What’s the best way of telling someone that they have made you a poor cup of tea?
Pharmakeus Prime: Ask them for coffee next time.
Abby freeman: You don’t have to tell them just looking at the tea in a hurt horrified way works for me.
David France: Ask them if they don’t like you.
Rachel Newson: Run to the sink with it at arm’s length averting your face which is carrying a look of pure disgust.
checkedshoes: I learned as a locum pretty much to drink tea as it comes. I avoid coffee in shops I do not know in case it is too strong.
@Taj: You have to be blunt! I had a girl serve me cold brown milk when I asked 4 a coffee. I poured it down the sink in front of her.
@Pillmanuk: Spraying it out full forced followed by a retching action usually does the job.
Darshana Thaker: Spilling it down the sink and making a fresh one
Jo McMillan: Offer to give them a lesson?Say to them “you’re a coffee drinker, I take it?”
Cam: Shit tea is a sure fire way of getting on any pharmacist’s shit list.
Laura S Dorrian: Ah, but, given that it is not a statutory right, can we complain about bad tea?
Ronnie Patel: That I like my tea very strong
Natalie Davis: Tell that person straight. Bad tea is a no no!
Shazin Murji: Don’t drink it & go buy one.
Michelle Dyoss: Take a sip, say ugg and stick out your tongue.
Amanda Isles: Spill it and say oops…then make another…just remember if you take sugar avoid keyboards because the keys stop working and then your waiting times will increase.
Si Barass: Just say “it’s nice, but it’s not how my mum makes it”
@cocksparra: “I asked for a cup of tea, fool, you have brought me pond water.”
Aisha Adnan: “Wow!. Did u boil a bar of soap with water in kettle??”
Dinusha Herath: Oh I’m sorry did I ask for a tea? I meant coffee!?
Rachel Smyth: Drop the cup holding onto your throat gasping ‘water…I…need…water..’ before grabbing on to the sides of the dispensary and slowly slipping to the floor.
Helen Root: I’d tell you to make your own next time so I wouldn’t bother!
Tina A Smith: I’m in the let it go cold or quickly nip out and make yourself another group.
@dressage_diva: You MUST have the good tea and good biscuits.
Rachel Newson: I recognise all the tea reactions. I am a bad tea maker!
Cathy Cooke: I solve bad tea by making it for everyone when I’m in, then I get it how I like it!
Abs: Just pretend to be busy and let the tea go cold. Or say ‘you’re a coffee person aren’t you?’
Nirvair Singh Gill: This should not happen if you make tea making an essential part of the interview process.
Jason Peett: THEY MAKE YOU TEA!!Where do you work? Clearly staff have too much time on their hands! Next you’ll be saying you have biscuits too!