I ate lunch on one of the malls in our place.
The table where I sat is near the water dispenser.
There’s one guy that caught my attention.
He brings several tumblers. I think three to five tumblers.
And he tries to refill each of them.
It took time filling all of them.
Sometimes another customer comes in to get some water.
Once he notice someone’s waiting, he always gives way though.
And then resume again until all of his containers are full.
But one thing I notice is that every time he fills his tumbler, he always put the nozzle of the water dispenser deep into his tumbler.
That means the mouth of the tumbler will touch the nozzle.
He bring not only tumblers but some used Coke plastic bottles.
The diameter of the opening of those bottles are small.
And it really touches the nozzle of the water dispenser.
This is why I seldom get water on those dispensers because it looks unsanitary to me.
If those bottles or tumblers where used to drink through direct mouth contact, then the saliva might transfer to the nozzle. Giving a free saliva taste to the next customer.