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Apologies — 31 Comments

  1. mmmmm so thats what caused my communication problem – tea! I might have known – so how do I fix it?

  2. Tip your computer over a mug, and the tea will just pour out. It should be still hot, so you can drink it if you like…

  3. ha! My computer had the same issue last week. My six year old ball of exuberance charged into my office and knocked over my cup of coffee. The only problem I had after that, was when cleaning it up, I accidently pushed the ‘mute’ button on the side and couldn’t hear my family on Skype. (Which thinking about it, maybe wasn’t a bad thing after all?) Condolences to your machine Grandad.

  4. Tricia – Laptop is well used to this kind of treatment. I find it lubricates the keys quite nicely too.

    Mr Kipling – Glad to oblige. You can use the tea to wash down one of your exceedingly nice cakes?

  5. The little man who talks to you, that no one else can hear? I’d worry about that…

  6. Freshly made it may be, but it has just been spat from a person’s mouth. I’ll pass on this occasion.

  7. Mmmmm YUM.

    But needs more sugar.

    I suppose you’re sweet enough Grandad, you don’t need to add it?

    😉

  8. Are you sure your tea is compatible with all major browsers and the latest versions?

  9. I used to soak sheets of paper in tea for the aged effect for artistic projects. I see now it doesn’t work on MS Word docs. Thanks for proving this.

  10. But it’s been in your mouth!!! Bleurgh.

    I remember you did the same thing when I was 6 and you scared the shit out of me. I thought your head had exploded.

  11. Emordino – It give it that extra flavour?!

    Susan – Ah! The sugar must have filtered out in the phone lines on its way to you. Sorry about that.

    Sixty – It always pays to keep stuff up to date. Did your firewall warm it nicely for you?

    TheChrisD – My tea [and all other bodily fluids] are fully W3C compliant, you’ll be pleased to hear.

    TT – Twenty? Twenty who?

    Spahetti – You are more than welcome. I’m glad to hear that my near demise has had such beneficial side effects.

    K8 – ? What happened? Please remind me. It sounds like a good one.

  12. Jim C – It would have to be Irish, and I would have to charge for that. There is an excise duty on exported alcohol.

  13. I agree with Jim C. Clearly, the leaf doesn’t agree with you. This never happens with good whiskey.

  14. Spag Hopp [any relation to Spaghetti?] – If I switched from tea to whiskey and drank the same quantity, my life would probably end up even more chaotic than it is at the moment. Either that, or I’d be dead.

  15. Your tea-flood-episode obviously wiped out my ‘hetti. Your possibly recent tea vs whiskey live experiment has made a Hopp out of my good family name. I won’t tell the rest of the tin.

  16. I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly
    I must learn how to spell Spaghetti Hoop properly

  17. Thanks Grandad! Our ancestors no longer turn in their sauce.

    The Hoops

  18. Oy! I just looked you up on the database and you are fifteen months past your sell-by date?

  19. Thanks Grandad. My ancestors have stopped turning in their sauce.

  20. What database. And I have my tin teams expiring well past the recession. Remember, we all have 3 Grandads. If you do a Twenty on us, we’re left with two…most of them expired.

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