Many Taiwanese people like to use thermos cups and often carry them with them when going to work or exercising. Recently, a netizen discovered that 25% of the items in his cabinet were porcelain cups, porcelain plates, and porcelain bowls as gifts, 10% were glass cups, glass plates, and glass bowls as gifts, and the rest were almost all metal thermos cups, which made him wonder. “How many Taiwanese people like to use this kind of stuff as gifts?”
A PTT netizen posted on the 20th that his family had to replace kitchenware recently. When he helped organize the cabinets over the weekend, he found that in addition to some starch powder and garbage, he also found many gifts, 25% of which were porcelain cups, porcelain plates, Porcelain bowls, 10% are glass cups, glass plates, and glass bowls.
The original PO pointed out that the remaining items were almost all metal thermos cups and thermos kettle gifts that had been used but were put away for unknown reasons, as well as unused single-layer metal sports bottles, plastic thermos cups and thermos kettle gifts, a total of 20 There are several groups, both famous brands and miscellaneous brands. When he saw this, he exclaimed, “How much do Taiwanese people like to use this kind of thing as a gift? Isn’t it weird? Does everyone have an average of 5 (thermos cups)?”
In response to this, netizens responded one after another: “They are given as gifts at major department store events”, “The thermos cups given as gifts in department stores are very exquisite”, “Department stores give these as gifts every time”, “Department stores really love giving this as a gift, and This is almost the most popular gift of the entire period.” “A female elder said that she should change it frequently, but she couldn’t bear to throw it away. The entire cupboard is full of kettles.”
Some people also said: “I keep one here and there in the house”, “I love buying cups all the time, and 7-11 also likes to buy them. There are probably hundreds of cups and thermos cups at home”, “I can use them as soon as I buy them.” “There was one free gift that I didn’t use (it was difficult to use the gift), but now I have three that I use every day, for making tea in the morning, drinking water before going to bed, and using it at work. I have several cups.”