Tea or coffee? North or south?
I'm sitting here in the Lincolnshire (north of the north south divide), and I was wondering what everyone prefers: tea or coffee? Also, when you answer say whether you are in the north or south of the uk.
My theory is that more of the northerners will prefer tea, and the southerners will like coffee.
Bit of old fashioned predudice the, but there you have it.
So, I will start the ball rolling.
Tea - South
Can't stand coffee
Coffee...but only because soya milk tastes foul in tea
tea - south
coffee only after a dinner party
Home time wrote (see)
scotland - earl grey only
Scotland doesn't count! And we know you lot only drink Tennents
(I'm joking before any Scots come and batter me)
Because if I'm covered in batter you'll probably pop me in the fryer anyway.
Anyway - in answer to the question.
Two cups of tea and then a coffee. Edited to add "norf"
Tea first thing, one coffee during the day then another tea at bedtime.
liverbird , i suppose you live in the world cultural capital
and its not batter but breadcrumb, you should know this being a tenant of dennistoun
Tea - South.
but that's only cos it wrecks havoc with my IBS
southerner from the south, in fact anymore south your in the channel islands
liverbird , i suppose you live in the world cultural capitaland its not batter but breadcrumb, you should know this being a tenant of dennistoun
How the heck do you know that? Have I mentioned it before?
And I live in the chav capital! Kerry Katona was brunged up in the same shithole as me......
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