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Thursday, September 22, 2005

How Do You Take Yours?


Today I was round a civi friends house. He was making tea and asked me how I took it.

"Julie Andrews please mate."

A look of complete confusion spread over his face. I thought the term was in common usage. I'll let you work it out yourselves.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Z said...

A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down, the medicine go down, the medicine go down.
A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down. In the most delightful way.
And I would have sung and danced it too ;)
So is that it?

6:07 pm  
Blogger Universal Soldier said...

Nice try Fugazi but no.

6:14 pm  
Blogger Bob Greenwade said...

Spoonful of sugar would have been my first guess too.

My second guess would be so strong it destroys your singing voice (I do feel a bit badly for the girl over that).

7:43 pm  
Blogger Haggiswurst said...

Never heard that phrase before and I consider myself a bit of a tea aficionado....

I am eager to hear the explanation

8:55 pm  
Blogger Monica said...

Wow, not spoonful of sugar? I have searched the internet bare and found a song called tea for two, but that is it. Darn.

9:55 pm  
Blogger fineartist said...

You mean it’s not a spoonful of sugar? I am absolutely bumfuzzled dude! Then again tea is not medicine, or shouldn’t taste like medicine anyway, so, okay.

You have simply GOT to enlighten us. I will be running all of Julie Andrews’ songs through my head for the rest of the day, thanks a lot soldier, haha.

The hills are alive with the sound of confusion…..

10:55 pm  
Blogger Hannah said...

"T - a drink with jam and bread?"

That's a bit presumptuous, though, if they've only offered you a drink and and then you ask for a snack as well. So I'm sure I'm wrong.

6:23 am  
Anonymous Brother in arms said...

White none, isn't it from nun's on the run?

8:54 am  
Blogger Universal Soldier said...

Brother in Arms - Right answer wrong film.

8:57 am  
Anonymous Brother in arms said...

Do i get another go? The sound of music? I take mine 'NATO' by the way, incase you're ever getting them in.

4:02 pm  

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