Monday, July 24, 2006

Radioactive Tea


Since it was 100 degrees today, I decided to make some ice tea. (Being from the South, I make ice tea pretty much everyday, but that is beside the point.) I made it in the coffee pot like I usually do. I came back about a half hour later and poured it into my tea jug.

It was not that hot, so I am not certain what caused this. My poor tea jug melted in what can only be described as a Chernobyl type meltdown. Tea-rnobyl if you will.

If it glows in the dark, I won't drink it.
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4 comments:

J Hearne said...

If it glows, you should drink it. Need I refer you too all those cool radiation-induced-superpowers?

This is your chance.

Stephen Newell said...

Dude, this is proof that we Southerners have intestinal fortitude.

Ryan said...

Where did you get your tea that day, then?

Concerned,
-R

The Archer of the Forest said...

Radioactive tea update:

I checked the type of tea. This is what I get for using decaf.