Kid Complies In Wonderfully Smarty Pants Way [Pic]

Submitted by: SmagBoy1 4 years ago in Funny







Mom asks son to clean bathroom ""As if the Queen of England were visiting."" He does...
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Male 325
So, to recap: Sarcastic kid pulls funny joke by taking mother`s instructions literally, putting tea, TARDIS, British children`s novel, and "welcome" signs in bathroom as though to welcome the queen.

I-A-B response: Criticize the type of tea he had on hand.

Yep, that sounds about right.
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Female 7,867
oh heavens- right, all queue for a kinder egg and a Tea bag. PG or Tetley- yorkshire Tea for those in hard water areas. One teabag ( two of those silly string things) boiling water- stir leave for a minute or so, squeeze out bag, add milk. Should be the same sort of colour as coffee- just a more orange shade. I agree about instant coffee- it is a crime against coffee. Proper beer is not actually warm- but not freezing- it contains a live yeast which is what gives it the bubbles. Most cellars are around 12 degrees . You can freeze that sterilised rubbish, put ice in it or whatever- not much will improve it. the only flavoured tea should be berganot in Earl Grey.
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Male 12,365
[quote]For those who doubt it: there is a big difference between good tea and supermarket box o` teabags tea.[/quote]

I`d say the difference is on a par with the difference between proper coffee from freshly ground good quality beans and instant coffee. Some of the better brands are OK, but they`re not the same as the proper stuff and the mass market brands are usually more about advertising than product.
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Male 37,865
Um, is the bathroom where Americans like to make tea?
TEA! Freaking TEA!
We Canadians use the kitchen...
And Red Rose tea, it`s very good indeed!

The reading material is a nice touch.
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Male 72
"Tetris" Panth? Don`t you mean "TARDIS"?

And loose leaf tea surpasses the bagged stuff in every way imaginable. I`ve got a tin of Lapsang Souchong that I love to bits. Smoky tea goodness...
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Female 9,478
Tetris and Harry Potter ftw!
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Male 3,909
I was never a big fan it until I first tried it in Afghanistan. As soon as you step foot in a friendly town/village the elders always invite you to sit, talk and have tea. Many of them view it as an insult if you refuse, to them it`s like saying you don`t appreciate their hospitality. I`m sure it`s much different than what most of you consider tea, you should try it sometime.
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Female 6,381
A friend and I had a sort of "casual high tea" at n 1800s farmhouse a while back. They served long-leaf tea freshly scooped into an open topped teabag sort-of thing (just replaces a tea ball) and - wow! - what a difference from the crap Grandma would make with Lipton tea when we visited.
For those who doubt it: there is a big difference between good tea and supermarket box o` teabags tea.
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Female 233
*high fives madduck* yes. we do. please take a seat.
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Male 5,874
More research needed.
Is that the Harry Potter first edition! That book must be worth $100 G`s.
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Male 38,507

madduck - Please do educate us about tea.
And after you`ve finished I`ll give you a short lesson in beer. For starters would it kill you to put it in the refrigerator? warm beer I ask you
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Female 2,228
V I`ll say, what`s so great about the stuff anyway? ;-) XD
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Male 2,586
@madduck... agree 100%
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Female 7,867
America- we need to have a chat about tea....
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Male 4,431
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