So anyway, you can make 2 cups of tea with one bag. Following this useful guide should make your rat pack go a little further. 1. Notice that there are 2 mugs - but only 1 tea bag! 2. Look! The tea bag is in the mug on the left. You may start by placing it in the mug/cup on the right but if you do, ensure that you reverse all subsequent instructions in order to achieve the effect. 3. Fill the first mug with boiling water. Using warm/tepid/cool/cold water will disappoint. 4. Give it a jolly good stir and allow Brownian motion to work its wonders! 5. Using a spoon remove the tea bag. IMPORTANT: do not attempt to squeeze the bag out on the side of the mug! 6. Drop the tea bag into the bottom of the second mug. 7. Again, remember to add boiling water! Note: if you reversed the order earlier, you may now have water all over the place. Look and try again. 8. Stir...Brownian motion...etc 9. At this point, remove the tea bag and, using the spoon, squeeze the bag out on the side of the mug to extract full benefit. 10. Now add milk. Putting milk in before doing the thing with water is a foul act perpetrated in council estates. 11. Repeat. 12. Serve and await applause.