A bevy of cans throughout the 80s-90s (21 Photos)

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  • chiver

    I think you misunderstood when I asked for more photos of nice sets of cans

  • buttsnstuff

    Fuck pepsi, it's all about coke

  • powpow

    Where's the photo of the 1990's Pepsi "Sex" Cans with the subliminal message???

  • Stemi

    Just moved from Michigan to Florida.. driving everyone crazy down here calling it POP…
    soda is clear like seltzer.. or cleaning stains..

  • Giggity

    It's pop here in buffalo ny. In NYC I've heard it both ways but mostly soda.

    • Just A. Jason

      I'm in NYC a few times a week and I have never heard one person say "pop". You must have been in Times Square near all of the tourists.

  • BaconZombie

    Pop, definitely. Even though I live in the south now, and they call it soda. I grew up in western PA, and it was pop. Soda doesn't really exist anymore. Soda was what they called it decades ago when you'd go into a soda shop and get a "soda", which was flavored soda water. Calling everything Coke makes no sense, like people that call all lunch meat "ham". Then again, where did "Pop" come from? The sound of the can, or the sound of the bubbles popping?

    • 6_Crack_rocks

      It comes from the sound of the bubbles popping. They started calling it soda pop in the mid 1800s due to the sound the bubbles from the sodium bicarb would make.

  • @lackofabetter

    Pretty cool, but I still prefer the posts with the OTHER kind of cans

  • ILChiver

    Where's the old mt. dew cans?

  • http://www.facebook.com/brendan.nelson2 Brendan Nelson

    Chicago born and raised, always called it pop growing up. Now I use soda and pop about equally.

    I only call it Coke when it's actually Coke. That doesn't even make sense.

    "What kind of Coke would you like?"



  • Deeveeus

    East coaster from Canada here (Newfoundland) and we call it pop. Living in Calgary now, they call it pop too. Most of the Maritimes call it pop from what I know.

  • Ricky Ricardo

    No Surge cans? Boo, I miss that stuff—sugar water.

  • Mr. T

    Right, give me a Pepsi free. You want a pepsi, pal you're going to pay for it..

  • FreddyChiver

    I didn't realize it differed so much in America, I thought it was all soda. It's pop here in Atlantic Canada

  • mehburger

    I find the lack of Dr. Pepper in your post… disturbing. Only saw it twice. It's nectar of the Gods.

  • sjd

    Soda in NYC

  • Sally

    For sure Coke… pop and soda just sound funny <3 Texas

  • electric boogalo

    That's like $4.30 in recycling.

  • https://www.facebook.com/PokerPhreek Josh Luna

    #17 1FCK was given by coke that day…

  • Dan

    #13 easy to see why she didnt do "coke", ike woulda been all over that – see what i did there

  • abe froman

    "Tonic " in New Hampshire. Live freeze or die!

  • FoolOfATook

    Growing up a common conversation was
    "do you want a Coke?"
    "What kind?"

    And we didn't think it was weird at all.

  • Shannon

    I'm Canadian, we call it pop!

  • Parker

    Growing up:
    Coke = everything except Fanta or Sunkist (Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, Sprite, Mt Dew, etc…).
    Fanta/Sunkist = Orange Coke.

  • Just A. Jason

    "Coke" or "soda" is WAYYYY better than saying "pop". Pop is like saying "darn" instead of "damn". Just lame.

  • Loader

    Well since it has its specific name printed directly on it thats what it should be called! "coke" "pepsi" "sprite"………..etc!

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