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Bubble Tea! Where?

Hurry over to Low steps for the longest line you’ve ever seen!

…Oh, and there’s FREE BUBBLE TEA at the end of it . We’re not quite sure what the occasion is, other than a cryptic sign labelled “China Day.” We’ll take giant quantities of tapioca and slushie fruit no matter what the excuse is, though.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I never quite understand why people wait hours for something like this. Sorry, but the idea that waiting 2 hrs to get a “free” <$5 noodle, tea, ice cream etc. is crazy. The opportunity cost to doing so–at least in my opinion–is enormous. Buy yourself a cup of noodles from Ollie's and live your life. There's no such thing as a free lunch.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous There’s wasn’t free bubble tea, there was free noodles.

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