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We then invited the TwitGP collective to send in pictures of their own MotoGP tea-making facilities, because, after all, it was a Friday afternoon and it beat getting bogged down in a tedious debate about the quality of racing.
First to show was the splendid @izzymotogp with her Morphy-Rossi Rapid Boil:
|This actually looks quite good, as far as kettles go.|
Then @SimonGallagher1 eloquently revealed that his "dad is gonna shit himself when he sees this badboy."
|It is, indeed, a badboy.|
Well known wit, raconteur and paddock exile @ianwheeler then told us that despite a demographically-aware marketing campaign, he still had some Ant West kettles left over (which always stay upright even on wet surfaces, de dum tish):
|Ian used to be a busy man.|
|Now say "Tom Tutti Frutti Mootea Luthi" out loud.|
You'd think that would be it. How could there possibly be people left who still wanted to make kettle-based fun out of MotoGP? Step up @sofaracer:
"The Toni Elias" made us laugh like a drain. As did @sofaracer's next MotoGP Kettle, "The Marco Simoncelli":
|"fast, but not reliable..."|
This from @Cormac46, risking the wrath of his mother:
And finally this from @nicklunac, who is ACTUALLY in Texas with this Colin Edwards edition:
Madness, utter madness. But perhaps not quite as mad as the $1298 Ben Spies coffee machine that started this all off.
@sofaracer just realised he ACTUALLY owns this:
|words fail us|
While @elefantmans points out Clinica Mobile are also in on the act:
|Is there a pullover-wearing doctor in the house?|