I decided to have a go at the ancient art of tea bag folding. Invented in Holland by a lady called Tiny van der Plas, when she wanted to make someone a lovely, thoughtful birthday card and all she had handy were some gammy tea bags. Cheers for that, love.
The art has obviously come on a long way since then. Here is a fine example done by a master tea-bagger:
Beautiful. I am obviously not up to that standard yet. I am merely taking my first baby steps and dipping my toe into the toasty-warm waters of tea-baggery. My initial efforts were a total shambles, but now with practise I am ready to showcase some of my work to the world:
Rather special, I think you'll agree. Okay, not as good as the masters. But my tea-bagging is improving. I still need to work out where they get the different colours and pretty flowers from. The internet is no use. Most of the time when I search for tea bag related activities I get some rather unsavoury specialist pictures. Cheeky. I think I'll try some posh tea next, like Typhoo. That might be the secret...
Yeah, great. Just chuck us the tea bags when you're done.