Products tagged with 'operators tea'
Start brewing your own delicious cold brew tea at home, in the office, on holiday or on the go with this convenient Cold Brew Tea Kit.
"Get Some" is a phrase meaning simply to do what you got to do when you got to do it. Sometimes you just fancy a brew. "Get Some" is also Operators slang for the desire to get down to business.
If you just cant get enough gourmet tea "The Super Six" is the perfect combo for you and your team. You will get 6 caddies with a total of 60 pcs. gourmet tea bags and 300g bulk tea ready to get you brewing.
Because of the need for expedient and clear communication, Operators all over the world use their own terms, jargon and acronyms. The names of our tea blends goes back to a cartoon movie of the three brothers FUBAR/TARFU/SNAFU made by the Warner Bros during World War II.
Bravo Zulu: The term originates from the Allied Signals Book and means: Well Done! The term is used by Operators to congratulate and compliment someone for outstanding performance.
FUBAR: Fucked Up Beyond All Repair. Operators slang for when the situation is out of control and you need to conduct decisive action to regain control of the situation. The term FUBAR goes back to a World War II cartoon movie of the three brothers FUBAR/TARFU/SNAFU.
Night Vision is a superpower that gives Operators the ability to see in very low light conditions. After sunset you can always rely on your “Mark One Eyeball”.
SITREP: Situation Report. A periodic report of the current military situation in a particular area of operation. Operators slang meaning “How are you?”.
SNAFU: Situation Normal All Fucked Up. Operators slang stating that for the moment the level of control and chaos is in balance. The term SNAFU goes back to a World War II cartoon movie of the three brothers FUBAR/TARFU/SNAFU.
TARFU: Things Are Really Fucked Up. Operators slang used to express that the situation just went from bad to worse. The term TARFU goes back to a World War II cartoon movie of the three brothers FUBAR/TARFU/SNAFU.