tea

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The flavor is meaty and full, but man oh man does it do awful things to your teeth... - Matty Malaprop

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By Ginctm
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I would say that, with regards to Picard-based erotica, someone needs to make it so... but then I remembered this is the Internet, and that already exists in spades... - Matty Malaprop

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If I'm going to be incessantly eyed by some cyclopean fiend, he might as well at least taste of delicious chamomile! - Matty Malaprop

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By Unknown
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Hmmm... now I'm just wondering the best way to graphically depict rooibos... - Matty Malaprop

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Unless that's an awkwardly shaped piece of cinnamon in a cup of cocoa, I'm not particularly interested. Thanks for the offer though, I guess. - Matty Malaprop

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By Unknown
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It just goes to show you: nothing good ever comes from infidelitea. - Matty Malaprop

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Sure, the fuddy duddies who buy high-end tea are notorious for putting on airs, but at least now they can be lighter than them! - Matty Malaprop

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Via Reddit
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I'm very sympathetic to the owner of the cup in this post. If my favorite coffee cup ever breaks, it will feel like I've lost an extremi-tea. - Matty Malaprop

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By xyzpdq1
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I pity the fool who thinks you can get good tea from most primarily-coffee-oriented cafés. - Matty Malaprop