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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

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Lisa

hehehe I bet you could get by with it. If you want to try something hot, maybe you would like just boiled water with lemon? I do that sometimes when I am not in the mood for tea and shouldn't drink any more coffee.

I loved those tea cozies when I saw them, too. How great that she sent you one! I want to make one and I don't have a teapot either. lol

This was a very fun post. Thanks!

CHris

LOL!!!! Well the next time I have a Tea Party I'll be sure to have one tea pot filled with ICED Diet Pepsi!!!! I guess its just not your "cup of tea" :O) LOL!!!! I'm sure the Girotti Tea Party would be a most pleasant Tea occasion and very VERY enjoyable. Go for it Deb!

Mrs.B

Do you think if I gave a tea party anyone would notice if I slipped Diet Coke into my tea cup?

LOL Deb!!

I can so relate....the way I drink coffee you have to ask me if I want a little bit of coffee in my cream and sugar. I only drink decaf and only in the winter!

I'm trying to learn to drink hot teas. I like the fruity herbal ones.

Susan

I was never much into coffee or tea till we started deputation and then arrived in Canada. I only like strong, rich-flavored coffees, because my first coffee-drinking experiences invovled Starbucks. And my tea tastes are still developing. Once I convinced myself to actually pour a little milk in my tea, I found it quite enjoyable. But my drink of preference would be a soda or iced tea!

Susanna

Tea is so versatile! From a builders battered mug to a lovely china cup. But if the look is what you are after, who cares what is in your cup.....as long as you don't absentmindedly say 'yes' when asked if you want a refill..................coke tea....yum!

Mrs Blythe

Hmmm I love Coca-Cola too on a hot day. But I looove coffee and hate tea. I would have loved to join in the Carnival of Beauty about this topic as I could rave about coffee for England (as an olympic sport, and I would win gold). I too love the idea of high tea and afternoon tea and all the lovely old fashionedness that goes with it but I just can't get past the fact that I dislike tea! Ah well, back to the aroma of fresh coffee! Blessings.

Sherrin

Do you like herbal tea? I usually drink that.

Tammy S.

LOL That's too funny...coke in a tea cup! :)

amanda p. wu

I think a "tea party" with Diet Coke is great idea!! I say go for it. They are so fun--just because you don't care for tea shouldn't be a reason to stop the fun. :)

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