Does anyone want to try "Feynman tea"? I never read the book "surely you are joking mr Feynman", but I hears the story behind the title. In particular, I was told there was an episode where someone asked Feynman if he wants milk or lemon in his tea, and he said both. Then they responded "surely you are joking mr Feynman". It is probably assumed he said it because he was stressed out and didn't think clearly. But, luckilly enough, I think he is onto something! I tried to drink "Feynman tea" where I deliberately put milk and lemon together, and it is actually quite cute. If you put A LOT of lemon, then milk quickly turns into buttermilk and then forms solid pieces, while the tea itself tastes like lemon for the most part. If on the other hand you put mostly milk and a little bit of lemon, you can enjoy the taste of partly-milk partly-buttermilk. It is kind of nice. If it is hot you might want something sour to quench thirst; so if you happened to be milk lover you can always have sour milk instead of sour tea. This brings me to another idea. Apart from "Feynman tea" (that is, tea with milk and lemon), you can also have "Feynman drink". Feynman drink involves a hot milk together with lemon, but WITHOUT tea. This way you can focus on milk and lemon part without being disracted by taste of tea. But Feynman tea is also nice. I mean sometimes we have lemondate (lemon without tea) and other times we have tea with lemon. So similarly sometimes we should have "milk lemonade" (Feynamn drink) and other times combine it with tea (Feynman tea). But anyway, both Feynman tea and Feynman drinks are interesting ideas to try. Anyone wants to join me?