|Phuket Island: Do you know the name of it?|
|Singapore (SG): Cokes|
What are you truly thirsty for? When you do drink it, did it quench your thirst? Did you need it? Did you want it? What do you drink most?
|South Korea: Delicious & like the original Sprite|
Well for some drinking water is a way of life or part of a diet for others it a need. How is water a need that means they cannot afford to buy drinks like Dr. Pepper, Coke, Pepsi, A&W Root Beer, IBC Root Beer or Beer or OceanSpray. For them it’s cost and they need to not buy it, it’s become their habit, their way of life. But stems from a need to avoid costs.
For some others many of drinking a sweet or beer or liquor is seen as a want. Many of us are familiar with this one the most and those of us remembering our childhood days or let loose our child side. Remember SixFlags or Disneyland and Disney World? Wants like drinking hot chocolate, drinking a cold beer, and drinking teh (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teh_tarik). Yes, that is one of my want drinks; especially for Singapore it has become one of my favorite hot drinks. The way they make tea with milk is not the same way made in America. I have had it from Thailand and Vietnam again it is not the same. But when you describe it, you can ask for teh or ask for “tea with milk, hot or cold”.
|Left: Kopi & Right: Teh|
(All photos on post "Drinking too much or drinking too much" is photographed by Eileen G.Y.)