Close
You have a limit of 18 tags. Use them wisely.
Oops, that tag already exists. Try again.
Sorry, that tag is restricted. Please try again.
Sorry, each tag is limited to 30 characters.

Tea Time! (in a not-so-posh England!)

Curator

curator

Sep 14, 2011

Although technically tea is the drink, sometimes we refer to dinner as 'tea'. It's not a very posh way of doing dinner but we like it all the same!

VestiesTeam treasury challenge http://vintageetsysociety.blogspot.com/p/team-treasury-challeng

There was an error saving your comment.
There was an error editing your comment
You have reached your limit of treasury comments for the day. You may continue to leave more comments tomorrow.
Your comment must be less than 500 characters.
This Treasury list will be deleted. Are you sure you want to do this?
Treasury reported
Treasury reported
Treasury reported

Comments

ajsweetsoap says:

Sep 14, 2011

Love this! Thanks for including my burger soap!

Sep 14, 2011

:):):):):):)

woollyduck says:

Sep 14, 2011

Great treasury! I've always known 'dinner' as my tea ( & 'lunch' is my dinner! )

Thanks for including my felt trifle :-)

Sep 14, 2011

Delightful!

Sep 14, 2011

cute theme, great t!

ionesAttic says:

Sep 14, 2011

down right perfect! colorful and graphic!

curator

Sep 14, 2011

Woolly- yeah it gets confusing as I sometimes call lunch 'dinner' and dinner 'tea'!! My husbands gets very annoyed lol

Velvetcoco says:

Sep 14, 2011

hahha very amusing i do the same :)

Melony says:

Sep 14, 2011

Educational treasury!!! I had no idea. What a fun treasury and thank you for letting me in on the English way doing it. Just to confuse things...in East Texas I eat supper. I have lunch at dinner. lol!

Yonks says:

Sep 14, 2011

Iconic Britain :-)

ChatteJolie says:

Sep 14, 2011

Very cool!

NorScott says:

Sep 14, 2011

very nice

panthia says:

Sep 18, 2011

Ha, I love it!

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?