Thursday, November 4, 2010

Celebrities and Tea?


A Celebritea Party? Two things I spend absolutely no time or money on. I mean, I get Ladies Who Lunch but really, tea parties? How many tea parties have you been to in the last six months? Not counting the political ones?

A Celebritea Party?
Anything celebrating celebrities should be shunned.
Tea? You mean like Bubble Tea?
I don't eat no stinkin' crumpets.
Call me when the Margarita Party gets started.
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6 comments:

froggy said...

This series is starting to look like Dialing for Dollars.

Big Shamu said...

Yeah, not too impressed with this episode.

LaDivaCucina said...

I have enjoyed yummy afternoon teas in Sydney many times though. (and of course as a three year old) Dee lish scones and cream and jam! YUM! I hated that "tea experts" comments on this show and how she tried to make Devonshire sound French. She said: da von sha You know I wanted to slap her....

PS: Sham, you've been slammin' out the posts lately! whew

Dani said...

Our Shamy is AWESOME!

Making Space said...

First of all, agree with The Shamster Rockin' the Blog these days. Woot!

Second, I voted for bubble tea, but only since you didn't include the hippie option: homemade kombucha.

If I could have tea with Johnny Depp in that outfit I would, though. I wanna see that makeup up close. And ask him if it itched a lot.

Making Space said...

I have a general comment about this particular show - something I really like about it. I'm perfectly willing to guffaw and roll my eyes at the Dawn Hand Renewal Sweepstakes that seems to be happening every week. And Mostly I want to thunk Morgan on the forehead with every bite of his delicious desserts.

But here's what I REALLY like. The judges acknowledge that you get eliminated based on THIS dish. Yes. At the same time, they talk about each contestant's overall work and talent. So, for example, a person being eliminated (or even close to being eliminated) will be told that they are better than this. I hope I'm expressing that clearly - it's an attitude that seems unique to this show, and I really like it. It's almost like the judges themselves want the contestants to live up to their best work, and get upset if they don't.