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How to make Hot Chocolate.

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#9
All of British humour?

It varies from program to program, it's not like it's all the same.

Ironically Mr Bean is about the lowest form of humour there is; slapstick and farce.
 

Kevin

Well-known member
#10
Ironically Mr Bean is about the lowest form of humour there is; slapstick and farce.
Sadly, thanks to that horrible movie a few years ago, Mr. Bean is the only major exposure to British comedy that many of my fellow Americans have been exposed to. :(
 

jmurrayhead

Well-known member
#11
All of British humour?

It varies from program to program, it's not like it's all the same.
ah! Don't take it so seriously...I'm just taking a dig at the British based off of a stereotype...much like all the people who have taken a dig at us Americans on here...only in a more playful, non-hateful way :)

Ironically Mr Bean is about the lowest form of humour there is; slapstick and farce.
I probably wouldn't enjoy it now. The last time I watched Mr. Bean I was in 8th grade. So about 12-13 years ago.
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
#16
But what if I don't have an automatic 'stream' cup?
Time to take apart a slot car , grab the motor and hook it up to a cylinder and calibrate the speed...or make your own mini-whipper.

The cup is an awesome concept though....how much was that?
 

Edrondol

Well-known member
#17
Time to take apart a slot car , grab the motor and hook it up to a cylinder and calibrate the speed...or make your own mini-whipper.

The cup is an awesome concept though....how much was that?
$19. I got 2. One for me to show off at work and the other for my mother-in-law who drinks coffee but has arthritis so bad she has a hard time stirring in her creamer.
 

physicspirate

Well-known member
#19
All of British humour?

It varies from program to program, it's not like it's all the same.

Ironically Mr Bean is about the lowest form of humour there is; slapstick and farce.
I love mr bean haha. Growing up I only had one tv channel in the house, CBC. Mr. bean came on the tube around christmas for weeks, and I loved it. I think it even ran every sunday, but im not sure.
 
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Floris

Guest
#20
You motivated me to consider adding a non-metal spoon in the microwave so when I put my nessae powder chocolate thingy in a mug with milk, all i have to do is turn on the microwave for 1,5 minutes.