6 Pack of cans of pop £1 @ Lidl
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6 Pack of cans of pop £1 @ Lidl

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Found 20th Aug 2009Made hot 20th Aug 2009
There are 6 pack of cans at Lidl for £1 there is

Apple Tango
Orange Tango
Pepsi
Pepsi max

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got some the othere day, great price:)

Nice one!

Want to know something?. My great Auntie won a competition in the 50's to think of a name for the new carbonated drinks. She invented "POP". Impressed?.

Bargain! Will pop there tomorrow night. See what i did there? no? okay.

[SIZE="2"]Great price but you can get 8 cans for 99p from the 99p store!

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Haha i voted hot just cause the title says pop

clint thrust;6068310

Want to know something?. My great Auntie won a competition in the 50's to … Want to know something?. My great Auntie won a competition in the 50's to think of a name for the new carbonated drinks. She invented "POP". Impressed?.



Northerners like me call it pop. I used to get slaughtered for asking for pop when working in London. I don't think your great auntie invented the word and if you say she did then the competition organisers presumabley informed us all to use it. My parents have always used this word and were never imformed it had been invented. :thumbsup:

PS it's an abbreviation of the American term "soda pop" so I'm told.

scunny;6068776

Northerners like me call it pop. I used to get slaughtered for asking for … Northerners like me call it pop. I used to get slaughtered for asking for pop when working in London. I don't think your great auntie invented the word and if you say she did then the competition organisers presumabley informed us all to use it. My parents have always used this word and were never imformed it had been invented. :thumbsup:PS it's an abbreviation of the American term "soda pop" so I'm told.



my great uncle's best mate's father in law's friend's niece once won a competition in the US to think of a name for carbonated drinks. She was the one who thought up "soda pop"

The term soda pop has been used in the US and Canada for a very long time.

I already mentioned this in another thread yesterday, only mentioned the Pepsi though.

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horsepills;6070681

my great uncle's best mate's father in law's friend's niece once won a … my great uncle's best mate's father in law's friend's niece once won a competition in the US to think of a name for carbonated drinks. She was the one who thought up "soda pop"



LOL :-D :-D :-D

horsepills;6070681

my great uncle's best mate's father in law's friend's niece once won a … my great uncle's best mate's father in law's friend's niece once won a competition in the US to think of a name for carbonated drinks. She was the one who thought up "soda pop"



My great great great uncle's brother's great great grandson, once won a competition in Switzerland to think of a name for a chemical element with the symbol C and the atomic number 6. He was the one who thought up "carbon".

Voted cold cause of the word pop.

Rich-G;6079414

Voted cold cause of the word pop.



^^this, it should be "ginger".
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