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Fucking hell, they're only being civil, what does it matter?

I know this is the 'petty' thread, but some of the issues people have with stuff is unbelievable.

Couldn't agree with you more, mate.

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I'd rather mate or buddy then pal. That reminds me of that shitty little dog off Arthur.

I hate it when lassies say "pal" to me. You know, you ask something and they go "aye, no problem pal". It's just screaming "I will never have sex with you".

Don't flatter yersel hen. Sorry, "pal".

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I'm meant to be on study leave but i've just absolutely wasted the day on the ps3 and laptop and i just know there is no chance of me getting any work done whatsoever.

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I'm meant to be on study leave but i've just absolutely wasted the day on the ps3 and laptop and i just know there is no chance of me getting any work done whatsoever.

I passed my driving test the first week of study leave.....not sure how I managed to get the grades I did! :lol:

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I personally find "cunto" more endearing than "mate". Each to their own.

I'd find that a little offputting.

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People who pour the milk into the cup of tea when the teabag is still in it.

Surely it's got to be done that way, so that you can make it as strong or weak as you choose, once the milk has been added?

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Eggs go in the fridge. That's why you have the egg shaped bits in the door.

Spread goes in the fridge.

Butter can go in the fridge, but if you do put it there, you have to take it out about 20-30 minutes before using it.

Fact.

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Surely it's got to be done that way, so that you can make it as strong or weak as you choose, once the milk has been added?

Oh, and regarding butter...

If it's in the fridge and not a cupboard, when your spreading it on bread, does it not rip the bread to bits? Eh? EH?!

Oh, Shakehands. I am disappointed.

You put the milk in last and you have the butter out for a few minutes before you use it to soften up. Milk first makes your tea far milkier than milk last, which I appreciate is fine for you, who prefers to have his teabag shaken in the general direction of a cup of hot milk than to drink real tea. The rest of us, however, like to taste something other than cow juice.

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Milk should go in before you put the tea in, anyone who says otherwise is wrong. This is why a pot should always be used.

No, YOU're wrong.

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He's from Cowden...

I wonder how you fish a teabag out of a cup with webbed hands. That must be why he uses a pot.

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Oh, Shakehands. I am disappointed.

You put the milk in last and you have the butter out for a few minutes before you use it to soften up. Milk first makes your tea far milkier than milk last, which I appreciate is fine for you, who prefers to have his teabag shaken in the general direction of a cup of hot milk than to drink real tea. The rest of us, however, like to taste something other than cow juice.

Lyn Marie, that cuts like a sharp, sharp, knife!

Regarding butter, it would take far, far longer than 'a few minutes' to soften it sufficiently to spread on bread or toast. It must be either out of the fridge (if it must be kept there) for 30mins before use, or, perhaps more sensibly, in a cupboard. ;)

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Lyn Marie, that cuts like a sharp, sharp, knife!

Regarding butter, it would take far, far longer than 'a few minutes' to soften it sufficiently to spread on bread or toast. It must be either out of the fridge (if it must be kept there) for 30mins before use, or, perhaps more sensibly, in a cupboard. ;)

Stick it in the microwave for a few seconds if you're a tad impatient.

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He's from Cowden...

:P

Milk goes in before tea, it makes for a better cup. Fact. Its written. We use leaf tea as well which is miles ahead of any teabag nonsense.

I like to think of it like diluting juice and water, juice goes in first hence no need to stir it.

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