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Hey - can anyone tell me where I can purchase real tea - a friend brought me some from her visit to England and now tea I get her ein the states sucks - If you can give me a webiste or something where I can get real tea I would appreciate it.


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Hey - can anyone tell me where I can purchase real tea - a friend brought me some from her visit to England and now tea I get her ein the states sucks - If you can give me a webiste or something where I can get real tea I would appreciate it.



I get mine from https://www.teadog.com/
It depends on the kind of tea you got, was it Assam, Darjeehling, Oolong? I like mine dark and strong and malty and so I like Assam. My favourites from the linky are Glengetti, Punjana Titanic and loose leaf Assam from Taylor & Harrogate.

You might find some in the International section of the grocery store. Typhoo tea and P&G Tips can easily be found in my hick town.


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Cost Plus World Market has a pretty good selection of decent English tea, too. Smile


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Geoffrey turns one today.

Holy crap, how did that happen?!?


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Geoffrey turns one today.

Holy crap, how did that happen?!?

As the parent of a tween, I can only say that this is just the start. He's a lovely, lovely boy.


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Yup. What Dweller said!

Yesterday I took Dev and a friend to see Man of Steel (they liked it, I mostly didn't) but during the various conversation tangents he said I was a 'Cool Mom'

*preens*

However, I really think that nearly every kid thinks that about everybody's else's mom, which is what I told him.

He was also quite amused that nothing naughty he said shocked me in the least. Smile


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Today Wonton walked into Kindergarten and plopped down on the day care provider's lap and I realised she was holding a tube of vaginal gel. And she refused to give it back. Noisily.


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Today Wonton walked into Kindergarten and plopped down on the day care provider's lap and I realised she was holding a tube of vaginal gel. And she refused to give it back. Noisily.


*snerk*


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She's calling it candy. I have the feeling she'll want to give it to people tomorrow!


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While online chatting with my cousin about Geoffrey (whom I frequently refer to as 'G' while typing to save time), he came out of nowhere with this gem:

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Ben: do you ever call him G Love, G Money, etc?
me: Oh dear god no
Ben: maybe you should start
me: You go right ahead and do that, Uncle Ben
Ben: I don't know how that will help your time management problem but it can't hurt


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Molly broke a bowl a few days ago and TM was cleaning it up while I cleaned her. I told her "That's why we have to be careful with bowls, now it has to go in the garbage and be thrown away!"
She looked at me very seriously and said "No Mama, is LEGO."

Big Grin unfortunately untrue, but so cute!


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Today Wonton walked into Kindergarten and plopped down on the day care provider's lap and I realised she was holding a tube of vaginal gel. And she refused to give it back. Noisily.

Just seen this.

*applauds, wildly*


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She's calling it candy. I have the feeling she'll want to give it to people tomorrow!

I can remember wanting to buy durex gossamer, because I'd heard of gossamer in fairy books. *cough*

They disappeared from the shelf in the corner shop after that. I'm so sorry, sexually-active people in my street in the 1970s, I didn't mean that to happen!


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She's calling it candy. I have the feeling she'll want to give it to people tomorrow!

I can remember wanting to buy durex gossamer, because I'd heard of gossamer in fairy books. *cough*

They disappeared from the shelf in the corner shop after that. I'm so sorry, sexually-active people in my street in the 1970s, I didn't mean that to happen!


Hahahahahahahaha Big Grin


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