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Tea Time at World's End

It's been a long day - you've been picking through the remains of society, looking for anything valuable to sell. You haven't found much, and you're stressed. But you know what'll do the trick? A nice hot cup of tea - it's the only proper way to relax, after all.

Too bad you don't have a kettle, and there isn't a single one in this whole sunbaked field of trash. But that's okay - you're resourceful. Design a tea kettle from pieces you'd find laying around after society's collapse.

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