hallieod at indigo.ie
Thu Mar 22 16:08:30 EST 2001
>It was my New Years Resolution for this year to drink tea.
>Not to drink tea regularly, just to taste the stuff. And I did. Not that
>bad, but why people would want to drink it when there is hot chocolate as an
>alternative is beyond me.
Easy! Hot chocolate's dessert. Sweet, hot, chocolately, sweet. And
did I mention sweet? I certainly couldn't handle 6 cups of that a
day! Now tea, on the other hand... (Sorry, Ania, no sugar but yes
milk. Or the other way - green tea, and herbal teas, no milk but yes
honey.) Oh, and calories - there's two reasons!
Hallie. (Still frightened by Jacob's driving story. Second only in
fear factor to the Bovril eating thing. ACK! YUCK!).
Oh - as a PS. Thanks to you lot, I read _Cold Comfort Farm_. Becca
loved it as much as I did. We decided tonight that the "There'll be
no butter in Hell" line will have to be followed by: "...but I'm
pretty certain there _will_ be Bovril"! (Marmite is substitutable,
if need be).
PPS Do North Americans have the "pleasure" of acquaintance with
Bovril & Marmite? I only remember running desperately away when my
mothermade a cup here in Ireland.
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