Mmm... If you don't like the sliminess of tapioca, I'm not sure how much better you would like it in warm bubble tea....
No, no, J. Someone traumatized her. I must admit, after the trend of slime came out, I was equally disgusted with it too (more so because of my slight germophobia and the thought of how many germs sit in the slime after being touched by... children's pathogen-filled hands @_@). But anyway, we must untraumatize her and bring her into glorious light of bubble tea.
cues "Pizza Angel" song and replaces it with "Nai Cha Angel"
But oh man, you definitely have to try J's mom's nai cha (milk tea) if you guys ever meet She makes some of the best milk tea, and she doesn't make it with the bubbles (even better for you actually, no, doubly better for you since I heard the type of tapioca that is used in bubble tea isn't healthy anyways lol). But even without the bubbles, it still tastes absolutely smooth and creamy. ʕっ˘ڡ˘ʔっ
But um, J, you know what we have to do right? We gotta take 'em out to Chinatown and go broke on all the tiny Chinese and Taiwanese shops 'til none of us can fit through the door. Hmm, I wonder what their reaction to the infamous stinky tofu would be. Heheheh....
(And cough cough @moderators I have previously done my research before writing this and can confirm that there are twenty-seven states that have a Chinatown. However, if this is still too personal, feel free to change my above sentence.)
Um, I know that was just a joke, but... I am even more disgusted. I just looked up the difference between the two and found out that boba is a slang term in Taiwanese for something inappropriate. (Do not recommend that anyone look it up.) But um... I don't know if we should even be using that word anymore.