The odd cup of green is enjoyable but there's nothing as soothing as a cuppa Earl Grey.Plug the kettle in, won't you?
Speaking of kettles...I was watching a BBC show called "Above Britain" in which they stated:"Power surges called the TV pickup are unique to Britain. The engineers at the National Grid control centre brace themselves each time Eastenders ends and 1.75 million kettles get switched on."
I can't let this topic go.I enjoy my cuppa tea DURING the British soaps...not AFTER.Am I odd?
Green tea Kit Kat? Next they will be bringing out a caramel Mars bar... Oh bugger they already have. Is nothing sacred?I'm with MJ...Earl Grey... All the way.
I've tried Earl Grey tea at a friends house, I didn't like it, so I poured it into her busy lizzy when she wasn't looking. I prefer "Builders tea" black tea in pyramid teabag form it's much stronger than the traditional square bags, with a dash of milk and a sweetex. Bliss.Not at all odd, I think the majority of us prefer it during, I know I do. "Eastenders ends and 1.75 million kettles get switched on."If I had to endure Eastenders, even for just a few minutes I'd be reaching out for the bottle (valium) not the kettle. Grim.
I stopped watching EastEnders a couple of years ago (too grim, as you say) but I'm forever hooked on Coronation Street.
I have Irish kinfolk whose "builders tea" is enough to knock your socks off.
What an abomination.
*Gulps* I feel the eye of Sauron upon me.
Don't do anything to piss off the Polka Dot Queen.Make her a nice cuppa tea.
How about a nice cup of Lapsang souchong m'dear?
I think green KitKat is damn perverse. Reminds me of Soylent Green.
It's Wasabi Kit-Kat!
Sounds delicious Mago.Is it XL? How scandalous! I bet it tastes disgusting. After studying the box (my Japanese is a little rusty) that green stuff in the pot doesn't resemble green tea but baby's first shit. I shall change the pic. Thanks.
"Wassaby" - that's me after the the second bottle of Sylvaner ... Oh, "It's people!", you know?
I could never resort to eating my own species that's why I never dine at MacDonalds or have a chinese takeaway. I'm very suspicious of chinese food have you ever been to a chinese funeral? neither have I, so either they live forever or we don't always get what we order in their restaurants. Soylent green! Soy as in soy sauce, now there's a clue!
Anyway I'm a vegetarian!