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January 26, 2007

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peekay

so what do you think about "Social Tea Biscuits" in the green box at the grocery store. i now drink tea just to eat the cookies! is that wrong to ask a teamaster?

Stephanie

I actually have not tried those...if they're anything like the tea biscuits in the UK, they are delicious with just about any beverage. And I won't argue with drinking tea for any reason, especially for the food that goes with it. What would afternoon tea be without scones and cucumber sandwiches after all?

Not at all wrong to ask a teamaster :)

a

the "vacuum seal" on your starbucks thermos probably refers to the fact that the thermos is constructed of two layers of metal or plastic or whatever, with a vacuum between them. this is how a thermos keeps the stuff inside hot (or cold). i doubt it has anything to do with the cap.

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