My eyes hurt from rolling.
Two of my favorite things, tea and puns.
“I’m a little tea pot, short and stout. Here is my handle, here is my spout. Tip me over, and drain me out.” lalalalalala
I can only hope the vine growing from the cup leads to a cloud covered in gold coins.
You should get that checked.
I’m just exhausted enough for that write-up to be pretty much the funniest thing ever. I couldn’t even get through it in one go.
As for the shirt, very commendable anytime someone matches red and green and it DOESN’T make me think of Christmas. Also, I love tea.
You know, at first glance I’ll bet a lot of people mistake this for a Christmas shirt.
Love the writeup!
I’m with you… I… am… stunned…
Ah ha, well isn’t that clever.
Sooooo, if I get a stain on this shirt, I’d be having a spot of tea. Am I right?
I find this design a little…lopsided.
Regarding the write-up:
American English places the comma within the quotations–always.
- Someone Who’s Paid to Know Such Things
Can you imagine how utterly pathetic you would look wearing that shirt?
While I adore this shirt (and purchased one), I’m a little sad not to see the lady bug design. sniff I’ll get over it when I wear my tea shirt for the first time. And the first person to hate on it gets threatened with the tea bag.
Wear this if you’re a Tea Party member.
How are you supposed to hold that tea cup. The handle looks daunting.
Hahaha, that write-up was great! And I think my avatar goes along with the “This shirt tells the world” Disney reference. grin
This shirt causes me tea-pain.