Not So Defunct Now
- Mar 30, 2010
As an American, I'm not sure I actually know what a scone is, let alone a crumpet. Are they condiments?Jamash said:AccursedTheory said:Look, we're really sorry about the tea. We've tried apologizing before. We really are sorry.Jamash said:New Hampshire, because while it's not as good as the original Hampshire, at least it has the right idea.
The same is also applicable to New England, New York and New Jersey, which again follow the proud tradition of American remakes not quite living up to the original and somewhat missing the point, but they're still better than the most of the other states with silly names, such as Delaware or Mary Land.
Apart from that, I know absolutely nothing about US States... but I guess it's better to judge a book by its cover than not pass judgement at all.
What will it take for you to love us again?
Well for a start, it would help if you realised it was never just about the tea...
Tea tea tea! All you people ever go on about is the bloody tea! What about the rest of it eh? What about crumpets, the scones, the dainty fine china cups and saucers, the silver sugar bowls and tongs and the rest of the dinner service?
You think you can just ransack someone's elevenses supply, thrown it all in the harbour and they won't notice?
As for the the rest, I'm sure we sent replacements. Though now that I think about it, I think we put a list of what was sent on the outside of the box.
So you, uh... may want to ask China about those bits.