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this is such an awkward photo but I would look cute as heck in his outfit

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tf when you're tired of pesticides tainting your passion and envy

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it's possible theirs isn't fluted like mine is, this pattern has been used for a long time by a few different china companies

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business featured: "Rent My Dust"

not sure why anyone would want to rent dust but live your best life

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"Robin Campbell Wilhelm inherited her lifelong love of English china from her mother, practically at birth."

"love of English china" is a good euphemism for generational wealth

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from a feature on a wedding planner:

"...the experience of [tea], I definitely think that is part of my mission, so I pass it on to my brides."

I can only assume this means she has numerous wives and is adding more every day

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they're featuring "The Enchanted Dollhouse" as a wedding venue as if it isn't clearly part of a terrible fate in a horror movie

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food pic 

what on earth are those pastries supposed to be??? tragically malformed scones?

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food pic, a nice thing to take our minds off the preceding horrors 

Okay this spread looks really good:
- tangerine tartlets
- chocolate almond madeleines
- lemons elderflower sandwich cookies

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just goes to show that sometimes you should NOT have a tea party.

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oh no

this is worse than I thought

it's a gender reveal tea party. I'm so sorry

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mountaineering food 

my parents were hardcore mountaineers in the 70s, and they told us stories growing up about eating "kendall mint cakes" on expeditions, which are literally just sugar and a bit of peppermint oil.

featured today in TeaTime magazine appears to be a recipe for kendall mint cakes with added butter, and I believe, friends, that unless you were snow camping on a mountain ledge, they would be quite gross

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food pic 

I'm a sucker for rosette tarts like this tbh. I made a persimmon frangipane tart for last christmas in this style and it ruled

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an ad for a resort that doesn't show or mention their tea offerings? sub-par.

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gratuitous picture of my tea setup 

(right now I'm drinking a small pot of butter oolong and re-steeping every few minutes, which is ideal)

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