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Nicey replies: That sounds like the ultimate nightmare scenario. Perhaps it could be worked into the plot line of an action movie, so that after the tail falls off the 747 most of their limbs have been torn, hacked or shot off, all the air is sucked out and both bombs are about to go off they are forced to drink tea from an American vending machine.

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Nicey replies: Yes I once had to work in a place that had those. I don't think it was a malfunction that they could make stupid drinks, it was all part of the service. You could also make double strength drinks, which were twice as nasty.

Barbara Dwyer
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Nicey replies: I think most people would rather sign a waiver saying they are prepared to use a kettle and their own sensible mug rather than cope with floppy cups of not quite scalding 'drink' (term used loosely).