16 thoughts on “T stands for Consent”

  1. I loved the video, I did have to laugh at the comparison of tea to sex. DH was listening and all he said was “They put milk in tea?” He only drinks iced tea, no coffee, so putting milk in iced tea doesn’t sound inviting…LOL
    Thanks for the visit and the lovely comment…
    Happy T-day

  2. Brilliant and chilling all at the same time.
    Well done public service message.
    I am a huge fan of Morse, Lewis and Hathaway.
    We only seem to get ancient reruns here in the U.S. but that doesn’t stop me from watching 😉
    Happy T Day
    Thank you for visiting my Magpie’s Nest Viktoria
    oxo

  3. wow…this is a great message…made me laugh in parts, and it really is quite an effective way to explain the concept. plus, I always love listening to Brits talk…I just don’t think US accents are that cool… 😉

  4. This is BRILLIANT. I am also a BIG fan of Morse, Lewis, and Hathaway, but this is possibly even more brilliant. Of course, I kept waiting for the other person to stand up and say “STOP,” but this still got the message across a bit more subtly than I would have.

    I’m one of those weirdos who likes milk/cream with my tea on occasion, but not all the time. For me it depends on the type of tea I’m drinking.

    Thanks for sharing this fun post with us for Consent day (OOPS!!!) I mean T this Tuesday.

  5. That’s a great message, wrapped up in a fun way. Brilliant!
    Yes, the British put milk in tea. Their tea is so black and strong that it is horrible to drink without milk.
    Oh yes, I love Lewis and Morse too. Haven’t watched any of them for years. Must scour Youtube and see if there is one I haven’t seen.
    Thanks for commenting earlier and
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

  6. I loved this. Makes things pretty clear even for those entitled-feeling folks who just don’t understand things like, “no,” and “I’ve changed my mind.” Perfect!

    And yes, milk in tea. I learned to drink hot tea as a child with milk and sugar and then later switched to lemon. Now the only time I want anything in hot tea is when I’m sick and want to add sugar. Y’all don’t drink iced tea? It’s definitely a thing here.

    I always did like Morse and then Lewis after that. I haven’t gotten into Endeavor as much.

    1. No, iced tea, if it appears anywhere, is an odd Americanity. In Italy we once saw canned mixes of orange soda and tea, kind of like Germans like to mix beer and fruit soda. We are die-hard milk&tea drinkers, but Swedes in general are very partial to fruity teas. (yuck!) I´ll go for lemon as a second alternative, then coffee…

      We do watch Endeavour, but I just can´t buy him as Morse. No way. Not the same person. Something about the eyes: Endeavour is so wide-eyed, like a naive child, and “the real” Morse was a suspicious, grumpy sort from childhood, I think. Hm, this discussion reminds me of when I went with the girlfriends to see “Pride&Prejudice” with Kiera Knightley & Matthew McFadyen. We kept dissing it for not being enough like “the real” P&P, with Jennifer Ehle & Colin Firth. Silly… 😀 After a while one of the girls started calling the Firth-version “the documentary”, sarcastically but still with her heart in it. LOL

      1. I think that’s my problem with Endeavor: he’s just not Morse. His body type and face seem all wrong somehow. As you say, a wide-eyed look that doesn’t quite fit. I had kind of forgotten them, though, so maybe I need to give them another chance.

        Your P&P discussion sounds like my Wuthering Heights discussions from ages past. lol

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