becaue it softens your tooth enamel

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As opposed to hard drinks/alcohol. Sounds logical that it might have started during the temperance movement, urging people to find a substitute for hard liquor. Though the fact most sodas started as health "tonics" with things like cocaine in them, not sure if they were all that soft to start with.

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I guess back in the day they only had two kinds of bottled drinks, alcohol and soda. Alcohol was considered a hard drink and soda was a soft drink.

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Oh, okay, so it's specifically bottled drinks? That makes more sense then.

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I have no clue, I totally pulled that out of thin air. I'm only guessing.

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Oh, haha. Well, it kind of makes sense.

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because there is no liquor in it...yet :-p

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moonshine

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Why is it call soda pop in the 1st place.in <br />
Ireland we just call the drink by it name e.g coke is coke.if we are compare tham to alcohol drinks we than called them minerials

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"Soft drinks"are what they are usually called in Australia,the word "soda" is sometimes used,but "pop" never is.

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Milk and water are totally different., Soft drinks have sugar in them. If you add liquer to them they are no longer a soft drink.

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Did you see my story? I figured out why. here it is:<br />
One afternoon in 1887, three guys were sitting around. They were drinking soda. Then one of the guys.............. THROWS IT AT HIS HEAD! And it was soft and didn't hurt. THE END

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It hurts much less than having a brick thrown at you.

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no booze

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