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go for your tea

To be killed. You'll definitely go for your tea if you confront those dangerous criminals on your own.
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go for your tea

be murdered. informal euphemistic
The expression arose among members of the IRA in the latter part of the 20th century.
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Oldies like me go for tea, while the young 'uns usually go for coffee, often of a frothy variety.
The student said she was afraid to go for tea break and lunch on Wednesday after the accusations were levied against her.
Francesca's Italian restaurant is an institution and still my favourite place to go for tea. I'm not a fan of the drinking "strip" that is now Osborne Road, but luckily there are still a couple of proper pubs in NE2 worth going to like The Collingwood Arms in Brandling Village.
A home for old soldiers since 1571, it's a wonderful place to go for tea and cake.
We were supposed to go for tea with The Beatles at the Station Hotel but that was cancelled.
Everyone is welcome to join in and go for tea, coffee, biscuits or breakfast in exchange for a small donation to the charity.
Keep skin clean and when a spot erupts, go for tea tree oil or home remedy masks made from almonds, oatmeal, avacados and bananas.
But Cindi Potter, owner of Savoure, said sales at her 1 1/2 -year-old tea shop and salon weren't affected much by Symantec's move because Eugene doesn't have many places where people can go for tea, plus the store sells its products through its Web site.
"And if the consumer wants milder taste, I believe he will go for tea instead of coffee."
I have my Saturday nights planned to a fine art now: finish work, go for tea somewhere quickly - Delifonseca presses all the right buttons for this, close to the shop, fast efficient service and tasty comfort food - then home to change to pyjamas just in time for the start of Strictly.
Yes, dad lived locally, and, yes, we did go for tea on a weekly basis, and yes, he did pass judgement (mostly unfavourably) over our choices in boyfriends and music and hair.
The 77-year-old, who denies the charges, allegedly stopped workers using more ropes and stakes to tie it down - so he could go for tea with his girlfriend Poloma Brotons.
ON THE MENU: Go for tea in the Library Lounge, a hushed refuge after the bustle outside.
Betty's is THE place to go for tea - but we couldn't get near it for queues.