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12 September 2006

Liang Teh Anyone? III

 


Speaking of Liang Teh, how's this for Liang Teh on tap? Yuck!
- Voxeros

1. xcake left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 8:58 am :: 
EWWWWWWW. Whatever happened to that water?


2. sunflower left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 8:59 am
wow, this is er xin. but then again... you are in CH1NA


3. JayWalk left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 10:53 am ::
xcake: I think there was a stoppage in water supply and the rusty pipes had time to settle before I turn on the tap again. Hence the brown water.

sunflower: Look on the bright side, it is high in Iron. haiz....


4. xcake left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 12:37 pm :: http://xcake.blogspot.com
High in iron..and deadly ;; This happens a lot in Indonesia too.


5. aloe left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 1:33 pm
rusty water means it's time to change the pipe... oi! do some work leh!! LOL!
Go for bottled water bah...


6. Jaslyn left...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 7:48 pm :: http://precious-jas.blogspot.com
Wah lau! Sibei er-xin. Looks like the milk tea I always drink at HK Cafe :S


7. JayWalk left...
Wednesday, 13 September 2006 7:47 am :: 
xcake & Anna: Yah, it's the same as Indonesia. Water from the tap cannot drink one. We use bottle water for cooking as well.

Jaslyn: Looks more like Teh O or Teh Kosong since it is brown but clear.

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