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do you count the number of stirs?
but i dont really stir it - I just move the spoon once from one side of the cup to the other in a straight line. 30 stirs is absolute madness.
pls this it smee
this isn't going the way I thought it would tbh
to develop the flavour
and let it get round on its own
do you do the same number of stirs each time? or do you just count them like it's some involuntary action that you don't have control of?
'oooh 6 stirs this morning! didn't see that coming!'
same number each time 20 clockwise, 10 anticlockwise
I really hope this is true
you're as well doing it a specific number of times as a random number of times?
it's not that I think something bad will happen if I don't or whatever, I just... idk. thought everyone else would be doing this tbh
stirring it 30 times and changing the direction of the stir seems a bit... unnecessary though?
But I do sing the tea song
There's no need if you don't have sugar, surely.
I do count stairs, though.
(good god man)
I.. I just don't... what??
the absolute worst thing is where ralf is stirring all those brews as if moving milk around makes any difference
if you stir it
surely stirring the exact same amount of times surely doesn't result in the same strength tea?
I'm trying to reduce variables
but i do have athing about making sure if I step on or off a pavement or set of stairs that my right foot goes first, which is probably as bad/ worse.
3 clockwise, 3 anticlockwise, 3 across the middle and one more (clockwise) for good luck
a man who knew his tea, clearly
I just press the teabag up against the side of the mug repeatedly to get all the tea goodness out of the bag. my tea habit has got a bit out of hand recently.
7 clockwise + one anti-clockwise × 5.
a) Stirring tea protracts the tea making process. Protracting the tea making process shortens the work-doing process.
b) No, YOU fuck off.
me and you man, me and you
do you not just end up with vaguely tea flavoured water?