An English Lesson

As we reminded our readers recently, tea and the “proper customs” practised on the other side of the channel are not to be taken lightly. While the pioneer spirit has always been present in Americans, there are human adventures that have, alas, turned out badly… Some may boast until the end of time (and even when others will do the same) of having been the first to set foot on the moon, that doesn’t change the fact that there are areas where it is a good idea to ask for kind permission before marching in with your OGM-corn-fed farmer’s boots.

Well… just to make you aware that if you intend to visit or live in one of Her Gracious Majesty’s many kingdoms, mind what you do with your cup(pa)…

https://www.businessinsider.co.za/american-tiktok-user-made-british-tea-reactions-2020-6

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