101 uses for a tea bag

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Post: #76621 circlecross
Thu Nov 15, 2007 10:41 pm

14. Compost the contents, then sew up into stockings?

Finally, we've worked out what to do with all the petrochemicals left on the planet

OK - I confess...dh at the keyboard hence the flippancy!

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Post: #76622 circlecross
Thu Nov 15, 2007 10:49 pm

I was trolled - hijacked! I don't really have a fixation with nylon teabags!

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Post: #77523 Urban Ayisha
Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:57 pm

15. i think it was aggy and whats her face the scottish one that use them to restain/polish/'bring out the colour' of wooden furniture

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Post: #77697 mrsflibble
Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:53 pm

ina wrote:13. Turn it into a rollup and smoke... No, I've not tried that (don't smoke), but I read about it in one of Christopher Brookmyre's books: a guy in prison stretched one dehydrated teabag into two rollups... :roll:


I've smoked banana skins.... never smoked tobacco or tea bags though lol!
oh how I love my tea, tea in the afternoon. I can't do without it, and I think I'll have another cup very
ve-he-he-he-heryyyyyyy soooooooooooon!!!!


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