Thursday, 29 April 2010

Tea time




Is there anything more gloriously British than a nice cup of tea?


Earl Grey, Lady Grey, English breakfast, peppermint, green tea with mint. Ah, I love them all... and so many more.

Tea saves the day.

Had a shock? Have a cup of tea.
Had some bad news? Have a cup of tea.
Feeling thirsty? Have a cup of tea (it's refreshing, apparently).

The water at work has been shut off for the last two days due to some builders making lots of noise and doing some work on the pipes (I just saw them drinking a lot of tea. Ironic, given that I COULDN'T). It eventually got turned back on at about 3.30 this afternoon.

What was the first thing we did? Dash to the toilets to flush them repeatedly and cackle maniacally? Douse ourselves in gallons of water, just because we could? Indulge in a water fight?

No. We put the kettle on and made a brew.


Sometimes I really love being British.


3 comments:

Chamuca said...

I love it. LOL

P said...

I don't get the appeal of tea. I will (reluctantly, but for health purposes) drink fruit or green tea, but I hate normal tea. The first time I tried tea, I puked. Funny how that puts me off TEA, but not alcohol...

Helen said...

Chamuca - I have 14 types of tea in my cupboard at work. I have issues.

P - I don't really drink normal tea either. I'm all about the herbal tea!