What are you looking at, Honey?
Oh, it’s a catalog for water dispensers.
I went to an electronic store and they gave me this.
What do you think?
Should we try it?
I heard they are expensive.
It’s only 3,000 yen per month to rent one.
That is expensive.
But we’re already paying about 4,000 yen per month for a bottle of water.
Wait a minute.
For 3,000 yen, they give us the machine and the water, too?
Of course, Daling.
Then I think it is cheaper to use the water dispenser.
Also, we won’t have so many empty plastic bottles to throw away.
But we still have to throw away the big water dispenser bottles, right?
The company collects them.
They say they clean the bottles and then reuse them.
Dispensers are eco-friendly, too.
But look, the catalog says the water bottles weigh 12 kilograms.
They are too heavy for me.
Look at this page.
This bag type is lighter.
See, it says it’s only 7 kilograms.
And you can fold the bag after it’s used.
They have thought of everything.
I think that’s why so many people use them now.
I went to a friend’s house the other day.
And their water dispenser had buttons for coffee and tea, too.
Wow, let’s get one.
OK, so the catalog says…first look for a place to put the machine.
Then we can decide which machine to get.
Where do you want to put it, Honney?
In the kitchen or the living room.
How about besides the fridge?
That won’t work.
I need space to move in the kitchen.
How about besides the TV?
You can’t put water next to a TV.
Then where are we going to put it, Honney?
Daring, you haven’t played the electric piano recently.
No, I am not going to throw it away.
I have too many good memories.
Then what are we going to do?
They have desktop size water dispensers, too.
We can move your computer from the table and put one there.
Then, where (do) I work?
You can work anywhere as long as you have your computer, right?
You can go to a cafe or something.
Then, I won’t be able to use the water dispenser.