2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?


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Do you remember the last time you did not have tea for an entire day and why?

Yesterday
1
4%
Last week
9
38%
2 weeks
2
8%
3 weeks
0
No votes
A month ago
3
13%
2 months
2
8%
3 months
0
No votes
6 months
0
No votes
About a year
0
No votes
Longer than a year
0
No votes
Other
0
No votes
I honestly cannot remember the last time I did not have tea for an entire day!
7
29%
 
Total votes : 24

Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby Maneki Neko » Mar 20th, '13, 02:08

I voted 'a month ago'. I can't remember exactly when though, but it's been between one and two months ago I guess.

Up to two months ago I regularly had a herbal infusion instead of tea proper. Sometimes when my stomach plays up (acid/gastritis) I avoid green tea, but usually I still have a cup of masala chai, which is mild on the stomach. When I'm out I also tend to drink at least one cup of tea, and mostly that tea is Starbucks's soy matcha latte. After all, that also contains some camellia sinensis :wink:

So although I regularly skip green tea, a day without any camellia sinensis is rare :mrgreen:
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Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby victoria3 » Mar 20th, '13, 13:39

I can't remember when I had no tea because I like something warm in the morning. If I'm not having camilla sinensis because I'm sick, then I'll switch to mate, pau d'arco, ginger slices in hot water or other herbal infusions including Chinese herbal infusions. I'm assuming 'tea' is broadly defined here?
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Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby yalokinh » Apr 16th, '13, 18:23

last week, was too busy to sit down and enjoy. but prior to that I've had tea everyday since february
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Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby Darrell » Apr 17th, '13, 01:12

Today. Work was pretty hectic. Let's see for those that don't know I'm in the army stained at JBLM (Fort Lewis), WA. There is allot of construction going on so I take back streets to avoid traffic. I had to being some paperwork on the other side of post which takes 20-30 minutes to go a few miles (speed limit, gates, traffic lights and stop signs) anywho I made it all the way to my destination and looked for my paperwork. It was n nowhere to be found. Made my voyage back to my office found the paperwork along with my wallet in top (I had the important stuff on me & I don't carry cash) made the voyage back to being the paperwork in. I had 2 more errands and after complete my voyage ended up being an expedition. I originally left my office at 1400 I didn't return until about 1615... Came home and did alittle rearranging of myliving room. Turns out 10 month olds in a walker can't help much while laying down an area rug.... Moral of the story is I should have had my tea this morning.
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Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby victoria3 » Apr 17th, '13, 02:42

Darrell, I recommend a mug of tea for your ride so you have something to sip on along the way....
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Re: 2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby Darrell » Apr 18th, '13, 00:55

Thanks Victoria. I never thought of that. I'm also trying to get the misses to let me buy an electric kettle to bring to work. Once I get that courage of course. She's not a fan of hot tea. I've tried to introduce her to it she even tried some flavored stuff at Teavana. No go. Again thanks.
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2/24/013 No Tea For a Whole Day?

Postby debunix » Apr 19th, '13, 23:47

I have just gone an entire day without tea. May it be a long,long time before the next such.
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