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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    I'm Scottish & in Scotland we have a nickname for anyone who loves & drinks lots of tea (plain old black tea of course, with or without milk/sugar).. The nickname is a 'tea-Jenny' it's a phrase that's frequently used in everyday language.Attachment 89978
    @HearMeRoar, I think we need to re-name this thread 'Tea-Jenny's Unite'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    @HearMeRoar, I think we need to re-name this thread 'Tea-Jenny's Unite'!
    Yes!

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    Done.

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    Mum got me the Twinings Morning Tea to take to work. Looking forward to trying it tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Done.
    Ooohhh even a tea cup, aren't we flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    @HearMeRoar, I think we need to re-name this thread 'Tea-Jenny's Unite'!
    Hehe... You can all be honorary Scots!

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    Does everyone have a favourite tea cup?? Pics??

    I usually just drink mine from a coffee mug, but I'd like a pretty cup all of my own to make it more special. Would love to see what everyone else has!

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    I'll post pics later, but day to day I just use my favourite coffee mug (a smallish one), but when I brew tea in a pot I get out my more fancy tea cup.

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    I just remembered that I have a tea cup and saucer from my great grandmother packed away. Will have to get it out when I'm unpacking at the new place this weekend. It's a lovely pale blue set with flowers.

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    Yours sounds lovely @Frakenmum.
    Here's mine. IMG_1493950121.821772.jpgIMG_1493950133.438660.jpgIMG_1493950142.442253.jpg

    The 'CR' (Country Road) one is my day to day tea mug. The red one was a gift from my bestie, which comes with a gorgeous matching pot, and the floral one is a Royal Albert 'August' cup I got for my 21st Birthday.

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