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always stick in the caveat that they do have the odd hot chocolate. What a bunch of fucking baby palated cretin twats.
Not liking hot drinks is like not liking being warm, and cosy and all that is good.
It's the behaviour of, quite frankly, a dick.
therefore they don't exist and you are a liar
in their little liemobile
I can only think of Ian at the moment but there are plenty of others.
I don't work with Ian. Roast dinner has tea and maybe the occasional coffee. Only eats salt and vinegar crisps - doesn't like any other flavours.
nearly everyone likes those one.
it's fine to refuse and empty the kettle on their face right?
Hot chocolate is so much more labour intensive than the other, proper hot drinks.
and at least two of them would do this every time
What's more, I do enjoy the odd hot chocolate.
However, both points rarely come up in conversation. If offered a hot drink, I politely decline without mentioning hot chocolate.
can make do with owt mulled or
tell us what hot drinks you like thread
have you tried not pouring milk into hot drinks?
To be fair, I think if you grow up not drinking hot drinks (my parents thought tea was a grown up drink so I never had it) then they can seem a bit odd - like drinking bathwater.
Nowadays I'm all about poncey coffee, so I agree, non-hot drink drinkers should grow up. Still not a big fan of tea, though. I can drink it, but I'm not fussed.
Taste is the dumbest sense to cultivate.
Eat what you like, be free
you've got a lot of growing up to do
This isn't about me.
I just don't get my little willy out and stroke it while I'm eating chilli
Just give the signal
I rarely offer to get a round in because invariably I get requests for almond milk and Canderel and all manner of non-essential hot drink paraphernalia.
and its ruining my life.
I am constantly trying to convince him to try a nice coffee or something like that but NO. He's not even willing to try.
I can understand that he doesn't like hot drinks or doesn't like coffee...but has he tried all the coffee? The man doesn't even know what a cappachino is for christ sake!
He also won't have a cup of tea with me and I love having a cup of tea in bed at the weekends....but have to do it solo. Or if I suggest going out for a coffee, he may come...but will get a coke. A COKE!? Not the same.
He had a sip of my hot chocolate once and said 'thats nice..but only because i'm cold'
So he's deciphered one of the many enjoyable reasons for having a hot bev, yet choses not to.
He also reckons he occasionally has tea at work for something to do. This makes me very angry.
Also, the dickhead has stopped making me cups of tea.
at the rate of two an hour.
Dump the absolute choad
I don't know this guy, but I think you should break up with him
HE'S ALWAYS TIRED.
erm have you tried coffee?
I don't like hot drinks.
Maybe one of those humiliating break-ups via a billboard sign so everyone can read about it in the Metro
i would have brought a couple of brews and kicked him out of bed
when you make a cup of tea/coffee, you only have to make one. whats the problem?
It's fair to say he's an odd one
Cadbury's powder + milk and it's ilk is crap that ain't fit to go by the name of hot chocolate. A proper chocolatey hot chocolate, however...
Is soup a hot drink? Course it is, if it's drunk from a cup. A lovely hot drink. Mulled stuff: yes, please. I'll have an espresso from time to time, too.
People who get narky about going to a coffeeshop with a non-coffee drinker is an odd thing. I don't get arsey with you for not drinking pints in a pub. Do they do frappes? I'll have one of them, ta. Iced tea, though? GTFO.
Coffee cake? Delicious. Coffee beans covered in chocolate? Great present - I'll probably have scoffed 'em all before the day is out.
At home or work: Would I like a tea or coffee? Of course not. I'll just have a glass of water, thanks.
I had to read the post twice to make sure it was as outrageous as my initial reaction suggested. The behaviour of a deviant, quite frankly
I momentarily hate them intensely. It's the hot drink equivalent of ordering a WKD or lager top.
that's enough for me
1) When you're bored at work and the trip to the kitchen provides a brief respite. An alternative is to go to the toilet and thoroughly wash and dry your hands (in the sink, not in the toilet) even if it not required.
2) When you are a guest in someone else's house (who is not a close friend or family member) and one is offered. It is impolite not to accept. For this reason, I will drink tea, though not coffee, at my girlfriend's parents' house.
why are her and her family so insistent that you drink their tea?
with UHT milk
to get milk inside me
it's literally the reason i get out of bed in the morning
along with those who make blanket statements like they don't like fish or they worry that every curry is going to be too spicy so they order something else. I bet they were the kind of kids who would cry if they were given water instead of orange squash.
They probably haven't tried drinking tea or coffee since they were given a sip when they were 9. There are so many ways of having it, surely some configuration would work? Even very milky with 3 sugars, you can't not like that can you?
but whenever I see you post I have to fight the urge to shake my fist and bellow STEIINBOLLLLTTTT!
It feels like a catchphrase from a show that hasn't actually been invented but that my mind thinks it's being nostalgic for
if you're still having sugar at 16 it's time to grow up
that revolting chocolate with popping candy and jellybeans in it that all the plebs on here are in to.
tea----------------------------------->whatevs balonz is talking about-------------->sausages
in a scottish winter, without a bovril. although the people I go to the football with sit behind me and they dip the ends of my (very blonde) hair into their bovril and then I'm stuck with a brown dip dye for days and they think it's fgunny. this is the same guys who put bits of unwanted pie crust into the hood of my parka :( I know they're only teasing but it is a bit mean and maybe they don't like me, although they keep getting me tickets. Always sitting in front of them :(
Sorry, this has turned into a therapy session. I'll hop off the therapy couch now.
keep it up