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View Poll Results: Do you drink Tea sometimes mate?
Yes. Everyday, multiple times a day. 10 28.57%
Yes. Everyday, but only once a day. 5 14.29%
Yes, at least once a week. 1 2.86%
Yes. Randomly though, I dont include it in my daily routine. 13 37.14%
Rarely. 3 8.57%
Never. 3 8.57%
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Old 10-13-2013, 10:22 AM   #91 (permalink)
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EEEEEyup, tea is awesome.
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Old 10-13-2013, 12:02 PM   #92 (permalink)
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the whole process is a lot more straightforward than applying ketchup to your burger and chips, as half the time you're left scratching your head on whether to put more ketchup on the burger or the chips.
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Old 10-13-2013, 12:04 PM   #93 (permalink)
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They're fries, motherf-ucker, and don't you forget it!!
French fries actually.
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You act like you don't drink tea. Tea is srs bizness yo.
I drink tea on the reg but I don't really give a **** so long as I'm getting my fix.

Also I'm not a ****ing anglophile, thats just offensive
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Old 10-14-2013, 07:53 AM   #95 (permalink)
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I love earl grey, delicious!
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Old 10-15-2013, 07:49 PM   #96 (permalink)
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Do You Guys Drink Tea Sometimes? Sometimes? What the hell? Every bloody day. Cuppa tea, a ciggy, couple of biccies and a good song - that's all any day needs to be good.
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I really need to get back into my tea groove. I used to have it every morning with my breakfast.

But I've got a couple different kinds in the cabinet right now. I've realized that peppermint and chamomile really help my anxiety, and just make me feel an awful lot better all around.
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For such an important activity its preparation is so simple and uniformed here. Water is just boiled and poured into a mug with a quality teabag, stirred and left to flavour and then taken out, before a small amount of cold milk is added and stirred in. Sugar is then added or not depending on how somebody takes it. In fact the whole process is a lot more straightforward than applying ketchup to your burger and chips, as half the time you're left scratching your head on whether to put more ketchup on the burger or the chips.
Wait...what?

*squeeze bottle*

*eat burger*

*done*

About as straight-forward as it gets. It makes jerking off in a sock sound like rocket science.


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Also I'm not a ****ing anglophile, thats just offensive
But...you've said you're obsessed with Britain. YOU SAID!!!
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Old 10-16-2013, 08:11 PM   #99 (permalink)
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But...you've said you're obsessed with Britain. YOU SAID!!!
She totally is and completely fronting right now for whatever reason.

She's always bigging up their tv shows and bragging about how much better they are compared to American shows.
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It's easy to like Britain from afar. Grass is always greener, innit, then you cross over and realise it ain't green. It's brown and lifeless.
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