Dave’s just clicked the kettle, popped his favourite Chewbacca mug on the counter and is feeling fantastic, Dave worked hard so he can relax. Game of Thrones has just been added to Sky on Demand and Spotify has updated his favourite playlist.

Exhaling with hedonist relief he shuffles to the double-barrelled fridge, smiling to himself. The kettle just made that clicking sound, you know the one, the slight tick that kisses the ear like a Spanish lover on the plush shores of the Caribbean; magical.

With youthful excitement he moves to get the tea bags but – to his horror, to his dismay – he realises his mum has bought the supermarket’s own brand as a punishment for not “turning the bloody lights off.”

But Dave’s not just anyone, Dave is a millennial damn it. He whips out his phone faster than you can say Kardash – and Google’s “how to make a strong tea from cheap tea bags.”

Wham-bam, thank you, ma’am, up pops a blog from yours truly about how to make snob-tea from cheap tea bags. Dave reads the blog, follows the instructions and is just about to close the page when he notices a special offer for a gift wrapped all-in-one jasmine green tea hamper, he remembers that it’s his mum’s birthday soon and is so elated with his extra strong tea he orders one with a single, swift click of the PayPal button.

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