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yummy ilove it why does nt it come pre made? i love tea. i like iced tea. dominic is stupid. i hate him. lalalalalala i want tacos. tea is good why don’t i make sense anymore? ah oh well, SHAKESSPEARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Zayna on 05.01.2009
i hate tea….it is the nastyest drink i have ever tasted@!!! i will only drink brisk tea form a store
i hate it eewwwwwww youck it gives me a headache and a stomach ache!!!!!!! yuck!!!
By Jessica White on 05.01.2009
while jon looked at helga he realised that the sex was not that good, he did not love her; he only spent the night with her for the promised cup of tea in the morning.
By jon on 05.01.2009
british. reminds me of my english boyfriend. twinings was his favorite. earl grey he liked, lady grey was my favorite. i miss him so much. remember walking through the grocery store to buy that tea and he was so elated that America had twinings. such a beautiful man.
By jordanne on 05.01.2009
I dont know much about tea but it went well at parties back in the day.
By Jake on 05.01.2009
Tea is kinda like coffee, only more distinguished. After all, Stephen Fry drinks tea, and who doesn’t wanna be Stephen Fry? I’ll tell you who. Green Day. Those f**kers.
By James Ashton on 05.01.2009
Soothing, calming, refreshing, energizing, ritualistic. I love tea, but don’t take the time to drink it often enough. Why is that?
By Laura on 05.01.2009
i just had a delicious cup of apple cinnamon tea… annnnnd just wrote about how I was looking forward to curling up with a book and a cup of tea on my twitter. irony,lol
By Ashley on 05.01.2009
tea is a drink best served hot..drink with a friend and contemplate life, listen to music, laugh, think of the past and future but mostly enjoy the present, enjoy each other, enjoy your tea.
By marissa on 05.01.2009
Tea is a drink the British Make
La di da la di da dee
and if tea could tell you what I wish to do
then la di da dee is what it would say
By No Socrates on 05.01.2009
Tea is one of the simplest and most delicious things invented by mankind. Leaves in water. How could be any sipler? And yet it delivers caffeine, vitamins, nutrients. Tea, in short, is beautiful.
By Tyler Brummet on 05.01.2009
I lifted a china decorated precious cup of black tea.
By EUGENIA on 05.01.2009
I’m not the biggest fan of tea. Unless it’s Milk Tea with boba. Or lavender or rose or some froofy shit. I do, however, find the tea-bagging *hilarious* and the fact that a ton of douchebags gathered around government buildings to make a statement on taxes calling themselves teabaggers just tickled me to pieces. This one chick had a hat with a wide brim and a shit ton of teabags dangling all around it… Old lady kept getting tea bagged in the face…. Joyfully.
By illiara on 05.01.2009
tea is for british people. and also chinese people. it was invented in china a million years ago. i like most tea. you can make tea out of weed and get high.
By sam on 05.01.2009
It seasoned my latest cup of creation this afternoon. Cold as it was. I feel a cold coming on, in fact> it’s a good thing I have tea to relieve myself. It was cinnimony and a little bit thymey. Tension tamer, they say. With a dragon on the front of it. Burn out the germs in this girl. My dragon is coming for the Swine.
By Allie on 05.01.2009
Afternoon tea for you and me
let’s start something new
I’ll be on my best behavior
I promise not to upset you.
Will you promise to always love me?
I have to have you with
My god this is the stupidest thing I’ve ever written!
By Afternoon on 05.01.2009
Anna drank earl gray. She stirred in much more cream than I would use and less sugar than most. As she takes the first sip, she looks you in the eye, and you know she is on a pedestal.
By Marie on 05.01.2009
Tea, many say it is the drink of youth. When talking to a senior citizen, they may often say that it is tea that has kept them living so long. Tea has been a part of our culture since the dawn of time., and will so until the dusk of time.
By Cleforo on 05.01.2009
I have always fancied iced tea to the hot kind. Maybe it is simply the American in me.
By Donovan on 05.01.2009
I am drinking to as I write. I enjoy tea it can be very refreshing. They make all kinds of tea now. When I was younger you brewed it yourself. You added your own sugar if you wanted. They make green tea now which is suppose to be very healthy. I do not understand why it is healthy all things are healthy in moderation aren’t they.
By Ron Eickmeyer on 05.01.2009
I hate tea – it tastes like dishwater. Sometimes I will tolerate a flavored tea when I’m sick -or on a really cold day. But mostly I’m a coffee drinker. Coffee is the best 2 x per day for me – have to have it in the afternoon. There are tea drinkers and coffee drinkers – I’m for coffee. I know a lot of people who love tea. What’s the attraction? Blah, blah, blah….
By Jan on 05.01.2009
drinking tea with you on the sidewalk. sipping from chipped china in bare feet. spring in the suburbs
By B on 05.01.2009
tea is a wonderful drink composed of various types of leaves and hot water. My favorites are earl grey and chai. chamomile is great too. white tea is interesting. I like it a lot. Tea is a very British thing to drink.
By Lizzy on 05.01.2009
I really enjoy drinking. It makes me think of my childhood, when my mom would make a fresh pitcher before pretty much every meal. I’m a little picky when it comes to tea. ANother one of my neuroses, I guess. I like fresh, hot tea, sweetened in the pitcher and poured over a lot of ice. The mixture of hot tea and ice gives you patches of hot and cool liquid, and I’ve always enjoyed the inconsistency of the temperature of a glass of tea like that.
By jj on 05.01.2009
Tea. Tea is a green leaf grown in countries such as Thailand and India. One of the biggest consumers of tea is Great Britain. Tea is often drank with one or two sugars and a tipple of milk.
By Ben Donaldson on 05.01.2009
tea. i want fruit tea like we used to have together. i just read your blog and i miss the yellow apartment. i miss the old days. i miss your laundry hanging in the living room. i miss staying up way too late. i miss the old days. oh gosh. but i don’t want to go back. i miss the five of us. it’s not five of us anymore :)
By a on 05.01.2009
Tea for two
Two for tea.
Me for you and
You for me.
By Paulie on 05.01.2009
drinking Meghan England India colonization corruption World War I China cookies teapots Mom collection Beth friends warmth sweet tea sounthern
By Amanda on 05.01.2009
The woman was elderly and had a faded British accent. When I walked in, she immediately poured me some tea and offered it. I didn’t have a taste for tea, but accepted it anyway to not be rude. We chatted the entire afternoon, with her pouring me more tea every time i ran out. By the end, I felt nearly drowned in the stuff.
By Cindy on 05.01.2009
raspberry warmed ice good thirsty delicious lemon blueberry chamomile green tea Texas gram’s house dad tea pitcher
By RisibleWitticism on 05.01.2009
its a kind of drink… or the last meal before bed if your english and you don’t eat supper, caused some pretty big issues in history av lost interest if am honest was hoping for a better word
By sean toland on 05.01.2009
I loved the way he made tea, unlike what I was used to. He boiled all the herbs and tea leaves in a pot of water, and the smell filled each corner of the room. It filled me, and warmed me once it entered my body. Like tea does, of course.
It is well known that black people and pancakes have nothing in common, and to say that they do, would draw the reply “What does that have to do with the tea in China?”
I can’t quite think of an adequate response for that, to be honest. What DO black people and pancakes have in common?? It seems to have been a minute.
By Zach on 05.01.2009
Down in Texas we would have the same kind of tea always made in a pitcher, and it was the best tasting tea in the world, I will never forget the smell or the weird way my mother made it before she died.
By Amy on 05.01.2009
tea leaves are green and sport classy sun glasses that allow them to see in the dark as well as in the extreme sunlight. Whenever my family and I go on vacation we take a hit of tea and go on a drive to the sea shore, where we play hopscotch and drink.
By christ ice on 05.01.2009
I am drinking tea now i am half way down my cup and i already want another brew it’s so nice but i know the next one won’t be like the last you only get one of “those” cups of tea in a day.
but i am running out of sugar which is horrid because i like sugar in my tea
By lisa collier on 05.01.2009
Boil on the pot.
Half way through my cup.
Stick the bag in.
The herbs soak
So does your taste buds.
By Hannah Sage on 05.01.2009
i used to have a slight obsession with tea
i think im over it now
i used to write a bunch of poems about tea and draw pictures of tea
its probably because i used to also have an obsession with the british
By taz on 05.01.2009
it is wonderful, simple yet a drink of all kinds, where did it come from, how is it here? I wonder as i sit here loking at the steam rising.
By Jack on 05.01.2009
if only you could really tell what was going to happen in tea leaves. then maybe we’d have known, he might not have gone to practice. but he did. and he died. if he’d seen it in the tea leaves, he’d have gone to the doctors. RIP kittim. our school will miss him.
By zzbrighteyeszz on 05.01.2009