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I usually boil tea water onů

  • Outdoor fire
  • Hearth
  • Stove burning room pressure liquid
  • Primus stove
  • Stove with LPG cylinder
  • Stove with municipal gas
  • Submerged water boiler
  • Electric stove
  • Induction stove
  • Water boiler
  • Electric kettle
  • Coffee machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Vending machine
  • Central heating
  • Solar hot water panels
  • Oven
  • Geyser or natural hot water springs
  • Car engine
  • Computer processor or video card
  • Lens collecting sunlight
  • Nuclear reactor
  • Volcano
  • Breathing fire
  • I make tea from cold water
  • I buy tea
  • I never drink or make tea

I guess this is too long as well. Should try to find a way to make it shorter. Or find a place for longer polls.

Update: added Geyser or natural hot water springs.

Update 2013-02-16: done at I usually boil water for tea using a(n) ....

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2012 (boiling tea water) by ambrus
in thread poll ideas quest 2012 by pollsters

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