Re: Tea bag crisis.
- From: Peter Ward <me@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2008 19:50:18 +0000
On Thu, 07 Feb 2008 19:08:14 +0000, Marc Wilson wrote:
In uk.misc, (Hot Badger Deluxe) wrote in
On Thu, 07 Feb 2008 18:12:48 +0000, Mogga wrote:
I wouldn't call teabags edible.
They're a bit too chewy and the leaves get stuck in your teeth.
When I was at uni, someone started stealing tea bags. The guy whose tea
bags were being stolen had a rather good idea - he spiked a number of them
with Italian Seasoning, and left them in an easily accessible place. The
thief stopped pretty quick.
Chums of mine had a milk thief. You could order milk and it would be
delivered in a crate in your block kitchen, by a proper milkman and all,
and someone was taking more than they were paying for. They had a very
clear suspicion about who it was, but they'd never caught him.
So my chums got up very early one morning, and replaced the bottles with
some they'd prepared earlier, dosed with laxative.
The perp spent most of the next day in the bog - and most of the next week
hiding, before requesting a transfer to another college.
 Not sure quite what it was, but one of the chums was a chemistry
Phenolphthalein springs immediately to mind. A good way to indicate
I'm an alien
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