drank PG Tips by PG Tips
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Last night, I opened up a new box of rectangular PG Tips bags (which is the only kind I can get here in the Greater Philly area) and noticed that the bags seem to be smaller than previously. The tea is also a bit weaker and flatter, so I’m brewing it longer. Perhaps I just got a bad box. Usually, this is a predictably brilliant everyday tea.

I think Jillian mentioned that Lipton took over the distribution rights for PG Tips in America, but I think both companies are owned by Unilever, which owns about one-fifth of all goods in the world. I really hope this isn’t a preview of things to come. Right now, I’m looking forward to having a Red Rose rather than another cup of PG Tips from this box.

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Lived in Pennsylvania until I was 29, ran away to live in the woods in England for five and a half years, then returned to America. Used to have a late lamented webpage about Peter Gabriel, guinea pigs and model horses called “In rraven’s Eyes”. Here’s a quick tip—remember to not leave your computer with your ex when you leave for another country. Would like to be a white horse when I grow up. But, until then, I am a freelance writer.


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