So anyone that knows me knows that I am a bit of a fan of a cup of tea. A recent tweet I wrote got me thinking of all the words that you can incorporate the word tea into to give them new meanings. So here is a dictionary, (of sorts!), dedicated to the steaming brown stuff. Oh wait!! Erm, dedicated to that British institution! That sounds a bit better!! 😀
Tea-fill – To replenish ones’ cup of the good stuff.
Tea-total – When all you drink is tea. (Yes, even in a pub, much to the barman’s annoyance!)
Tea-nager – When you get a strop on because you need a cup of tea.
Tea-tering – When you put your mug down on the corner of a magazine.
Tea-cher – When you show someone how to make a cup of tea ‘your way’. (Properly! 😉 )
Tea-se – When someone suggests putting the kettle on. Then doesn’t!
Tea-cake – How tea should always be presented, in conjunction with a slab of cakey goodness.
Tea-k – The colour some heathens like their tea. 😉
Tea-pee – When you have had a few too many cups of tea.
Tea-vee – My favourite combination of an evening!
Am I the only one this keen on tea?? Where is the weirdest place you’ve asked for/drank a cuppa?