Hot water. It’s a cultural thing… Photo: Thinkstock
My name is Mijune, and I’m a hot water addict
Leave me alone! I enjoy hot water, okay? With or without the lemon!
Actually, I probably enjoy it more without the lemon. Blame it on age (although I’m not retired yet), or the fact that I’m Chinese (yes, I am a “fake Korean”… Pak is just a really rare last name for Chinese people), but I honestly love hot water. I never understood it before, but I get it now.
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It’s a Chinese Thing!! Can’t believe you wrote an article about it… LOL!! I have a thermal mug filled with hot water at all times when I’m at home.
I’ve heard there is a “12-Cup” program you can join to achieve recovery and sobriety 😉
I’ve heard there is a “12-Cup” recovery program you can join to achieve sobriety. Tea bags may be involved, ‘tho 😉
I think this is common with the older Chinese generation where tap water was unsafe to drink. Therefore, water is always boiled beforehand or you drink tea.
I love hot water too. I’m the only one out of all my friends, and yes, I’m Chinese.
Hawksworth charges $4 for hot water, but doesn’t mention anything when you order it. It comes with a jar of lemon juice with an artificial taste and honey, both of which were not mentioned when ordering.