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    Do you refer to your night meal as supper or dinner? I have always called it supper.


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    Originally posted by Denver Native
    Do you refer to your night meal as supper or dinner? I have always called it supper.
    Dinner......
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    • #3
      dinner....
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      • #4
        This is a question that made me say "See I Told You!"

        I grew up back in Cincinnati OH and Lexington KY and we always called it supper.

        After we moved to Colorado and beyond, everyone calls it dinner which is what I have referred to is ever since. Whenever I said supper people would say huh?

        Same with soda. We always called it pop.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69
          This is a question that made me say "See I Told You!"

          I grew up back in Cincinnati OH and Lexington KY and we always called it supper.

          After we moved to Colorado and beyond, everyone calls it dinner which is what I have referred to is ever since. Whenever I said supper people would say huh?

          Same with soda. We always called it pop.
          I have lived in Colorado all of my life, and I have always said supper & pop.


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          Rest in Peace - Darrent (27) and Damien (29

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69
            This is a question that made me say "See I Told You!"

            I grew up back in Cincinnati OH and Lexington KY and we always called it supper.

            After we moved to Colorado and beyond, everyone calls it dinner which is what I have referred to is ever since. Whenever I said supper people would say huh?

            Same with soda. We always called it pop.
            I always say 'pop' and I hate it when people try and correct you and say 'soda'.


            Everyone in Montana says pop...don't correct me
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Denver Native
              I have lived in Colorado all of my life, and I have always said supper & pop.
              I always thought it was a geographical thing but you have proved me wrong. Interesting.

              Here's to having pop with our supper.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69
                I always thought it was a geographical thing but you have proved me wrong. Interesting.

                Here's to having pop with our supper.
                I think most natives here call it supper and pop. Maybe you ran into people who moved here.

                Yes - Here's to having pop with our supper


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                • #9
                  My parents call it food

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by xX-Bronco-Xx
                    My parents call it food


                    I suppose that covers it.
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                    • #11
                      I call it supper and soda pop.

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                      • #12
                        I say dinner and usually just the name of the soda I want/am having... If using Soda pop in a sentence, I just use soda. Born and raised in Houston, Texas.

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                        • #13
                          I say Pop and Dinner.

                          I guess it is a Utah thing!


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                          • #14
                            I say all sorts off stuff...

                            Breakfast, dinner, supper.

                            Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

                            Pop and Soda (pop because my folks are from Iowa, and I was born there, soda from growing up in Colorado)

                            One thing I will NOT say is this... (tned can confirm)

                            In Arkansas everything is Coke.

                            Someone asks...

                            Them ~ "Do you wanna Coke?"
                            Me ~ "Ok."
                            Them ~ "What kind?"
                            Me ~ HUH?!?!?!?!?!

                            In Arkansas, (and I am sure other places), everything is Coke. Sprite is Coke, Fanta is a Coke. Soda in general is referred to as Coke whether it actually is a Coke or not... wierd.


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                            • #15
                              The South Vs the North, yes....so true.

                              When I spent time down near Perdido bay, Alabama/Florida...

                              I'd order an Ice Tea...it would come sweetened...which is sinful to me.

                              I'd order a pop and they'd go "huh?" Then I'd order a Coke and they'd say

                              "what kind?" (like BCF said). But often I'd forget and ask for Pop.

                              I'd order fries and get hushpuppies.
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