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o shit waddup south korea represent!!
Funny, when I was in Seoul last February that's exactly how everybody was dressed.
It's definitely "sweet tea" here in Georgia, and it has been my entire life. My father's generation also calls it sweet tea, and they're all born-and-raised-in-the-country Georgians (for reference, my dad's about 10 years younger than you).
That said, I suspect "tea" and "sweet tea" were probably more interchangeable, or synonymous, back in the day than they might be now, especially in the more urban parts of our fair Dixie. I'd guess you'd be much more likely to hear "sweet or unsweet" if you asked for "tea" in, say, Atlanta now than you would have been in 1970.
@MrG Gotcha it is more a regional thing than. I just had never run across it until just recently. I was in a restaurant in Bangkok Thailand ,way back when ,that had Louisiana prawns on the menu . I asked the waiter' what the hell is a prawn .I'm from louisiana and I never heard of a prawn"