Date: Thu, 14 Dec 1995 10:52:51 -0600 From: Miriam Meyers Subject: Re: pop and soda I grew up in Atlanta (b. 1941), and we all said Co-cola. I no longer live in the South, no longer say Co-cola, but it is very much my native dialect. >Sorry this is late with regards to this topic, but I'm catching up with my >mail after the end of the semester rush. > >How many southerners out there use the term "Co-cola" in re to Coke. Not >Coca-cola, but Co-cola. I find a lot of my older friends and relatives, >folks who grew up in the 30s and 40s use this term. Is it just an NC thing. > >Curious. >Bob Miriam Meyers Metropolitan State University mmeyers[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]