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  1. jayfx

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    Chip muffin with gravy
     
  2. oman0115

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    A gentleman doesn't dine till after nine
     
  3. roy.or.r

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    Do you guys mix milk with tea or is tea without milk more common in the UK?
    I would also like to know why people in UK talk a lot about chips and gravy? Is it very popular?
     
  4. super_city_si

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    WTF? you can have tea without milk?!! Shudders
     
  5. TikiTaka

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    Haha. Announcement at tea-time could mean anything to me, I had to know ;)
     
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  6. Stoned Rose

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    A cup of tea is referred to as a brew.

    No one calls it a cup of tea unless they’re from Altrincham.
     
  7. George Hannah

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  8. Murph

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    A little bit of milk, anyone who has a milky brew needs shooting.
     
  9. horlock_was_super

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    How come them golfing blokes have tee all the time?
     
  10. blueparrot

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    Used to like tea with milk and gravy on my chips, don’t like either now. Don’t drink tea don’t eat soggy chips.
     
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