This is what I love about my country... Our tea. The world (*^+) may drink coffee, but everyone knows, you should drink tea
*Except the Chinese... And the Indians, who also drink tea. But it's our drink really.
^Except that it's grown in their countires and they brewed it first.
+But we are the first country to use a brew as an analogy for sex. I'm pretty sure about that.
Anyhow it's dinner time (lunch to USA) and I need a nice brew.
Sir, I regret, due to promises made to my dear mother, I cannot continue to visit this site.
Prior to her passing she made me promise I wouldn't visit internet sites where sex was discussed.
You should be ashamed of your self sir!
Well, I think this proves that we Brits aren't nearly as averse to discussing sex tea openly, at least not as averse as those straight-laced, prim, Californians, of whom mister (I'm proud to say I'm on first name terms with misterchk) is I am sure representative.
We in California are a god fearing community of various beliefs (Personally my belief is the world is flat). We go to church regularly( my church services are at Costco) , pray to the almighty (Trump?) and keep topics such as *** away from our children.
I would appreciate if you would honor my request and refrain from posting these topics.
There is a time and place for each activity - I am aware of strange practices, but personally speaking the two activities don't go together (again, in my opinion.
That said, the British are a "rare group". And, having many British friends the (strange) image of combining the two in their culture might seem quite normal (to them).
Before I tackle that I must continue a life long mission to understand what is known as "British Humor" and why in the world do they (the Brits) think it's funny???
When I lived in Paris I had a girl friend who lived in London - to get away from the Parisians I traveled to London frequently.
My friend (who is South African) and I would sit in front of the Television with our English friends amazed at their belly laughs from comedy TV shows............for the life of us we couldn't figure out what they were laughing about.
The only show that was close to being humorous was Faulty Towers.