Survey says 60 per cent of Coventrians have never made a cup of tea
using tea leaves.
Orders came through mobile calls or texts and she delivered to their houses, often over a cup of tea
Having Sharon as my mentor is amazing; she gave me a massive hug and even made me a cup of tea
We know the first thing customers do when they check into their room is make a cup of tea
The Royal Tea Cafeteria, a small tea shop located on University City road has become a hot spot among many residents who drive down to enjoy a special cup of tea
Worcester, on Tuesday to find a man in his kitchen who engaged him in conversation, asking for a cup of tea
and some money.
Having a cup of tea
is the traditional way to soothe someone who may be feeling low or upset but there are many ingredients in the drink that can work as stress busters.
He claims his wife stabbed him in the stomach after they argued when she refused his offer of a cup of tea
and he then stabbed her in the neck with a knife.
It also took slightly longer to darken and needs a bit more coaxing and stirring to get that perfect cuppa, but the end result is a good, strong cup of tea
, packed full of flavour.
While they worked, I heated water, and students would periodically take a break and partake of a cup of tea
Nick Park, creator of Wallace & Gromit, said: "A quintessentially British tea party is just my cup of tea
and a really easy and fun way to raise money for sick children.
Known throughout the world of Poker as the 'Poker Brat', Phil is not everyone's cup of tea
as he is an excellent poker player, but a notoriously bad loser who is prone to tantrums when things do not go his way.
Researchers have proved what generations of Britons already believed; having a cup of tea
helps in a crisis.
You raise your cup of tea
To toast a thirty-year-old memory, in
Susie, whose trademark in the house was her non-stop call for a brew, said: "I always have a cup of tea
by my side.