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    (Original post by HumanNature1992)
    Holy crap really? thats a lot!
    Yeah, I take Lithium so I'm always thirsty.
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    (Original post by HearTheThunder)
    About 15-20 normal ones, and 2 or 3 green/lemon/others a day. (Yes, a day).
    I seem to remember reading somewhere that when Tony Benn was writing his memoirs, he drank so much tea that he had to hospitalised with a tannin overdose.
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    Never.
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    I drink green tea about 2-3 times a day
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    it smells so good but tastes so bad
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    regular tea atleast once a day:yep: sometimes I have the green kind
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    No, I can't stand tea, it's awful. Give me hot chocolate any day, or double expressos with lots of sugar in.
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    Quite alot....
    from 1-5 cups a day...depends on mood
    with sugar and sometimes biscuits
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    No. It's horrible.
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    No.
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    1-2 times (with sugar) per day.
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    It's pretty much all I drink during the day, so I probably drink 4-7 cups a day.

    I absolutely hate PG tips though, (prefer Tetleys or Yorkshire, or Tesco/Waitrose gold is pretty good too) and I think people who have sugar in their tea past a certain age are crazy; it is a phase lots of people go through but one which you should grow out of. Sweet tea is just...bleugh.
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    (Original post by yoyo462001)
    Tea with lots of milk (tin milk) + Gavin & Stacey + Fruit shortcake = :coma:
    That's basically the perfect lazy afternoon. :cool:
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    i never dink tea
    cold tea is nice anyway hihi
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    Use to drink 2-3 cups now zero. I realised it was probably at least a contributory factor to me having yellow(ish) teeth so decided it wasn't worth it.
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    Sometimes; 6-8 cups a week. Green tea at least once a day.
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    (Original post by heidigirl)
    It's pretty much all I drink during the day, so I probably drink 4-7 cups a day.

    I absolutely hate PG tips though, (prefer Tetleys or Yorkshire, or Tesco/Waitrose gold is pretty good too) and I think people who have sugar in their tea past a certain age are crazy; it is a phase lots of people go through but one which you should grow out of. Sweet tea is just...bleugh.
    Why do you think it's age related :confused:
    I think it's a matter of personal taste ...
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    (Original post by heidigirl)
    It's pretty much all I drink during the day, so I probably drink 4-7 cups a day.

    I absolutely hate PG tips though, (prefer Tetleys or Yorkshire, or Tesco/Waitrose gold is pretty good too) and I think people who have sugar in their tea past a certain age are crazy; it is a phase lots of people go through but one which you should grow out of. Sweet tea is just...bleugh.
    Totally agree with the sweat tea - its horrible and really bad for your teeth..i grew out of it recently hhaha

    But pg tips is in my opinion is the nicest. I think its stronger:yes:
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    Green tea is gross.

    But normal tea, about 2 or 3 cups a day.
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    One a day with a shortbread biscuit after a hard day at college:lovedup:

    what does green tea taste of?

    whats it made from? green grass? :confused:
 
 
 
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