>How about a handle
How about no? I have no idea who is the retard who decided to stick handles on tea and coffee cups but he must have been dropped on his head a couple of times.
>He doesn't understand Wabi-sabi
>can't hold a non-handled cup with one hand
>using such thin cups that you can feel the heat of what's inside
>having such pussy hands that you get "scalded" by an insulated cup
>getting scalded by a non-liquid
>It just lets itself be used without opposing any resistance.
And your tea cups have handles to grab them by, just like you cowardly western dogs must have leashes to prevent you from running away before the mighty samurai's advance.
When was the last time you actually saw a flip phone in your japanese animes
not since like mirai nikki
when was that
Western tea cups are like fine women. You treat them gently and they'll return the favor by not burning your hands. You rush and touch them roughly and it'll burn. See that's poetry, not like your vertical moonrune verse shit you're so proud of.
We had infrared fucking ages ago. I remember transferring files to my PC from my Nokia by lining up my phone with a small black brick. Couldn't break line-of-sight or else the file would not go through. They also had to be quite close to each other.
Now I have Bluetooth. I can do the same shit without taking my phone out of my pocket.
It just tastes wrong. It's like sugar water, which is completely disgusting, with a neglible bit of something else, regardless of how strong the tea was before the sweetness was added.
Well, coffee is disgusting in any form, regardless of what is added to it, so that doesn't really count.
Something about how coffee works makes it seem to permeate the flavor of anything it is in, even from the smallest amount of coffee, and makes it taste nasty.
sweet tea tastes fucking awful. it just gets gross sugary mess.
Nah, cream and sugar works with coffee. Sometimes milk and sugar can work with tea, but not usually since it subverts the flavor of the tea.
But I had to stop drinking Coffee because it too much /sugar
>mfw americans have to add sugar and milk to tea
who the fuck thought forks were a good idea?
> let's just stab our fucking food like barbarians, and half the time the shit slips off because some fucknugget thought to make them slippery when they rely on fucking friction to function.
How can you possibly have difficulty eating with forks? They're literally the simplest thing to use - stab your food and go. How fucking retarded can you be to have it "slip off half the time"?
I don't know why barbed forks never caught on
Coffee - Little to no milk, no sugar
Black tea - 1 teaspoon of sugar if it's cheap shit, nothing if it's good. Lemon is good but I usually can't be fucked getting one. No milk.
Green tea - Nothing
>adding milk to tea
>adding anything to tea
Jesus fucking Christ /a/.
>Same way you would with a coffee, just top it off with a bit of milk after you take the tea bag out.
I've tried that before, but it always seems to come out weird, like the temperature difference made it not mix well or something. That, or maybe it's supposed to taste like that and I just evidently don't like milk tea.
I'll never get the hang of metal chopsticks. Disposable ones have the best friction and make gripping the food so much easier than slippery ones, followed by nice wooden ones. Plastic is hit or miss.
Please note I had no idea what I was doing, which is why I asked for advice on how to do it right. Hell, I don't even know how I would change the tea-making process to fix the issues you're describing. I'm an American, I don't know this shit.
What you mean just "don't drink the dregs"? You drink a drink, that's it.
It's pretty old. I don't know about eternal, though.
The only time adding anything to tea is acceptable is when you're adding honey to hot tea to make it soothing to drink for a sore throat when sick. Otherwise, no milk, no sugar, no lemon, nothing.
>using milk in coffee
>not adding a dash of cream and a tea spoon or 2 of sugar
you are missing out dude.
Don't leave the tea bag in too long and don't take it out too early, trial and error probably helps since it varies from tea to tea. And let it cool for awhile.
>there are people who don't eat the skins of kiwis
The word fork comes from the Latin furca, meaning "pitchfork." Some of the earliest known uses of forks with food occurred in Ancient Egypt, where large forks were used as cooking utensils. Bone forks had been found in the burial site of the Bronze Age Qijia culture (2400–1900 BC) as well as later Chinese dynasties' tombs. The Ancient Greeks used the fork as a serving utensil, The Greek name for fork is still used in some European languages, for instance in the Venetian, Greek, and Albanian languages.
What would using agave nectar have to do with being a vegan or not? I mean, even the whole concept of vegans not eating honey because it tortures the bees or something is so off base it's funny. The bees used for honey are treated much better than the bees used to fertilize the regular crops that vegans cream (non-dairy kind) themselves over.
>Not coconut sugar
Shit is fucking delicious I tell you!
>not drinking your tea unsweetened
Green tea is great on it's own, but it's also not too shabby with milk and honey.
Fight me nigga.
Devil Survivor had them. I don't have a picture. Have an Airi. She's cute.
This shit is the best. Used to be a bit growing along the side of my fence in my backyard.
Uncle cut them all except for one little piece. I replanted it further out in the middle and now theres a forest. It's getting to be too much though. If I knew better as a kid I would have left it at the side.
Slavfags will drik out of anything.