A sighting of our favorite Lemonade–Lorina–in Hong Kong!!!

Day 884 of 1000

Our buddy Jon found himself in Hong Kong eating pizza sandwiches and drinking Lorina lemonade!  He was kind enough to forward us the picture because he knew that lemonade was our favorite doble sentido.  What he probably did not know is that if he sent me a picture like this there would be no way we could avoid trying to duplicate this meal.  Guaranteed, it probably would not taste as good in Raleigh as in an exotic place like Hong Kong and we probably will not be as good as that looks, but it seems to me even if is only a shadow of what Jon ate, it will still be some mighty fine eating.  Now all we have to do is remember where we bought that Lorina here in Raleigh…

Jon drinks Lorina in Hong Kong with his pizza sandwich

Betty Blonde #50 – 09/24/2008
Betty Blonde #50
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About Dad

Married Christian man with two children, one in graduate school and one working. Oregonian (family arrived in 1846 along the Applegate Trail). Living and working from home in Washington state. Lived in North Carolina for seven years, Texas several times and South Florida amoung other places--kids graduated from NCSU, LOVE North Carolina and NCSU, Texas and South Florida). Judo Shodan. Graduate of Oregon State University (B.S. Business Administration, Marketing), Oregon Institute of Techonology (A.E. Computer Systems Engineering Technology), University of Texas at El Paso (M.S. Industrial Engineering). Computer Vision Research Consultant. Bilingual English/Spanish.

2 thoughts on “A sighting of our favorite Lemonade–Lorina–in Hong Kong!!!

  1. Ha, it never crossed my mind that you’d post it here, Ken. We were just grabbing a quick bite to eat while we moseyed around a few tourist traps on Hong Kong Island. The place wasn’t exotic but the food was good. We just chose a drink on the fly and only noticed the brand and name of the drink once we sat and began to eat. I did not explain to my fellow travelers the double (in)significance of the name!! By the way, I strongly suspect that many in Hong Kong would say that “Raleigh” –spelled as it is and said like it is– sounds pretty exotic to them! It’s all relative.

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