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and we finish this issue of Tea Time Magazine: The Number One Magazine About Tea Time with an ad for orthopedic shoes, thank you, Tea Time Magazine
"we're over-exploiting a natural resources at the expense of indigenous people, get in on it while you still can!"
"J. H. Williamson and Richard Blamey Magor" thank you for your service to having names
"Teatime with Technology"
Ghosts, reams, it's okay
PSA: it's easy to make your own marzipan if you have a food processor and it costs a lot less. thank you that is all
can you describe a cake as cakelike? I guess so. I get that madeleines are ambiguously in the cookie/cake zone in people's personal taxonomies
"[Madeleines] were also a favorite of Matthew, whose middle-class upbringing showed when, on his first visit to Downton, he loaded up his plate with the small, delicate cakelike madeleines"
mortifying, imagine your middle class upbringing showing in your cake habits, just IMAGINE
"Almost five years after the conclusion of the popular television series Downton Abbey and a year following the release of the franchise's feature film...the fanaticism for the British historical drama ceases to fade."
it certainly has ceased to fade among the staff of tea time magazine but...........
"why you raspberry-elderflower fool!!"
okay I DO like these rectangular plates in concept, I'll give royal albert that
imagine owning this many royal albert teapots
they're really hyping royal albert china this issue, and to be FRANK I think their bone china is excessively thick and heavy-weight and their patterns are uninspired for the price point thank you for your time.
take note: this summer's must-have teapot is sterling silver
"More than 8,000 tons of tea were damaged [during one year of London bombings in WWII]."
"Keep Calm and Steep On"
truly this magazine is 5 years behind the meme zeitgeist
from the events calendar: "Tea with Elvis"
give me a foggy day
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