The Randomly Nothing thread


#1708

:heart_eyes::kissing_heart:

(no homo)


#1709

It does the job


#1710

It does the job, that’s it?? I want the best one!!


#1712

#1713

yorkshire-tea-2000858_2

Anyone who says otherwise doesn’t know what they’re talking about


#1714

I know what I’m talking about. You paupers need to get yourselves to John Lewis.


#1715

Probably a good time to make a confession. I’m English and don’t like tea…


#1716

I can only tolerate ginger tea.
Anything else and I can’t get the aftertaste off my tongue.


#1717

Its worse. You’re English AND Irish (sort of) and you don’t like tea?!! :open_mouth:


#1718

Ha yeah, my mum and nan still try and force it on me. “Just try it, you’ll like this one”. No I won’t :roll_eyes:


#1719

How about coffee?


#1720

Not a massive fan but I don’t mind it. I like things like caramel lattes.


#1721

In other important news… Best headline of the day goes to…


#1722

that to me tastes weak, pg tips has a stronger taste to it, those to me tasted like pisswater!


#1723

You might need to leave the bag in a bit longer. I like a strong cuppa and it provides one.

That’s a pet peeve of mine, fuckers who practically only dunk the teabag in the water. I’d rather just not have a tea thanks


#1724

I usually just leave the bag in the whole time I’m drinking, is that not proper tea etiquette??


#1725

Sometimes have to double bag even


#1726

When you buy a tea at a coffee shop they always do that the cunts.

Overpriced boiling water with milk. Thanks mate. :xhaka:


#1727

The best tea was that served up in the transport cafes of yore. Pint mug of it, steaming hot, stand-yer-spoon-up-in-it quality. All these fucking nancy teas around now make me retch.


#1728

I take the tea bag out within 10 seconds. Hate strong tea.

*Waits for hate