US Dota Player Got Trolled When He Ordered 'Sky Juice' At A Malaysian Restaurant
When professional Dota player Arif "MSS" Anwar touched down in Malaysia, it was natural that he - just like any other tourist - wanted to try out some local food and drinks
Arif "MSS" Anwar is a professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Team NP. Hailing from the US, Anwar was born in the country to parents who immigrated from Bangladesh.
He and his team are currently in the country for the ESL One Genting Dota 2 tournament that will be held from 6 - 8 January.
One of the beverages that caught Anwar's attention was something going by the name of 'sky juice'. Assuming that it was an exotic concoction of sorts, he ordered it at a local restaurant.
But when the drink came, he was sorely disappointed. :(
The gamer tweeted on 3 January, Monday, about his experience of ordering a cup of 'sky juice'.
Initially thinking he ordered some "exotic shit", he soon found out that 'sky juice' is just a fancy Malaysian slang for... water!
His Twitter followers - many of them Malaysians - were amused by his first-hand experience with the local culture
At the time of writing, Anwar's 'sky juice' tweet has been retweeted over 800 times, with over 400 likes.
We're pretty sure Anwar isn't the first tourist to mistake 'sky juice' for something else. It is, afterall, a Malaysian slang.
So, why is water called 'sky juice' in Malaysia? No one knows really. Some are guessing because it (water) came from the sky in the form of rain, hence the name 'sky juice'.
But hey, at least sky juice sounds more atas than water right?
Enjoy your stay in Malaysia and all the best in the competition, Anwar and team! Try to order more 'sky juices' before you head back to the States. ;)
Have you ever mistaken 'sky juice' for something else aside from water? Let us know in the comment section below!