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If the English experience is real, tea

gives the English their morals, makes

their skin pallid, makes them prone to hypocrisy

and backbiting; this much is certain, it does

not improve women’s moral of physical hygiene.

Where women drink tea, love is defiled at its

very core. Such women are wan, feeble, gossipy,

tedious, holier-than-thou.

“If the water is real , the river will

be sustainer of

all life.  we will tear ourselves

apart to be together, like a ship that

has been built in one sea, but

destined for another.  You swimmers

are despicable, honest and