'cuz life is so random

My Give Me Tap

Remember my first article about Give Me Tap? No? Well, you can read it here.

Meanwhile GMT turned 3, and I wished them happy birthday and so on. Edwin – the water guy – retweeted one of my tweets and gave me his email. This is what he replayed:



Excitement all over the place! If you read my previous article, you know that I really like their cause and I share it every single time I get the chance to. I was complaining that I wanted my own GMT bottle and now I have it, because Edwin was awesome enough to send me one.


my Give Me Tap bottle traveling by train πŸ™‚

For those who don’t know what Give Me Tap does, or are too lazy to read my previous article about the cause, by purchasing a GMT bottle, you help African countries to have free access to drinkable water. And you also get free refills for your bottle from the places where you spot the Give Me Tap sticker (in UK mostly).

It’s a brilliant customer care strategy and it works as a charm. My closest friends already know about my “cool” bottle and the story behind it and they like the cause too. As I said before, the Romanian tap water isn’t such a good idea in some areas, yet.

So Give Me Tap is in Romania too! πŸ˜€