Most Annoying Things that Can Happen After You've Made a Cup of TeaI'm once again going to try a list that doesn't involve talking about the best or worst things and instead do something random and unique. I hope this one ends up better than my last one, which was awful. In any case, I adore a good cup of tea, but also have had many things that have happened that are really annoying. This is a list containing some of these issues.
The Top Ten
If you've ever done this before, you know how bad it is. It starts off tasting normal, then it's as if you just drank straight from the ocean.
It's even worse when you have made the cup of tea for someone else and they find out
Nah, that's at least funny. It's nasty either way, but watching someone else is absolutely hilarious
You have 2 choices in this situation, reach in and burn your hand trying to remove it (you can use something to fish it out, but who cares? ) before drinking it, knowing that a fly landed in it, or you could pour it out, meaning you have to deal without your hot beverage, or make another one.
Cold tea sucks. Iced tea is good, but lukewarm tea looses a lot of flavor and becomes very bitter. Especially for oolong tea.
This is the most common thing to happen to me, and it really annoys me.
I don't care about this, I'll drink both hot and cold stuff
Usually I don't mind, but when you put milk in it, it separates slightly and tastes a bit weird.
This one's just annoying because you burned your hand, have to put whatever you were wearing in the wash, have to make yourself a new cup of tea, and possibly broke a mug.
This makes the next couple of sips extremely gross feeling, as it feels almost slimy. The rest of the cup will be considerably less pleasant due to the lack of creaminess though.
In Australia, the temperature can get really stupid, yet I'm still the kind of stubborn idiot to make myself a morning cup of tea.
At a school camp, we had access to boiling water and tea, so for my breakfast and lunch, I'd make myself a cup of tea, and my friends thought that I was a caffeine addict. In reality, caffeine barely affects me, I drink so much tea because I love the taste
I've scalded the roof of my mouth too many times thanks to my impatience
And then you just stay there flapping your tongue like a madman
Yes! I'll never learn.
I swear that it's literally impossible to learn from that particular mistake
My mum drank my tea once after forgetting she'd already drank hers.
Sure, black tea isn't bad, but I prefer tea with milk and sugar. On top of this, I make my brew my tea in proportion with how much sugar and milk I want to use, leaving it to brew longer than it should be leaves it tasting unnecessarily bitter and unpleasant