Sunday, July 01, 2012

You can tell Lisa made the tea

I went to the icebox for a fresh glass of tea and started laughing, then took the jug to Lisa who started giggling too.
I hope she wasn't giving me a subtle hint.....

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't get it--or I can't see

wirecutter said...

Teabag string hanging out of the spout, tampon string......
Think about it, Bro. It'll come to ya......

Anonymous said...

Wife hasn't had to use one in a QTR century maybe that's why I missed it..
WC--glad you're back--I'm not computer literate at least posting or choosing an identity--I didn't mean to post anon--I have Wolfram balls
In the swamp river in Springfield LA--
I moved from NO, LA in 1979 and from Baton Rouge in 1998
People ask--why'd you move out here?
--"When I hear gunshots I know it's hunters.."
Bill Keslick

Phssthpok said...

As an aside...I'm not sure how strong you take your tea, or how (heavily/lightly/non) sweetened, but I've found that for a gallon jug like the one shown three bags of plain (black) tea and one bag of Bigelow's Plantation Mint REALLY cuts back on the amount of sugar required, and adds a cooling menthol hint to the tea. Makes it MUCH more 'hot day of yard-work' refreshing.

PatriotUSA said...

Can't say you were not warned, like we ever are, heh!

wirecutter said...

We use 4 large tea bags, 1 tube of Crystal Light lemonade and no sugar.

Anonymous said...

Add some green tea bags--ever wonder why the Japanese even though they smoke like crazy, have excessive exposure to chromium and mercury and have a longer life expectancy?
Anti-oxidants--they typically drink 3 cups of green tea per day