RED, THE BLOOD OF ANGRY MEN
TEA, A DRINK WITH JAM AND BREAD
heLP I DON’T KNOW WHICH TUNE TO SING IT IN
SO LONG, FAREWELL, AUF WEIDERSENG GOOD BYE.
LOOK DOWN, LOOK DOWN, YOU’RE HERE UNTIL YOU DIE.
What the fuck is Weiderseng supposed to be?! It’s Wiedersehen!!
fuck you if you think people don’t deserve food and water and care just for existing.
capitalism makes you believe you’re worthless without money
so we believe people without money/possessions have no worth
and people without a home with a nice phone deserves to be treated poorly
because if they didn’t have that iphone they could just have a house and a car and all those other things like you right?
THE VIRUS DELETED MY FRIEND POSTS!
The Virus rebloged my posts nonstop something like this:
I told it to my friend, and she came in to this tumblr and then the tumblr log out, and when she come in all her posts been deleted!
SO IF YOU SAW A RANDOM NUMBERS OR SOMETHING LIKE THIS:
DON’T COME IN TO THIS BLOG! IT WILL DELETE ALL YOUR POSTS ON TUMBLR!
IF THE VIRUS WILL SEND YOU A MAIL JUST DELTE THE MESSAGE!
REBLOG THIS IT’S REALLY IMPORTANT!
that one celebrity crush that is both the cutest person you have ever seen but also the sexiest motherfucker on the planet
why are people even questioning obesity in america
why is your tea liquidised?
….. Where exactly do you live that the tea isn’t liquid?!?
ENGLAND. WHERE IT IS IN A BAG AND YOU MAKE IT YOURSELF.
like what do you do with already liquid tea? Microwave it?
No it’s sweet tea you drink it cold
WHO DRINKS COLD TEA???
HAVE YOU NEVER HAD ICED/SWEET TEA BEFORE?!?
so i reblogged this from a british person and i’ve been laughing at their tags for 600 years
England, you stole tea from China. You’ve had it a mere 4 centuries compared to their 30+. Don’t play like you’re some kind of authority.
shots fired in the tea fandom
Actually, the English drink mainly tea from India thanks to the East Indian Trading Company trying to gain the upper-hand on the Chinese tea monopoly, but most teas have its origins in China. India produces 22% of the world’s teas and China 18%, followed by Kenya. South Africa produces rooibos tea.
Sweet tea’s origins (not iced tea), from what I could find, are from the US though.