‘Trust me,’ she said. ‘I’m Indian, I’m British. A billion Indians can’t be wrong. They drink hot tea in hot weather.’

NPR: Cool Down With A Hot Drink? Not As Crazy As You Think  

It’s true

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    Neat! A friend told me about this last year, except it was in Turkey.
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    I keep telling people this, but everything thinks the BIOLOGY MAJOR IS CRAZY :(
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    I just could never.
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    What???
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    Speaking of being Indian and/or British. One of the things each of my students has to do is give a short, chill...
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  24. whatbeginswiths reblogged this from npr and added:
    So true
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    Middle Easterners do the same. Stop at any house in the Arab world, they insist you drink tea to cool down.

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