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4:03pm on Saturday, 6th April, 2013:
This morning, I finally finished off the Earl Grey tea my elder daughter gave me for my birthday. It was Taylor's of Harrogate, which is my favourite. However, I am actually not as upset as I expected to be to have finished it, because it was loose tea, not tea bags.
Jeez, is that stuff messy! It's impossible to get rid of it all when you empty a teapot or an infuser, there's always a bit left over sticking to something, then when you wash it off it won't go down the sink, it just swirls around. It's like in prehistoric times: this is how cavemen used to drink their tea,
I still have some Taylors of Harrogate Darjeeling teabags left from Christmas, though, so I'm not entirely back to drinking Sainsbury's Industrial Tea-Flavoured Dust.
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