Tea for two or ...
Posted by Tilde on January 20, 1998 at 04:58:28:
In response to Ummm.... not unless it goes with muffins, written by Joyce on January 20, 1998 at 02:58:44
I don't know about then, but I do know that now "Tea" is not only the beverage, it is a meal (what foreigners often think is called "High Tea"). The meal is placed between lunch and dinner, but I have had British guests who after a full 3-course meal said "Ta for tea", referring to the time (6ish) it was started, dinner or supper being later.
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