 31, 2007
A word used most people in Connecticut and many other parts of the U.S. for a carbonated beverage.
If you use the word 'Soda' chances are you're a 40 year old virgin who still lives with his geriatric mother and watches anime like Bottle Fairy or Bubblegum Crisis.


A girl who drinks can beverages with a straw and wears ugg boots, cooch clingers, and other various furry clothing accessories.
by Smokie Winston November 30, 2005