Thursdays are TeaDays, 3/13/08


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Let's continue with the 1-5 scale, this time we get to the heart of the matter, how much do you enjoy TEA?

1: It is just tea, gimme a break, you TeaFreaks.
1
2%
2: Yeah, I like it, no biggie.
3
7%
3: I really like TEA.
4
9%
4: OK, I love TEA.
28
62%
5: I love TEA more than food. If I had to choose one, you know which I would choose.
9
20%
 
Total votes : 45

Postby Space Samurai » Mar 13th, '08, 22:58

I'm starting my tea drinking for the day, at 10 pm, with some Houji-genmaicha.
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Postby Mil » Mar 13th, '08, 23:18

I love tea, but I'd give it up tomorrow if I could drink milk again.
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Postby Proinsias » Mar 13th, '08, 23:26

Why can't you drink milk?
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Postby tenuki » Mar 13th, '08, 23:35

Chip wrote:
tenuki wrote: FP.


OK...we give up...FP?

Both of those oolong sound fantastic. The Legend...did you just replenish this one?


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Nope, I'm still drinking from the 150 g I bought in early fall, that and the alishan are lasting forever, don't need to much per cup and they are not going stale despite my using some new plastic containers (with inner lids). Guess I've found a new storage method. Not that I mind that they are lasting, but it would be nice to run out by the spring gao shan harvest. heh.. :)
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Postby tenuki » Mar 13th, '08, 23:38

I guess I was the only one who voted for #1 eh?
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Postby Mil » Mar 13th, '08, 23:39

Proinsias wrote:Why can't you drink milk?

Er, lactose intolerance. Usual story, I guess. I hit my early twenties and my body just turned on me. Hrmph.

I took up serious tea drinking as a replacement for milk, so I'm afraid the two are inextricably linked in my mind. Plus I'm a bit drunk (and therefore maudlin) tonight. Sorry. :lol:
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Postby Chip » Mar 14th, '08, 00:01

Mil wrote:I took up serious tea drinking as a replacement for milk, so I'm afraid the two are inextricably linked in my mind. Plus I'm a bit drunk (and therefore maudlin) tonight. Sorry. :lol:


Where are our "I'm a bit drunk" emoticons??? :idea:
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Postby Chip » Mar 14th, '08, 00:03

tenuki wrote:I guess I was the only one who voted for #1 eh?


As I wrote the poll answers, I thought to myself, "WWTS?"
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Postby Mil » Mar 14th, '08, 00:07

Chip wrote:Where are our "I'm a bit drunk" emoticons??? :idea:

I know! We definitely need some. I rather like this one :mrgreen:, but it doesn't really say "drunk", does it? Wacky, maybe, but not drunk.
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Postby Chip » Mar 14th, '08, 00:11

Mil wrote:
Chip wrote:Where are our "I'm a bit drunk" emoticons??? :idea:

I know! We definitely need some. I rather like this one :mrgreen:, but it doesn't really say "drunk", does it? Wacky, maybe, but not drunk.


Or I am smiling, but I may puke soon...
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Postby tenuki » Mar 14th, '08, 00:20

Mil wrote:
Chip wrote:Where are our "I'm a bit drunk" emoticons??? :idea:

I know! We definitely need some. I rather like this one :mrgreen:, but it doesn't really say "drunk", does it? Wacky, maybe, but not drunk.


Old school ascii emoticons are:

drunk :*)
very drunk %*}


I never would have imagined that knowing that would make me old... :(
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Postby Mil » Mar 14th, '08, 00:23

Chip wrote:
Mil wrote:I rather like this one :mrgreen:, but it doesn't really say "drunk", does it? Wacky, maybe, but not drunk.


Or I am smiling, but I may puke soon...

....Actually, yeah, that's a good description. We definitely need something else, though; there's a big difference between "I'm a bit drunk" and "I may puke soon." :P
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Postby Mil » Mar 14th, '08, 00:32

tenuki wrote:Old school ascii emoticons are: [....] I never would have imagined that knowing that would make me old... :(

If it helps, tenuki, I do remember the old school ascii emoticons. I'm just not quite old enough to have ever needed them to describe my own drunkenness. :wink:
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Postby tenuki » Mar 14th, '08, 00:33

Mil wrote:
tenuki wrote:Old school ascii emoticons are: [....] I never would have imagined that knowing that would make me old... :(

If it helps, tenuki, I do remember the old school ascii emoticons. I'm just not quite old enough to have ever needed them to describe my own drunkenness. :wink:


that is called rubbing the salt in the wounds not 'helping' Mil....
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Postby Mil » Mar 14th, '08, 00:42

tenuki wrote:
Mil wrote:If it helps, tenuki, I do remember the old school ascii emoticons. I'm just not quite old enough to have ever needed them to describe my own drunkenness. :wink:


that is called rubbing the salt in the wounds not 'helping' Mil....

*cackles evilly* Er, sorry, sorry. Can I get away with claiming that drinking makes me maudlin and evil? No? Darn. Guess I'm just naturally evil, then.
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