Friday TeaDay 8/15/08 Coffee vs. Tea


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How much coffee in relation to tea do you consume currently?

100% tea. You are perfect!
29
52%
90% tea/10% coffee. Almost perfect!
15
27%
80% tea/20% coffee. You are nearing perfection!
4
7%
70% tea/30% coffee. You are on the right forum, congrats!
3
5%
60% tea/40% coffee. Come on, give up the bean!
1
2%
50% tea/50% coffee. You want to be saved, right?
4
7%
40% tea/60% coffee. You can be saved!
0
No votes
30% tea/70% coffee. You are beyond hope!
0
No votes
20% tea/80% coffee. You just like to hang around Tea people?
0
No votes
10% tea/90% coffee. You know this is TeaChat, right?
0
No votes
0% tea/100% coffee. Why are you even reading this?
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 56

Postby Salsero » Aug 16th, '08, 02:36

I aim to please.


I suppose this means I have to drag out my little tea photo studio after packing it all up today. Too bad ... Mrs. Salsero was so happy about it being gone.
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Postby auggy » Aug 16th, '08, 02:46

Salsero wrote:I suppose this means I have to drag out my little tea photo studio after packing it all up today. Too bad ... Mrs. Salsero was so happy about it being gone.

Or you could send it all off to me. I'd give it a good home.

Not use it NEAR as well, but I'd love it and pet it and walk it everyday.

:wink:
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Postby Victoria » Aug 16th, '08, 04:09

Well I'm coming in way late here!
I'm been offline most of the afternoon and all evening,
and it's tomorrow already, but I wanted to say:
Sal your photos are great!
I'm glad you decided to stay, I'm glad you kept your streak alive!
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Postby Riene » Aug 16th, '08, 08:27

Salsero wrote:Thank you all so much for saying such nice things. Still, I know that there are some, many (?) perhaps, who are sick of seeing so much of this little blue carp and in respect for them I will try to be a better forum citizen.


I'm still relatively new here, and will say for the record that I enjoy your informative posts and lovely photography. I too was missing the daily image. Please stay, please post, and believe the voices here who say they appreciate and enjoy your efforts.
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Postby Trey Winston » Aug 16th, '08, 09:50

Riene wrote:
I'm still relatively new here, and will say for the record that I enjoy your informative posts and lovely photography. I too was missing the daily image. Please stay, please post, and believe the voices here who say they appreciate and enjoy your efforts.



Seconded.
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Postby Cinnamon Kitty » Aug 16th, '08, 10:54

I crashed last night before I remembered to post, but I am a 100% tea drinker. Both my parents drink at least a few cups of coffee a day so I had originally assumed that I would be a coffee drinker when I was at the age when coffee is needed to wake up in the morning. Fortunately for me, coffee doesn't agree with my system at all. Not only does it make me sick to my stomach, it makes me incredibly hyper to where I can't sit still.

Sal: Keep posting! I love being able to drool over your pictures every day, especially the ones with the nifty flowers that do not grow in the northern regions. Your tea ware is awesome too.
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