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  1. #1
    Somebody Guest

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    Does tea go bad?

    My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.






  2. #2
    Helpful person Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    On Oct 9, 10:03*am, "Somebody" <e...@mail.au> wrote:
    > Does tea go bad?
    >
    > My brother would re-use his a couple times... *I don't drink that much tea,
    > so it's usually a few days between uses. *But with this cold snap, had a
    > couple the last couple days... *Green Tea, caffeine free... *my mom would
    > always say about food: *if in doubt, throw it out.


    Must be from the USA

  3. #3
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

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    "Helpful person" <[email protected]> wrote

    > Does tea go bad?
    >
    > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    <
    <Must be from the USA

    Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    --Tedward



  4. #4
    Dave Smith Guest

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    On 09/10/2012 2:33 PM, The Undead Edward M. Kennedy wrote:
    > "Helpful person" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >> Does tea go bad?
    >>
    >> My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    >> so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    >> couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    >> always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    > <
    > <Must be from the USA
    >
    > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.
    >
    > --Tedward
    >
    >


    I am sure the idiot knew that when he cross posted it.


  5. #5
    Helpful person Guest

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    On Oct 9, 1:31*pm, Dave Smith <adavid.sm...@sympatico.ca> wrote:
    > On 09/10/2012 2:33 PM, The Undead Edward M. Kennedy wrote:
    >
    > I am sure the idiot knew that when he cross posted it.


    Probably. However, this idiot didn't.

    http://www.richardfisher.com

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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Your_smrat_=AE?= Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    On Oct 9, 2:33*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:

    > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.


    Do the teabag:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJIEKd_XepU

  7. #7
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Somebody" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:k51ld4$es8$[email protected]..
    > Does tea go bad?
    >
    > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much
    > tea, so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap,
    > had a couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom
    > would always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.


    OMG! Apparently you don't know what that term means!

    And yes, tea does go bad. I am not sure how long it will keep for.
    Probably a year or two after it is picked.

    As for reusing the bags, this was a common practice during the depression.
    But each cup will be weaker and weaker.



  8. #8
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k51qlc$ie9$[email protected]..
    > "Helpful person" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >> Does tea go bad?
    >>
    >> My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much
    >> tea,
    >> so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    >> couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    >> always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    > <
    > <Must be from the USA
    >
    > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.


    Yes, it does.



  9. #9
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote

    >>> Does tea go bad?
    >>>
    >>> My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    >>> so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    >>> couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    >>> always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >> <
    >> <Must be from the USA
    >>
    >> Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    >
    > Yes, it does.


    Sounds like personal experience!

    --Tedward



  10. #10
    Bryan Guest

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    On Oct 9, 4:52*pm, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > "Somebody" <e...@mail.au> wrote in messagenews:k51ld4$es8$[email protected]...
    > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... *I don't drink that much
    > > tea, so it's usually a few days between uses. *But with this cold snap,
    > > had a couple the last couple days... *Green Tea, caffeine free... *my mom
    > > would always say about food: *if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > OMG! *Apparently you don't know what that term means!


    It means a dumbass who has bought into the whole Ayn Rand/trickle down/
    the ultra rich are demi-gods who *create* jobs nonsense.
    >
    > And yes, tea does go bad. *I am not sure how long it will keep for.
    > Probably a year or two after it is picked.


    I don't think that it goes bad. The flavor just deteriorates
    somewhat, especially if it isn't tightly sealed. It certainly isn't
    going to become unhealthful.
    >
    > As for reusing the bags, this was a common practice during the depression..
    > But each cup will be weaker and weaker.


    Not just weaker, but inferior in flavor. I guess teabags are fine for
    those who make one cup of hot tea at a time, but for larger
    quantities, loose tea is far more economical. Last time I looked, a
    KILOGRAM of green gunpowder tea was about $10 at an Asian grocery. A
    kilo makes 200 or more gallons of iced tea, so 5 cents a gallon.

    --Bryan

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    Mr. N.A.Cho Guest

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    On Oct 9, 2:33*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > "Helpful person" <rrl...@yahoo.com> wrote
    >
    > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    > > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    > > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > <
    > <Must be from the USA
    >
    > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.
    >
    > --Tedward


    please take your sexual preversions elsewhere, we do not tolerate this
    kind of demented filth in our chatroom you heathen freak of nature.

  12. #12
    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k526b4$2kd$[email protected]..

    > OMG! Apparently you don't know what that term means!
    >
    > And yes, tea does go bad. I am not sure how long it will keep for.
    > Probably a year or two after it is picked.
    >
    > As for reusing the bags, this was a common practice during the depression.
    > But each cup will be weaker and weaker.


    I don't mind it being weak... I like it for the warmth. Sometimes, I just
    hold the cup to warm my hands.




  13. #13
    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    How did this get cross-posted-- and why? Where is the Moderator?
    ***

    I just wanted to know how long it was okay to re-use a tea bag.




  14. #14
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Somebody" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:k53g34$feh$[email protected]..
    > How did this get cross-posted-- and why? Where is the Moderator?
    > ***
    >
    > I just wanted to know how long it was okay to re-use a tea bag.


    Then why did you post the nasty subject?



  15. #15
    Andy Guest

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    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > "Somebody" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:k53g34$feh$[email protected]..
    >> How did this get cross-posted-- and why? Where is the
    >> Moderator? ***
    >>
    >> I just wanted to know how long it was okay to re-use a tea
    >> bag.

    >
    > Then why did you post the nasty subject?




    Julie,

    Nobody seems to misbelieve that his posts only appear his
    monitor and yours, the world view, in an instant, never being
    comprehended.

    He's earned a low-class world opinion, in record time, imho.

    Best,

    Andy

  16. #16
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging


    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> "Somebody" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:k53g34$feh$[email protected]..
    >>> How did this get cross-posted-- and why? Where is the
    >>> Moderator? ***
    >>>
    >>> I just wanted to know how long it was okay to re-use a tea
    >>> bag.

    >>
    >> Then why did you post the nasty subject?

    >
    >
    >
    > Julie,
    >
    > Nobody seems to misbelieve that his posts only appear his
    > monitor and yours, the world view, in an instant, never being
    > comprehended.
    >
    > He's earned a low-class world opinion, in record time, imho.
    >
    > Best,
    >
    > Andy


    I think so.



  17. #17
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

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    "Mr. N.A.Cho" <[email protected]> wrote

    > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    > > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    > > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > <
    > <Must be from the USA
    >
    > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    <
    <please take your sexual preversions elsewhere, we do not tolerate this
    <kind of demented filth in our chatroom you heathen freak of nature.

    Net copping on the usenet is so 1993...

    --Tedward



  18. #18
    unklbob Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    On Oct 10, 10:23*am, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    wrote:
    > "Mr. N.A.Cho" <ThisSpaceForR...@mail.com> wrote
    >
    > > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that muchtea,
    > > > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, hada
    > > > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > > > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > > <
    > > <Must be from the USA

    >
    > > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    >
    > <
    > <please take your sexual preversions elsewhere, we do not tolerate this
    > <kind of demented filth in our chatroom you heathen freak of nature.
    >
    > Net copping on the usenet is so 1993...
    >
    > --Tedward


    Not too many people know that the term "teabagging"--that is, pressing
    the scrotal sack against the forehead of of the "teabagee" became
    popular after it was mentioned in the movie "Pecker" by John Waters.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0126604/

  19. #19
    Mr.Smartypants Guest

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    On Oct 10, 8:35*am, unklbob <mcgrisw...@aol.com> wrote:
    > On Oct 10, 10:23*am, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "Mr. N.A.Cho" <ThisSpaceForR...@mail.com> wrote

    >
    > > > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    > > > > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    > > > > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > > > > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > > > <
    > > > <Must be from the USA

    >
    > > > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    >
    > > <
    > > <please take your sexual preversions elsewhere, we do not tolerate this
    > > <kind of demented filth in our chatroom you heathen freak of nature.

    >
    > > Net copping on the usenet is so 1993...

    >
    > > --Tedward

    >
    > Not too many people know that the term "teabagging"--that is, pressing
    > the scrotal sack against the forehead of of the "teabagee" became
    > popular after it was mentioned in the movie "Pecker" by John Waters.
    >
    > http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0126604/



    Is that something Goo and Dutch would like to do together?

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    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Re: tea bagging

    "unklbob" <[email protected]> wrote

    > > > Does tea go bad?

    >
    > > > My brother would re-use his a couple times... I don't drink that much tea,
    > > > so it's usually a few days between uses. But with this cold snap, had a
    > > > couple the last couple days... Green Tea, caffeine free... my mom would
    > > > always say about food: if in doubt, throw it out.

    >
    > > <
    > > <Must be from the USA

    >
    > > Tea bagging means something *entirely* different in the USA.

    >
    > <
    > <please take your sexual preversions elsewhere, we do not tolerate this
    > <kind of demented filth in our chatroom you heathen freak of nature.
    >
    > Net copping on the usenet is so 1993...
    >
    > --Tedward


    Not too many people know that the term "teabagging"--that is, pressing
    the scrotal sack against the forehead of of the "teabagee" became
    popular after it was mentioned in the movie "Pecker" by John Waters.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0126604/

    -----

    Are you one of those "trolls" or whatever they are? Tea bagging is
    when a man puts his nut inside woman's vagina.

    --Tedward



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