i miss chai!

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by arlia, Sep 6, 2005.

  1. arlia

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    i really really have a craving for chai!
    i want i want i want!
    *stamps feet*
     
  2. dhARmaMiLlO

    dhARmaMiLlO Member

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    Find your local chinese store and make you own :p
     
  3. Bentenamin

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    stick aload of spices in some milky tea, tada
    ... and get some flags and drums
     
  4. Spyder

    Spyder La dah de dah

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    go to tesco you lazy person
     
  5. IronGoth

    IronGoth Newbie

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    Chai is tea. I can't stand when people say "chai tea" any more than I can stand it when people say "PIN number" ARGH

    Chai is tea and some spices boiled in milk. Google a recipe and make some.
     
  6. Bentenamin

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  7. IronGoth

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    There's tons. ATM machine is another that bugs me.
     
  8. taoflipflower

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    Nobody said it here; except yourself.
    Can't say i'm interested in your digressional rant too much :rolleyes:

    but we all have opinions.
     
  9. Claire

    Claire Senior Member

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    that-told-you...*snigger*:D

    I-love-Chai-tea:D

    I--have-it-without-milk-or-sugar-though...a-mix-of-being-vegan-and-odd:D
     
  10. Dandelion_Blood

    Dandelion_Blood Gremlin

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    shut up! she means the chai chaple... it wasn't just the chai it was the atmospher! the drums, the people.. ! but.. they chai was to yummy for words!
     
  11. Sax_Machine

    Sax_Machine saxbend

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    may I interrupt all this stress?


    Worst. Advert. Ever.
     
  12. Power_13

    Power_13 insult ninja

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    Hey, has anyone ever noticed that Chai Tea is a spoonerism of Thai Chi?

    [/digression]
     
  13. PIXIEFIED

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    i thought chai is made with milk or soya milk?? all the chai ive hads been made with soya milk
     
  14. arlia

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    i never had any!
    grrrrrrr
    people in supermarkets dont even know what im talking about!
     
  15. Bentenamin

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    what you can't buy chai chjapels at Tescos ! :eek:
     
  16. arlia

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    hahhaah!!!!!!
    I REALLY MISS THYE CHAI CHAPPEL!
    EVERYTIME I GO TO SLEEP I KEEP HEARING THE DRUMS IN MY HEAD STILL!
     
  17. Peace-Phoenix

    Peace-Phoenix Senior Member

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    Dharm you, you uncultured heathen swine, Chai is (adopts Goodness Gracious Me accent) Indian:p It's also, next to Earl Grey, one of the finest teas in existence....
     
  18. Claire

    Claire Senior Member

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    and-peppermint:D
     
  19. IronGoth

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    Chai is Hindi for "tea"
     
  20. PinkMoon

    PinkMoon Senior Member

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    chai is also turkish for tea..

    and power13... me and my friends realised the tai chi.. chai tea thing at glastonbury a few years back...spent a good few hours giggling at it...and every so often i still find it funny..
    why is it funny?
    i do not know...

    i love chai

    and also earl grey

    i hate agreeing with sal...
    but tea rocks my little world
     

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