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British man live-tweets desperate, 11-hour struggle to make tea using Wi-Fi kettle

LONDON — If ever you needed proof of just how much British people love their tea, cast your eyes over the heroic struggles of the man below. SEE ALSO: British tea drinking etiquette perfectly explained in charts On Tuesday, data specialist Mark Rittman embarked on a mission to make a cup of tea using his new Wi-Fi kettle. It sounded simple enough, but — as Rittman had to integrate the iKettle into his already very well-connected home — it didn't quite go according to plan.
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