@Jdalen I can tell by your picture you're a fan of the British series Fawlty Towers. I'm addicted to British comedies. There is an older comedy series called "Black Books" which I believe is still on Netflix (I've also watched a few episodes on YouTube) which centers on three quirky friends - one is the owner of a book shop, the other is his abused employee, and the third their female friend. I bring up the subject because the owner of the book store reminds me of a younger Basil Fawlty. Imagine Fawlty at about 30 years old - single - a heavy drinker - and working at a book store instead of a hotel. And equally abusive to his employee as Fawlty is toward Manuel - only not as physical.
What I've discovered about British comedies is either you love them ... or you simple don't get the humor. I still roll on the floor when watching the "Basil The Rat" episode of Fawlty Towers or the two Christmas episodes of Vicar Of Dibley - but there are certain members of my family who I've showed the episodes to ... and they didn't find anything humorous about either. So a word of warning to all who read this ... if you like British comedies you may enjoy "Black Books" ... if not ... stealing a line from Monty Python And The Holy Grail ... "run away"!
Most of the time, I drink water with lemon while smoking a pipe. If I do drink tea, it is always with sugar, a lot of sugar.