Cup of Tea

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Cup of Tea

Postby Freja » Tue Aug 16, 2016 9:17 am

We all love a good cup of tea, most of us cannot even start our day without having one! The Chinese always believe there's time for tea ;)

So what does one mean when they say something is their cup of tea?
It simply means that it's what they like or are interested in!

And what when something is not one's cup of tea
This simply means that it is not one's choice or preference or suited to their taste!

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