The Luftwaffe couldn’t do it in 1940 and so there’s definitely no way some global pandemic is going to stop the Brits from enjoying a cuppa.
So, one of the UK’s most fabled institutions, Yorkshire Tea, has unveiled a witty new spot that encourages social distancing while doing the office tea round.
The spot’s the work of creative agency Lucky Generals and is called the “Social distancing teapot” and comes with a teapot with a glorious elongated spout that ensures you can still make a brew for colleagues while adhering to proper and safe social distancing etiquette.
Check out the fun below:
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