>"This tea is quite delectable, Anonymous; may I ask what all you put in it?"
Speed, weed, heroin, cocaine, mushrooms, pine-o-clean, petrol, battery acid, acid, salvia, some herbs and spices and some lettuce and tomato, vodka sauce, bam and the dirt is gone, Ajax spray and wipe, some chicken and cheese all wrapped in a tortilla...
Yeah, the story that they were bumping for never got finished.
Sorry about that. I have a bad habit of running out of juice when I write.
>implying green tea and honey don't go together
You're far too used to your Earl Grey, sir. Which I wouldn't put honey in, either. Do you drink anything but those thick black cups you could stand a spoon in, the kind where you pour it in boiling to brew? In -bags-.
Green teas are more delicate things, steeped in gentler temperatures and better with jasmine and a drop or two of sage honey, suitable for a woman of Rarity's palate and stature. Drop a few grains of cinnamon and you add just the hint of heat on the tongue to go with a Fujian jasmine tea like this one.
You Britbong cuppa-tea brute. No wonder they dumped all of yours in Boston harbor.
>mfw reading all the way through until the last sentence.