I’m not talking about monsoon weather.
I’m getting ticked off with the local habit of dredging up the contents of their lungs and hocking out a big blob of spit in the street. Men do it, women do it. Even little kids do it.
Didn’t I make myself clear in India? No sort of bodily fluid/solid should be disposed of in the street. I’ll allow gaseous emissions – so long as it is windy and they are silent, even if they are violent.
Hock, Greb, Blurgh… Do you mind? I’m trying to eat! I’m not accepting this as one of those local customs I should find endearing such as the Iranian need to shake hands for over extended periods. I’ve been to Hong Kong before and seen the “no spitting” signs which seemed to work. Kathmandu needs to knock a few up in one of it’s copy shops.
And another thing… If people have to, and I mean have to, spit in the street why can’t they get it over with in one smooth action? Is it really necessary to use the volley approach and do a disgusting 3 spit salute to some deity of phlegm.