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Korean Rudeness and My new favorite waterbottle!

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

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    Thanks for sharing!
    3417 days ago
    I love one particular korean dish, pulgogi. It's steak and you eat it like a taco with lettuce. Asians, are like that when it comes to asking for personal info. I being a filipino, get that all the time. I don't do that, like pointing out if you gained weight or you look big. Personally, I think it is rude. It is very natural that they do say things like that. I always get offended when I was young. Koreans are very vain. They are crazy with their hair coloring and their makeup. I have one of those bottles too, and it fills up to 24oz.
    3420 days ago
    It's not just you. I find that when using a straw, I tend to get my water in much easier!!!!
    3420 days ago
    I'm glad that you discovered your new water bottle. Drinking from a sprout has also made a huge difference with my water intake. What works even better for me is slicing up a lemon and putting it in my jug. My jug can hold about 6.5 cups of water with the lemon. So on most days I now able to drink 13 cups of water before I even make it home from work.

    3420 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/10/2010 1:09:16 PM
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    Thanks for sharing the stories! It so interesting to hear about other cultures and their food:)
    Congrats on the new water bottle! I'm glad that it's working for you!
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    3420 days ago
    Hmmm...I think I have a water bottle like that around here somewhere. I'll have to give that a try, because I sure need to get in more water. And interesting info on Korea.

    Thanks for the great Vlog!
    3420 days ago
    Wow! I loved hearing the stories about Korea. And you are right about the water bottles!
    3421 days ago
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