THE JETTLE pulsejet powered kettle (longer version)

We all make cups of tea but is there a louder faster way well now there is the JETTLE a pulse jet ramed in a kettle. This thing is so loud even me shouting at the top of my voice is not good enough.
So ther we have it TEA MAKING HISTORY right before your eyes.

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+8 1. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

Who the HELL puts the milk in the cup before the water?....Colin...You HEATHEN!
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+8 2. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

That's what I have known for years, drinking too much tea gives you an attitude.
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+3 3. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Prefer coffee over tea, anytime..
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+1 4. ComentAtor commented 4 years ago

#1 you made me laugh, but truth #3 me too
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#1 NO NO NO!!! this is how you make a proper cup of tea:-

Put two spoonful's of real loose tea from your gold caddy (blended to your own taste) (That's one for you and one for the pot) into a china tea pot preferably pre 1930's, boil your kettle or Jettle (doesn't actually matter which) allow the boiled water to cool (important) for 40 seconds then pour the water into the teapot.

Stir with a silver teaspoon for 15 seconds. Leave to brew for a minimum of one and a half minutes. Take your silver strainer and place it across the top of your china teacup ready placed in it's matching saucer. The handle of the teacup should be pointing due south and lined up with any other teacups on the tablecloth covered oak table. Gently pour the brewed tea through the strainer taking care not to allow any of the loose leaves to enter the cup.

Leave for twenty seconds then add freshly milked cows milk to a light brown Hue. If you must add sugar it should be caster and sprinkled from a sugar jar with a silver sprinkler top, firstly onto a dry spoon for measure then dunked not dripped into the teacup no need to stir. On a summer's afternoon in your favourite chair by the open window lean gently forward, bringing the teacup towards you and pour the brown shite out of the window and go and make a nice cup of coffee.:P

#3 Me too!!!!!
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+1 6. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#5 Hahaha...too funny, but glad to hear you also prefer coffee. Hope this is not gonna start a Tea Party here;)
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+1 7. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#6 What with these chimps:(|):(|):(|) oou oou oou, ouu oou ooou<3
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#7 :D:D:D<3
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+1 9. 98oktan commented 4 years ago

Well that's a success innit? Only took the better part of 3 minutes (with editing), only left him HALF deaf and only NEARLY set the house on fire.

We'd never have seen if it COULD be done if he had stopped to think if it SHOULD be done.
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0 10. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

This guy is awesome, love his perspective.