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Our lass usually does most of this stuff.

 

I like a nice brew and used to love Tetley. When we were first married, young and skint she used to buy a box of Tetley about once a year and then top it up with the cheapest bags she could find.

 

Anyway I had the honours today and bought Twinnings. Very nice.

 

Also bought about 6 packets of biscuits (something we rarely have) and have been having a nice dunkathon.

 

Not really fussed about coffee however we usually have a jar of Nescafe kicking about.

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Our lass usually does most of this stuff.

 

I like a nice brew and used to love Tetley. When we were first married, young and skint she used to buy a box of Tetley about once a year and then top it up with the cheapest bags she could find.

 

Anyway I had the honours today and bought Twinnings. Very nice.

 

Also bought about 6 packets of biscuits (something we rarely have) and have been having a nice dunkathon.

 

Not really fussed about coffee however we usually have a jar of Nescafe kicking about.

 

This looks like an in joke I am missing. Pretty sure it's not an anagram of "Ashley's jizz tastes great" :blush:

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I thought this thread was going to be about coffee but then CT mentioned Nescafe. :blush:This is my supermarket coffee of choice, anyway - it's a good compromise between price and flavour.

 

Not massive on tea in the traditional (i.e. rebranded as "English Breakfast" :D) sense, but if I'm going to have it then it has to be strong. None of this "dunk a teabag in water for 10 seconds then top up with half a pint of milk" nonsense that you get when it's some people's kettle rounds at the office.

 

I'll more often end up drinking something wanky like this though.

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Our lass usually does most of this stuff.

 

I like a nice brew and used to love Tetley. When we were first married, young and skint she used to buy a box of Tetley about once a year and then top it up with the cheapest bags she could find.

 

Anyway I had the honours today and bought Twinnings. Very nice.

 

Also bought about 6 packets of biscuits (something we rarely have) and have been having a nice dunkathon.

 

Not really fussed about coffee however we usually have a jar of Nescafe kicking about.

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"Prease, you-for-coffee, CT" :blush:

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I like Twinings and Yorkshire Tea. Shame that the former stopped making the stuff locally and moved production to Poland.

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Besides black mac beer and kitman, this is the best thing out of Noo Zeelund.

 

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And this for tea.

 

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>"D'you want milk in your tea, love?"

 

"Yes please."

 

>"Sugar?"

 

"Yes, just one."

 

>"Rice?"

 

"Fuck off you dirty tramp." *sound of front door slamming*

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Besides black mac beer and kitman, this is the best thing out of Noo Zeelund.

 

product-214.jpg

 

And this for tea.

 

genmaicha_web.jpg

 

>"D'you want milk in your tea, love?"

 

"Yes please."

 

>"Sugar?"

 

"Yes, just one."

 

>"Rice?"

 

"Fuck off you dirty tramp." *sound of front door slamming*

 

What's going on Samuel, you've got a bit of the fop about you recently!

Winklepickers and asymmetrical breasts not satisfying the beast in you?

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Home - Lavazzo Rossa, Carte Noir

Graft- Nescafe.

 

Tea = devils pisswater… unless it's with fish and chips, when it acts as a gob degreaser.

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I thought this thread was going to be about coffee but then CT mentioned Nescafe. :DThis is my supermarket coffee of choice, anyway - it's a good compromise between price and flavour.

 

Not massive on tea in the traditional (i.e. rebranded as "English Breakfast" :D) sense, but if I'm going to have it then it has to be strong. None of this "dunk a teabag in water for 10 seconds then top up with half a pint of milk" nonsense that you get when it's some people's kettle rounds at the office.

 

I'll more often end up drinking something wanky like this though.

:blush:

 

Twinnings; English Breakfast and Earl Grey :icon_lol:

 

Want to get into coffee, but just always found it too bitter, even when sweetened

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Tea-Tetley one cups as only my son and visitors drink tea

Coffee-Douwe Egberts-Dark Roast.

And we enjoy the occasional hot chocolate made with Cadbury's drinking chocolate and hot milk :blush:

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