A qualified Indian tends to be one who has bought, rather than studied for, his or her qualification and is generally incapable of making a brew, let alone anything slightly technical. As @earth will confirm...
Did the school run, had breakfast and a brew at a lovely little bijou cafe I like while I read the Times, went back to bed, got up for lunch (bacon grill and fried egg banjo) which I shared with the dog, watched a bit of council scum in shyte houses on the telly, now on the school run again. Being retired is gash!
Serves the OP right for leaving the Army and getting one of them real job whatsits in the real world and having to pay mortgage, council tax, dental treatment, utilities etc like real people and pay for adventure training and sports like they do in the real world.
This real world is starting to grate on me a little bit too if I'm honest.
This morning I discovered they've changed our free tea bags for the Yorkshire Tea "one cup" variety. I have to use two of them now to get the same strength brew.
I got an email today. That's 2 already this month. Shit just got real...
I got to work just after 7 this morning. Allowing for 10 minutes or so for the duff PC to boot up, I had waded through the huge cough pile of emails awaiting my attention and was all done by just after 8. I am now looking very busy. Oh yes, very busy indeed.