I Sometimes Wish I Could Crawl Into My Cup of Tea

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    That Would Be Comfy

    I would love to just shrink into my tea.  Just sink down, under the surface, and slip away.  Then there wouldn't be any stress, or worries.  No loneliness, or emptiness. Only problem is, there wouldn't be any happiness, and would definitely cause pain to others...
    skinnybitch skinnybitch
    26-30, F
    1 Response Feb 10, 2009

    So Warm and Soothing

    Just the heat on my palms and that bergamotty steam up close to my face.  Some days I wish I could just crawl inside and have it envelop me in that biscuity creamy blanket.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    2 Responses Sep 25, 2008

    Warming

    I have just been down to the server room, for some reason my organisation thinks it should be kept akin to a freezer for hanging meat as opposed to a normal, cool temparature I have my tea at my desk and am truly wishing I could jump into it.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Sep 26, 2008

    The Walk of Shame....

    Standing in clothes from the night before, looking a little worse for wear, make up smudged and hair all over the place, smelling like tequila and holding the biggest cup of tea I can get my hands on when I see someone that would so love to see me looking a mess and not being my...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Oct 4, 2008

    Death And Tea Cup...........

    wow..........what  a comfort...........i wud never *** out..............!!!!well there wud be no need to emerge from it...just giving up..........and dying in a tea cup wud not be so bad.....!!!
    snuffal snuffal
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Jul 29, 2011

    So I Use My Bath Instead.

    Just whack in a few tea bags if you don't have any loose tea paraphernalia. Add milk/sugar to taste. Bob's your uncle, Fanny's your aunt! Ugh, I sound like Jamie Oliver. Remember to rinse off if you've used black tea or milk, else you may get acquire tea stains or curdle. For...
    habanita habanita
    51-55, F
    May 29, 2011

    Mmmh..

    But the tea should have the right temperature. Too hot is not good, but also too cold could be quite unpleasant. I'd love to swim around in a cup of salvia tea :) I think I'll have to add a new goal now: "I swam in tea"
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Sep 25, 2008

    Aches And Pains Of The World

    There are times when I'm physically or emotionally cold, and a hot cup of tea -- too hot by a few degrees, with copious steam emanating from its surface -- is a great comfort. I breath in the steam and smells, and let my fingers hug the hot porcelain. I use imaging to imagine...
    auroramaru auroramaru
    46-50, F
    Dec 26, 2010

    Tay Tea

    Mmmm. There's a place near my home that only sells tea. She has these little sachels that look like acorns or dried figs, and you plunk them into steaming water and they bloom into beautiful lotus-like tea flowers, created with many different tea leaves and herbs and spices... I...
    NYTattooChick NYTattooChick
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Nov 17, 2008

    I Have Done It and You Can Too!!!

    So to turn your steaming hot tub into a "Tea Tub" You will need the following. 2 - oz  of a dry herbal tea-usually sold in bulk at natural food stores like "Whole Foods" or "Clovers" or some place like that. 1c- powdered milk, if you like...
    KaysFun KaysFun
    26-30, F
    1 Response Sep 26, 2008
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