Tea Puns


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Tea Puns

Postby Amanda » Aug 3rd, '06, 13:40

ingenuiTEA? personaliTEA? specialTEA?

Anyone had enough of tea puns? I can no longer spell the word trinitea correctly!

Any others you can think of? Any you hate? Any you love?

Any you dare to make up?

Hope to get some responses - I'll chai back later (couldn't resist)
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Postby Samovar » Aug 3rd, '06, 13:43

There is always OriginaliTEA!

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Postby Daughteroftheki... » Aug 3rd, '06, 22:29

There's a fun thread from February called "words that end with TEA". Lots of punny tea words there!
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Postby keelyn » Aug 3rd, '06, 22:58

It's not exactly a pun, but, I loathe, detest and despise the word "cuppa."

It's not even a truncation of the phrase "cup of" - its has the same number of letters, people! What's the point?!?!

Ok, I'm done. Breathe. I'm gonna get a CUP OF tea and calm down. Thanks for allowing me to vent, Amanda.
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Postby Amanda » Aug 4th, '06, 13:01

Sencha mentioned it (wha whaaa), "cuppa" gets on my nerves too. That, and when people say they are well "steeped" in tea knowledge - or that they have "imbibed" themselves with tea history. Give me a break.


Vent Vent Vent!

-Amanda!
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Postby Madam Potts » Aug 9th, '06, 12:11

Yes it is a curse of the tea world...a curse not shared by coffee or soda or juices. Mind you, I am not without sin, having used PersonaliTEA and CreativiTEA...but after I realized how rampant this pun was I have ceased and desisted.

Amen to the "steeped" in overusage
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Postby teaspoon » Aug 10th, '06, 15:00

You have to have a certain sense of humor to like tea puns, or puns of any sort. I know that my friends and I LOVE a good pun, or a bad one for that matter.

~teaspoon
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Postby Amanda » Aug 10th, '06, 15:10

Please don't get me wrong - I love a good pun.

Thank you so much to everybody for replying to my post - I feel all warm and squishy inside (in a good way).

-Amanda
Lady of the IngenuiTEA duo!
(at least for the next day or too)
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Postby Jasmine Green » Aug 11th, '06, 00:16

With the latin influence lately, how about "Tea Quiero" (te quiero meaning "I love you" in Spanish)
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Postby Carnelian » Aug 11th, '06, 11:05

Literally translated te quiero is actually "i want you"
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Postby Nesseight » Aug 12th, '06, 23:19

This topic really TEA's me off.

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Okay, I'm done TEAsing you.
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