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Stupid Astronomer Tricks #13: Weak tea — 1 Comment

  1. 🙂 One of my aunts (now deceased) had a reputation in the family for liking her tea weak. One of my cousins assumed that she would “just lightly skim the tea bag over the water.” Sounds like hers might have been stronger than your colleague’s. She was a Registered Nurse, not a theorist.

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