8 thoughts on “Lesser Tea Or No Tea? That’s The Question

  1. Moom says:

    Just after the Iron Curtain had fallen, our Polish neighbors on a campsite used to hang teabags out to dry on a tent line, so the could use them once more. My mother had pity with them and gave them two packages of tea bags. I was truly  impressed how happy they were with something that was in my view such a simple gift.

    • Tze says:

      That’s really cute! It reminds me of the yearly collection some supermarkets do for the national food bank…they always ask for plain black tea. Just imagine not even having tea…

  2. Zomink says:

    Oooh, living life on the edge, I see! I always forget to keep track of our coffee stash and have crazy decaffeinated panic when I wake up to realize that there’s no coffee in the house. D:

    • Tze says:

      That’s an even bigger risk! No coffee in the house is a good excuse for Starbucks for me though. :p

      • Zomink says:

        Ah it’s true . . . it’s pricey so I don’t go often, but some days I could really kill for a frapuccino. KILL. 

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