I'm an avid fan of Coronation Street and it seems with every minor crisis or for any visitor they say "put the kettle on" or "shall i put the kettle on". I know kettle means tea pot but do Brits still put the kettle on as ubiquitously as it seems on Corrie, or is this some outdated habit? Do Brits still put the kettle on?
UK: Put the Kettle On????
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