There is a certain way to insert a teacup in to the forehead of an annoying wanker. One uses the bottom of the cup to get a good grip. One can also, if one wishes, force the saucer in to the twittering gob until it is no longer visible and pointless blathering ceases. xx
I would like to insert the rough end of a pineapple up his arse for using the word 'pince'. I was in M&S café Revive the other day with my maid of all work, the tea was scalding hot, Carmen, tipped some out onto the saucer and supped from it, a la Compo from Last Of The Summer Wine. Ms Hanson here would have vomited into his handbag if he had seen her.
Oh...I've been doing it all wrong. What do you expect from a hillbilly born in Mississippi.
I have too, it's all about the fingering technique apparently.
Being socially less fortunate, this is all I know about tea etiquette:“Putting a damp spoon back in the bowl is the tea-drinking equivalent of sharing a needle. And I did not want to end up with the tea-drinking equivalent of AIDS.” — Alan Partridge
How to make the perfect cuppa.1 Put the kettle on and pop a tea bag of your favourite tea in a mug, I use PG tip Pyramid bags.2 When the water has boiled pour over the tea bag3 Stir and leave to mash for about 3 minutes or according to taste.4 Remove tea bag and add milk and sugar, according to taste.5 Stir well and enjoy. Putting a wet spoon back in the sugar bowl/bag is so common, that why sugar lumps were invented.
I'm all about the tea pot. One cuppa just won't do.
My goal is to not swallow the tea bag.
The last cruise I went on I noticed a lot of American people were making themselves cups of tea and leaving the bag in, I thought to myself, how bizarre. Have you tried Typhoo Quick Tea ? No more tea-bag swallowing worries for MrPeenee.
What a tea drinking TWAT! I hope he gets his fingers burnt every time he pince's them...
He could be Hyacinth Bucket's son Sherridan.
Can't help, but this gentleman makes me want to end my extra-loud tea-slurping with a gigantic belch blowing the leaves from the garden trees ...