Once upon a time, I went to High School. I had crushes on many boys, but for a while I had a thing for this kid named Grant who sat in front of me in English class. His birthday was 3 days before mine, and he played lots of sports. He had big blue eyes and a kind smile. I would use every possible excuse to talk to him.
Near the beginning of the year, my mom indulged herself while shopping and got a pack of really fancy Fiji water bottles. The bottles themselves were square. Of course the water inside didn't last very long. I brought my bottle, unopened, to school and I decided to crack it open during English class. As I sipped, Grant looked behind, saw what I was drinking, and said, "Hey! I've heard about that Fiji stuff! Mind if I had a sip?"
Of course, I couldn't say no, so I handed him my bottle and he very carefully let a few teaspoons of water flow out of the bottle and between his lips without them touching each other. His eyes were on me as he did so. When he finished, he gave me back the bottle and said, "That's good stuff! Much better than regular water!"
These Fiji water bottles were very durable, so mom thought it would be a good idea for me to re-use them and just fill them up again with water from the tap. During school, I would finish a bottle and then refill it at a drinking fountain. During English class one day, I left my bottle on the table and Grant turned and grabbed it without asking for my permission. He brought the bottle to his lips, swallowed a few gulps, and then closed it up again with a satisfying sigh.
"Yep," he said. "There's definitely a difference."
To this day, he does not know that what he drank wasn't Fiji, but tap water from the fountain down the hall.