Teatime Quotes

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Gerald Durrell
“Tea would arrive, the cakes squatting on cushions of cream, toast in a melting shawl of butter, cups agleam and a faint wisp of steam rising from the teapot shawl.”
Gerald Durrell, My Family and Other Animals

Terry Pratchett
“The important thing about adventures, thought Mr. Bunnsy, was that they shouldn't be so long as to make you miss mealtimes.”
Terry Pratchett, The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents

Rupert Brooke
“Stands the Church clock at ten to three?
And is there honey still for tea?”
Rupert Brooke, The old vicarage, Grantchester

Emory R. Frie
“Blood, sweat, and tea, sister! That's what it takes to achieve all great and terrible things.”
Emory R. Frie, Wonderland

Terry Pratchett
“Wanna see how creepy I can be?"
-Mr Teatime”
Terry Prachett- Hogfather

Colin Watson
“To tell the truth, it is regarding the physical side of marriage that I have always been apprehensive...There so seldom seems to be enough of it," said Miss Teatime.”
Colin Watson

Hillary Manton Lodge
“Linn sat up a little straighter when the first course arrived, smoked salmon profiteroles.
By the time we'd moved from the panini and tea sandwiches and on to the Parisian Opera Cake and devil's food teacakes, Linn had downed almost everything set in front of her, as well as an entire pot of tea.
"It's all so good!" she said, wiping her hands on her cloth napkin. "I love the tiny portions. And they just keep bringing food! I love this. We should do this every day."
"I completely agree.”
Hillary Manton Lodge, A Table by the Window

Anyway,’ he said, snapping the cap decisively onto his fountain pen, ‘let's go and see
“Anyway,’ he said, snapping the cap decisively onto his fountain pen, ‘let's go and see what's for tea’. He noticed, surprised, that he had been needing to talk to somebody about what he was doing, and Jessica felt the sleepy gratification of a child who has been told a story.”
Alice Thomas Ellis, The Inn at the Edge of the World

Bhuwan Thapaliya
“Nothing takes me closer to the world than a cup of tea. Every cup is a bridge.”
Bhuwan Thapaliya