Foreign Objects in Tea


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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby Poohblah » May 7th, '12, 18:41

"Carbonite" is the term used in Cloud City for shupu.
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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby gasninja » May 7th, '12, 19:07

my crackerjack prize highlights would be a whole edamame pod out of an 80's large leaf sheng cake that I pulled out of the pot arround brew five.

also a large rodent tooth out of a more recent high end boutique sheng. Thankfully that didn't make it into the pot.

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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby TomVerlain » May 7th, '12, 19:49

One wonders what happened to the rest of the giant rat of sumatra
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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby TwoDog2 » May 8th, '12, 04:24

TomVerlain wrote:One wonders what happened to the rest of the giant rat of sumatra


That is a very special edition "Lao shu" bing...
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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby teaisme » May 8th, '12, 13:30

hehe yeah I was wondering where the rest of the rodent was too...

Suppose it's not such a big deal really, I mean usda lets rat hair and droppings etc into our food at set limits so a tooth doesn't really seem that bad
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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby TwoDog2 » May 9th, '12, 22:33

TIM wrote:http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=7448&p=81518&hilit=grasshopper#p81518


Upping your protein intake...
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Re: Foreign Objects in Tea

Postby SilentChaos » May 10th, '12, 00:15

:o :shock: :o :roll: :cry: I am now scared of pu. If I ever see a tooth or a hopper leg in a whole cake.....I would just run. I wouldn't touch let alone steep any part of the cake. Btw, is that Han Solo brick for real? It looks like ....pu gel? :roll:
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