There seems to be some confusion in this list, I am from Tennessee but I have lived in the north (Seattle) and I now live in northern Europe (the Netherlands). The photo accompanying the item about lines… first off no one in Seattle said “on line”, they said “in line”, and back to the photo, that isn’t in America, the north or the south, that is in Europe, look at the zig zag line on the street and the guy carrying the Lidl bag, Lidl doesn’t have any stores in the US!. Ice in drinks, I have never been anywhere in America that didn’t put ice in drinks, sure, here in Europe ice is rare, because people don’t want to pay that much for water that just makes their drink taste weaker when their drink is already quite cold, but in America? Please. Also go to many areas in North Carolina and you will find that Pepsi is very popular, at least as popular as Coke and Pepsi was invented in New Bern North Carolina, it is just as southern as Coke, even if we call Pepsi… well, Coke. Whoever came up with this, all I can say is, bless your heart.