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    Minor things that bother you

    - the fact that the Record & Tape Exchange price stickers are sometimes impossible to remove without ripping the cover

    - that said shop has taken to placing said nightmare stickers on the label rather than the cover. Are there people who actually try and swap sleeves on a £2 record?!

    - whenever I buy a ticket to see an artist live its always followed by a couple of months of wondering a) if they'll show up/cancel and b) if they'll be any good. I have a feeling this is exclusive to rap shows.

    Add on.

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    when I make a tea and it's been brewing for just the right amount of time, then I pour just that little bit too much milk in

    there's no undo button for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Corridor View Post
    when I make a tea and it's been brewing for just the right amount of time, then I pour just that little bit too much milk in

    there's no undo button for that
    I have this problem often. So many different things to consider when making the perfect cup of tea.

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    life is cruel

    doesn't help when pouring milk from a larger carton/bottle, no control

    I'd get a little jug if I wasn't worried it would upset the whole dynamic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Corridor View Post
    when I make a tea and it's been brewing for just the right amount of time, then I pour just that little bit too much milk in

    there's no undo button for that
    my technique is as follows. Pour in the milk until what you've poured in just about breaks back to the surface of tea. Stop pouring, stir, perfect.
    ...they talk about me over cups of tea, I'm Mercury over cups of tea, I'm Mercury over cups of tea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kase View Post
    my technique is as follows. Pour in the milk until what you've poured in just about breaks back to the surface of tea. Stop pouring, stir, perfect.
    Believe me, I wish I could stop pouring sometimes but I can't and before you know it there's too much milk in the tea and I'm thinking about hard drugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Corridor View Post
    when I make a tea and it's been brewing for just the right amount of time, then I pour just that little bit too much milk in
    That'd be a bonus for me. I like my tea WHITE. Mmmm, milky, milky.

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    Amen.
    Been trying to sit down & have a good cup of tea all day! Pesky work keep interrupting.

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    some dude at work keeps putting talcum powder on their ass on the toilet and leaves a pile of it on the seat and floor, and it is a one seater bathroom

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    hahaha so much to consider!
    I like to pour the milk through the teabag to get extra flavor.

    some dude at work keeps putting talcum powder on their ass on the toilet and leaves a pile of it on the seat and floor, and it is a one seater bathroom
    Thats one strange toilet habit he's got going on there..

 

 

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