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confuseacat
nofunanymore


1593 Posts

Posted - 09/26/2006 :  11:02:53  Show Profile Send confuseacat a Private Message


The Teas O' The Seas

Marie Celestial Tea
The Ship's tea. Enjoy the aroma of this timeless tea as you pour yourself a nice steaming cuppa, because the aroma is about all you will have time to enjoy as it mysteriously vanishes before you can take the first sip.

Subtle Tea
No, it's not just hot water. Buy a few more cups to fully appreciate it. Trust me.

Merlotea
99% Merlot and 1% tea. Drink as many cups as you'd like. You can still truthfully tell everyone that you've only had tea today and they'll believe you as long as you don't projectile vomit on them.

Sheep Dip Tea
It's purple. It turns your tongue blue. It's made in Holland. Isn't that all you need to know?

Giant Penguin of Doom Tea
Jet black tea covered with dry ice. Served with a salmon mousse.

Alone Again Natural Tea
The Captain's Grog is a bitter blend. Just the thing to keep the chill of the internet out of your bones while waiting for replies to your posts. The ship carries an endless supply. It's sloshing in the bilge.


New teas are always on the horizon.....










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The Other OTHER Operation
Cheesemaker



686 Posts

Posted - 09/27/2006 :  06:01:43  Show Profile  Visit The Other OTHER Operation's Homepage Send The Other OTHER Operation a Private Message
Will You must be logged in to see this link. be on it?



Also, Danish and Scandinavian books, see everything.
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confuseacat
nofunanymore



1593 Posts

Posted - 09/27/2006 :  11:27:32  Show Profile Send confuseacat a Private Message
Of course, the Marie Celeste sails the seven seas of time and space to find the most exotic teas for the Tea Galley. Add any tea you want to the list. The tea list never ends.
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Horrible Harm
Moderator



2536 Posts

Posted - 09/27/2006 :  19:28:45  Show Profile Send Horrible Harm a Private Message
That is some blubmarine
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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



2101 Posts

Posted - 09/28/2006 :  00:09:33  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message
I never knew you could make tea from a Yogi.

Is there a range of alcoholic teas? I can't help noticing bottles in the background... and punchbowls... gluhwein perhaps? Is it time to take up old habits again?






If you're not pissed off with the world, then you're just not paying attention - Casey Chambers
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Miss Mandy Cohen
...has seen the meaning of life, the universe and EVERYTHING



121 Posts

Posted - 09/28/2006 :  11:21:01  Show Profile  Visit Miss Mandy Cohen's Homepage Send Miss Mandy Cohen a Private Message
My old habits are current affairs

"If you never did, you should. These things are fun, and fun is good..."
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OneBurntWitch
Not The Messiah



426 Posts

Posted - 09/28/2006 :  14:19:30  Show Profile Send OneBurntWitch a Private Message
What? Destroying buildings?

One witch slowly roasted over a hot pit of fire.
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confuseacat
nofunanymore



1593 Posts

Posted - 09/30/2006 :  16:13:00  Show Profile Send confuseacat a Private Message
There are no buildings when you're out to sea.

Oh look up there. NEW TEAS!
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OneBurntWitch
Not The Messiah



426 Posts

Posted - 10/01/2006 :  10:28:59  Show Profile Send OneBurntWitch a Private Message
I think I'll try an egyptian licorice.

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ConcordeSpamaticus
Cheesemaker



915 Posts

Posted - 10/01/2006 :  13:47:14  Show Profile Send ConcordeSpamaticus a Private Message
The Egyptians were never averse to a little expermintation of course

As for me, I can't decide between Subtle Tea and Merlot Tea, which to choose...


Refusing to use the spoilchick
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OneBurntWitch
Not The Messiah



426 Posts

Posted - 10/01/2006 :  14:17:16  Show Profile Send OneBurntWitch a Private Message
why not a subtle merlot tea?

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The Other OTHER Operation
Cheesemaker



686 Posts

Posted - 10/01/2006 :  15:07:40  Show Profile  Visit The Other OTHER Operation's Homepage Send The Other OTHER Operation a Private Message
Isn't that a contradiction in terms?

Also, Danish and Scandinavian books, see everything.
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ConcordeSpamaticus
Cheesemaker



915 Posts

Posted - 10/01/2006 :  16:36:07  Show Profile Send ConcordeSpamaticus a Private Message
Very true TOO!

Refusing to use the spoilchick
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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



2101 Posts

Posted - 10/02/2006 :  06:24:05  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message
At the very least it's a sheepymoron.

Does the merlotea guarantee projectile vomiting? Because if you shout "helicopter!" and spin around really fast when the projectile vomit hits then the other people who have had merlotea all day too think it's really funny... mind you... they tend to be easily impressed.






If you're not pissed off with the world, then you're just not paying attention - Casey Chambers
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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



2101 Posts

Posted - 10/02/2006 :  06:25:43  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message
Perhaps just a bit of Captain's Bilge Grog for me.






If you're not pissed off with the world, then you're just not paying attention - Casey Chambers
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The Other OTHER Operation
Cheesemaker



686 Posts

Posted - 10/02/2006 :  07:25:31  Show Profile  Visit The Other OTHER Operation's Homepage Send The Other OTHER Operation a Private Message
Tea is always good You must be logged in to see this link.

Also, Danish and Scandinavian books, see everything.
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confuseacat
nofunanymore



1593 Posts

Posted - 10/02/2006 :  13:05:50  Show Profile Send confuseacat a Private Message
A passing score on that test should be required to enter the tea galley to keep out the projectile vomiters.
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OneBurntWitch
Not The Messiah



426 Posts

Posted - 10/02/2006 :  14:33:43  Show Profile Send OneBurntWitch a Private Message
No Kidding.

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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



2101 Posts

Posted - 10/03/2006 :  07:57:40  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message
Groggy is a pass isn't it?






If you're not pissed off with the world, then you're just not paying attention - Casey Chambers
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OneBurntWitch
Not The Messiah



426 Posts

Posted - 10/03/2006 :  15:01:01  Show Profile Send OneBurntWitch a Private Message
I got sensitive.

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confuseacat
nofunanymore



1593 Posts

Posted - 10/03/2006 :  23:08:45  Show Profile Send confuseacat a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Sheep Roost

Groggy is a pass isn't it?



Anything below 'Feeling a bit rough' is OK because that was my score. Stupid puzzle.

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