After loose tea was substituted for our ordered tea bags, I was forced to dig out our old teapot and tea strainer.
I'm sure it's the best way to brew tea, but I miss the convenience of a tea bag.
Am I just lazy?
Disgusting. My dad used to do it. Mind you, sophistication wasn't his strong point.karlypants wrote:Why not stick a spoonful of loose tea in each mug and then once you have finished drinking it you can read the leaves?
I needed tea. I don't mind loose tea, but the teapot was a bugger to find. I also tend to put too much tea in the pot, so it doesn't last as long. On coffee at the moment, but I'm getting hyper.Norpig wrote:Why didn't you just send the leaves back boncey? Can you not leave the house now due to self isolation?
I saw this coming. Won me a pound.Natasha Whittam wrote:Another new low for Nuts.
Yes.Norpig wrote:Could be worse, can you get teapot shaped slippers?
Certainly not. I'd look ridiculous. I'm a zip up or cross strap man myself. When it comes to slippers, keep it simple.Norpig wrote:Are they yours boncey?
wanderlust wrote:Bloke goes for a job on a building site. He might have been Irish.
Foreman asks him if he can make tea.
"Of course" he says.
And can you drive a forklift truck?
Bloke thinks about it a minute and says...
"F****** hell, how big's the teapot?"
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