Biscuit Theory

The biscuit is proportional to the cup of tea. Both must represent the other in taste and sensation. One is solid, one is liquid.

One must take the proper preparation before enjoying both biccy and cuppa for example, the body is physically relaxed, the mind is clear of distraction and clutter.

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When all is prepared and conditions are ready, the recipient must take biccy in one hand, cuppa in the other. With confidence and grace, biccy is submerged approximately halfway into cuppa.

Thus, biccy is partially submerged, weakening the solidity of it’s natural state, therefore creating yummyness. This state of perpetual scrumptiousness is what I like to call “scrummy biccy”. The aforementioned scrummy biccy is then consumed, followed by the contrasting “crumbly” half of biccy, in order to achieve a state of sensual bliss.

A slurp of cuppa afterwards is natural and the process is then repeated until satisfaction is achieved. Chin-chin!

 

 

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