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The wisdom of tea, part two - Tina Marie's Ramblings
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The wisdom of tea, part two
(http://www.livejournal.com/users/tripacerdriver/47122.html is part 1)

I think I'm going to make an effort to collect the full set. This one is off Ginger Peach tea:

Tea is wealth itself,
because there is nothing
that cannot be lost,
no problem
that will not disappear,
no burden
that will not float away,
between the first sip
and the last.



Yay for escapism.

Current Mood: lethargic lethargic

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acelightning From: acelightning Date: July 12th, 2004 04:47 pm (UTC) (Link)
what the hell is in that tea?!
From: ex_inviolet697 Date: July 12th, 2004 11:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
A powerful tranquilizer, apparently.

Either that, or the tea leaves just finely-ground marijuana.

skywhisperer From: skywhisperer Date: July 13th, 2004 08:13 am (UTC) (Link)
*laugh* Hm. What can you make tea out of? Isn't there some sort of opium-based tea? And I've heard of mushroom tea, but that's supposed to taste terrible.
acelightning From: acelightning Date: July 13th, 2004 02:19 pm (UTC) (Link)
i would expect opium tea to taste pretty vile as well. i've heard the same about 'shroom tea, and i can state from personal experience that cannabis tea is damn near undrinkable too. LSD might do it, but i'd think that the boiling water would destroy the molecular structure.

i'd sure like some tea that would make all my troubles float away, though...

alioth1 From: alioth1 Date: July 17th, 2004 05:26 am (UTC) (Link)

Taa

Just so long as:

- The tea is hot.
- The tea has milk in it.
- The tea is unsugared.

Everything else is simply barbarism!
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