The Great Heartland Biscuit Thread

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EvilBastard wrote:
05 Aug 2020, 15:51

But I'm afraid that I must take the gloves off. This is the final straw - clearly they're just trying my patience now, and enough is enough. Every man has his limit, and this is mine.
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Pista wrote:
05 Aug 2020, 16:31
EvilBastard wrote:
05 Aug 2020, 15:51

But I'm afraid that I must take the gloves off. This is the final straw - clearly they're just trying my patience now, and enough is enough. Every man has his limit, and this is mine.
Heathens.
Burn them all!
Certainly burning them all would be my first choice. But then I thought, what about burning almost all of them and leaving one alive (possibly without hands so he cannot contemplate making tea in a microwave) so that when visitors gazed upon the shattered landscape, the razed houses, the burned crops, the ground sewn with salt, the vast funeral pyres that stretched as far as the eye could see, their smoke blotting out the sun while the acrid stench of charred flesh assailed the visitors' nostrils, and they wondered "what happened here?", then he can tell them. It may take a village to raise a child, but sometimes it takes an entire civilisation to be destroyed to preserve the art of proper tea-making.
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EvilBastard wrote:
05 Aug 2020, 15:51
But I'm afraid that I must take the gloves off. This is the final straw - clearly they're just trying my patience now, and enough is enough. Every man has his limit, and this is mine.
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Time to learn something very important


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Laws that keep civilization from falling: Don't use teabags. Don't put milk in tea. Don't dunk anything in said milkless tea. We really should have a Tea Police. I almost wrote we really should have a Tea Party but realised that didn't turn out very well in the US. :wink: :lol:
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