Tea_Pain: Duke is still somewhat incapacitated from the concussion he sustained this past weekend. I figured now would probably be just as good a time as any to get the obligatory Lipton review over with. You know... get the shitty one out of the way so we can truly *appreciate* our sponsorship. But still, we'll keep this review as unbiased as possible.
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Tea_Pain: Forgot to mention that Duke is still having a hard time typing. But, uh... let's just say I agree with all of that. From here on, I guess I'll have to act as translator while Duke smashes his head against the keyboard.
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Tea_Pain: So, like he just explained, we brewed the "tea" and watched it steep in regular glasses. Personally, I objected to letting anything made by Lipton ever touch my french press as it would undoubtedly give it /t/AIDS. From the assorted grunts, I could tell Duke wished for The Iron Goddess of Mercy to make an appearance and eat his soul so that this experience could actually end faster. The smells of wet dog and Roundy's-brand candy corn alone made him cry a little.
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Tea_Pain: D'aww, he's using numbers now. Adorable. Anyway, his wording of the taste of this brew (see: ";aweo2 oj1-8fgab jwoiav2iuv hald,vwuiy.") definitely sums up what I was feeling too. By drinking Lipton straight, like all men should, one gets a really complex flavor profile. I could single out all the flavors, but why do that when the most pronounced are along the lines of Lake Michigan, used cooking oil, Purell hand sanitizer, and even a little bergamot? If you think about it, this "tea" is very, eerily similar to Lake Michigan: it has random floaty things in it, tastes like E. coli soup, and it even sports a shade of brown that never goes out of style. All this for the price of $0.03 a bag! You get what you pay for, I guess. Any other thoughts, Duke?