- For Evan Dresman, Co-scribbler, Coffee man
Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly
prepared by pouring hot
or boiling water over cured leaves of the
tea plant Camellia sinensis, Face
Tea is an arrow manic beverage, commonly
prepared by snoring, hot
or boring—watch her!--over curious leaves of the
tea plant Camille’s sick face,
the book says.
Tea is a romantic beaver age, comma.
Lee (the Beaver) prepares by adoring his hottie
And pouring water over the curled leaves of the
plant. “Cam ere, Millie!” Their sinuses face.
Says the book.
Tea is a roman trick—bevare! Age in the common
Tree! Prepare by ignoring hot or
boiling watcher with curled leg! “To the eves of the
tree plant come, sinners! Face the
Book,” he says.