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Re: (More) Problems only Steampunks have.

Post  Plum on Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:59 pm

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xD I suppose that casts me out of the tea drinker's guild. I just drank a pot of tea (read: about 20 ounces) right out of the pot. Which is actually a miniature coffee pot from a miniature coffee maker because I'm too lazy to find out where I can find a pot for a reasonable price, since I'm too tight fisted to pay shipping for something I can't inspect in person.

I have to ask: did you slurp it from the side or pour it straight in to your mouth from the spouty bit? Whichever, that's hardcore tea consumption.
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Post  B. R. Wilson on Tue Oct 14, 2008 12:03 am

Plum Phlogiston wrote:
B. R. Wilson wrote:

xD I suppose that casts me out of the tea drinker's guild. I just drank a pot of tea (read: about 20 ounces) right out of the pot. Which is actually a miniature coffee pot from a miniature coffee maker because I'm too lazy to find out where I can find a pot for a reasonable price, since I'm too tight fisted to pay shipping for something I can't inspect in person.

I have to ask: did you slurp it from the side or pour it straight in to your mouth from the spouty bit? Whichever, that's hardcore tea consumption.

The spouty bit. I was just too lazy to break out the teacup. When I do that I have to pour myself three cups to finish off the pot, every time measuring out enough sugar, etc. It's just pure laziness. However, I have discovered its fun. I even tried mixing Koolaid in the pot. (A success!)
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Re: (More) Problems only Steampunks have.

Post  Gazongola on Tue Oct 14, 2008 2:37 am

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-trying to explain to dorm building RAs that technically there are no rules against soldering irons
-sweating in heavy victorian garb in hot weather (I just embrace the anachronism and wear short (but interesting) skirts)

and most of all
-explaining to other people why i'm dressed like this

I cannot agree more with these, only in my case, the inability to have any kind of flame in my dorm. And the others speak for themselves. And the skip thing... oh dear.

-Realising that wearing braces and a waistcoat that you still wear despite putting on weight, are not practical to wear through a three hour lecture.

-Walking past Chavs at six in the morning, while they are binge drinking on the steps of Asda car park, repeating the phrase 'It ain't Halloween Yet Mate' expecting a reaction of some sort. Do they not see the walking cane that is probably much harder than their heads?
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