The Plebeian Guide to Living Life- Tip #5 ☕☕

by Kuma

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So, as a young girl, whenever I went out to dinner with the family, my parents always ordered soup in the following manner:

“One sweetcorn/ burnt garlic/ tomato soup, and please divide it into two.” 

For them, the reason was that the quantity had been unreal and too much for one person, but I noticed something else. The “into two” came out to be two full bowls of soup! Which was then devoured by six people, of course. ^_^

From this experience, Peach and I have vowed to never order two separate dishes/ beverages/ appetizers whenever we go out to eat! Plebs need to bank on every opportunity they can get, after all!

~~A few days ago, we decided to treat ourselves to a hot cup of mocha, considering the chill in the air (mostly due to air conditioning, but we’re not complaining! *coffee*) but instead of getting two we asked them to serve one in two separate cups, and lo and behold!  ☕ ☕

This would be one whole cup of mocha

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Hello, 50% off Yann Martel! ❤

Whereas, what we were served was something like this!

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Two for the cost of one! Dream!

Now, it is clear that when something is divided in two, the quantity is definitely far more than a perfect half, then why not put all your inhibitions on the back burner, and order yourselves a “One into Two” ensemble!

This may seem a bit extreme, but what isn’t! ★★

We got more than we asked for in terms of the magical chocolatey elixir, plus we didn’t even spend as much! For me, personally, this is the true essence of life! 😛

We get you pals! We know that our tip has secretly made you tingly with joy, and you can’t wait to go out with your BFF, and ‘Order one for two’! ❤ ❤

Hurrah! Sayonara! ( ˘ ³˘)💋

For more in the Plebeian Guide to Living Life series: 

~ The Plebeian Guide to Living Life- Tip #1
~ The Plebeian Guide to Living Life- Tip #2
~ The Plebeian Guide to Living Life- Tip #3
~ The Plebeian Guide to Living Life- Tip #4

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