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January 21, 2013


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What a riot. I would leave it on my coffee table or, better yet, on a nightstand in a guest room.

lunch at 11:30

omg. the british are so odd and yet...i can't get enough of their accents, regardless of what they're actually saying. also: i worked at public television station for four years, the mainstay of which is afternoon british comedies. it was a shitty place to work but i bet you could've gotten a free "afternoon tea" mug out of it somehow ;)


I would LOVE a PBS telethon tea mug. And lemme guess, 'Are You Being Served?' was in heavy rotation??


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