Introduction: How to Fill a Cup With Water

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Our bodies all rely on one very important substance: water. Without it, we can only survive for about 3 days. It performs very magical things on our bodies; keeps us healthy, keeps our organs functioning properly, etc. But my favorite aspect of water is that it is just simply refreshing. In this tutorial, I will show you how to fill up a glass of water.

Step 1: Acquire Cup

Cups can come in all shapes and sizes and they can be bought from almost anywhere. For this tutorial, I will be using a cup similar to the one in the image above.

Step 2: Acquire Source of Water

This can be a faucet, a fridge, an outside hose, drinking fountain etc. Anything that provides clean, drinkable water will work just fine. I will be using my fridge's water dispenser for this tutorial.

Step 3: Put Cup Under Dispersion Area and Activate the Source

Place your cup directly underneath the spot from where the water originates from. Placing it a little too far in any other direction can result in water missing the cup and landing on the ground or maybe even yourself. So be cautious! Now activate the source. This may be done by twisting or turning a knob, pressing a button, or maybe the flow is continuous like from a natural spring. Either way, we want to get the water to start flowing here. Now fill your cup to the desired volume and then turn off the flow. Turning the water off will ensure none is wasted.

Step 4: Troubleshoot

If your preferred source of water isn't releasing any water, then the water line may be turned off or disconnected to that specific source or maybe even your entire house (assuming you are in one). If your house water is shut off, the above images can assist with identifying the point of access and turning it back on. If your house water is on but your preferred source isn't releasing any water, then you may need to call a plumber to help you get pipes up to said source. If you'd prefer not calling a plumber, then the internet is your friend. This tutorial isn't for fixing broken faucets. But anyway, I hope the best your any of you that have these issues.