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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, Mar 31, 2009.
[panic] What will we do!? WHAT WILL WE DO!!!??
Blimey e, calm down! You're British – stiff upper lip in the face of adversity and all that.
All we need to do is what we do in the face of any calamity – just pop the kettle on and have a nice cup of...
[panic] What will we do!? WHAT WILL WE DO!?
I've got a two year tea bag stockpile in my fallout shelter so I'm fine .
Buy, Buy now liquidate the equity in your house and buy tea immediately.F climate change this is serious!
I just hope once they're done talking about all the other nonsense the members of the G20 turn their attention to this most pressing of matters.
This will not stand!
The price they'll pay for ignoring this matter will be far too steep.
The matter of reclaiming Kenya,Sri Lanka and much of northern India should be of utmost importance,bring the troops back from Iraq and Afghanistan ready for immediate deployment to the tea plantations.
This would never have happened if we hadn't let The Empire™ go…
"Land of Hope and Glory…
Mother of the…"
Now you have a reason to join the G20 protestants. Just paint a sign and march on!
In reaction to this news I have resorted to stealing tea bags from my colleagues at work whilst they are away on Easter Breaks
Don't think my employer would appreciate that I'll be with them in spirit...while I'm in my office behind the security guards and police
Ha ha, 'steep', get it? Doh!
Makes my blood boil.
Even with the cost rising, tea is still a very cheap beverage, especially compared to coffee.
This whole world is going to pot.
Well I'm pretty steamed, but I can't leaf it alone.
To be honest, I've never liked tea it's just not my bag.
Hopefully though these high prices won't last for oolong, otherwise those paying them will start to feel like proper mugs.
This thread is a major saucer disappointment to me.