Funny Tea Commercials

Today, I have collected some of the funniest tea commercials.
 
Twinings – Drowning tea bag

 

Oishi Green Tea commercial from Thailand

 
Wicked 1st National Touring Cast Tea Commercial

 

Pakmail – Tea Party

 
And at last a UCBComedy tea commercial

 
 
What is your favorite tea commercial?
 
Leave a comment below!

Funny Tea Commercials0Palle Frid Svensson2011-11-01 00:28:00Today, I have collected some of the funniest tea commercials.
 
Twinings – Drowning tea bag

 

Oishi Green Tea commercial from Thaila…

Guest Bloggers

Please listen to my latest podcast on Cinch.fm. I have mentioned our contributor, Linus Hammarstrand.

Do you want to become a guest blogger, or do you have tips on potential candidates?

Guest Bloggers0Martin Lindeskog2011-10-31 01:47:02Please listen to my latest podcast on Cinch.fm. I have mentioned our contributor, Linus Hammarstrand.

Do you want to become a guest blogger, or…

Birthday tea celebration

This weekend I meet up with my family and had a great time celebrating Halloween, and today, my 31th birthday.

I mostly drank white and green teas from China.

However, I am really interested in testing out a special birthday tea blend, like Adagio teas Birthday Tea, created by Christine Rillo. The blend described as

A treat for any day of the year! A tasty blend of vanilla, cream, and a touch of caramel. The inclusion of rainbow sugar sprinkles adds a festive note and makes this tea perfect for celebrating your special day.

It has received really positive review judgements.

Halloween Tea Drinks

Do you have a favorite Halloween tea drink? In the video clip (with a glow filter screen), I am drinking Yunnan tea with a splash of Unicum. Have you had a Moscow mule or Shanghai green tea drink with Smirnoff vodka? Time for a tea partay? :)

Halloween Tea Drinks

Two years ago, I wrote the post, Crush It Book and Tea Time, and in 2010, I published Feeling Alive During Halloween.

Storm in GOP Teapot

Do you foresee a split of the GOP due to the Tea Party movement? Check out Walt Handelsman’s cartoon, GOP Split.

It’s a trap ! by Stéfan, on Flickr
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License  by  Stéfan 

Here is an excerpt from Ronald Brownstein’s post, The Two Republican Races:

The CNN/ORC surveys divide Republican voters into those who express support for the tea party and those who are neutral or opposed to the movement. In the most recent survey, 49 percent of Republican voters expressed sympathy for the movement, 45 percent said they were neutral and 5 percent said they opposed it.

That roughly 50-50 split is a reasonable proxy for the divide in the party between the most ardently ideological and populist elements (who express support for the tea party) and the somewhat more pragmatic (and to some extent moderate) voters who are more focused on reviving the economy than crusading against Washington. (Largely overlapping with that divide is a similar division between voters who identify as evangelical or born-again Christians and those who don’t; most polls have found evangelicals disproportionately represented among the tea party supporters.)

(NationalJournal, October 27, 2011.)

What do you think “search trends tell us about Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party“? I don’t think that “Occupy Wall Street will continue to beat Tea Party in searches” in the long run…

 

Automatic Tea Makers – Magic or tragic?

The art of tea making has progressed a long way from it’s origin.

What’s your opinion? Are the automatic tea makers magic or tragic?

Automatic Tea Makers – Magic or tragic?0Palle Frid Svensson2011-10-18 22:27:41  by  meg and rahul 

The art of tea making has progressed a long way from it’s origin.

What’s your opinion? Are t…

Boston TeaParty.nu Celebration on 12/16

You are welcome to join us on December 16 for a celebration of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. We want to commemorate the Sons of Liberty with a toast and a tea party. Here is an excerpt from our press release:

The reason for launching it on the Fourth of July, is to celebrate the foundation of the United States of America initiated by the patriots called Sons of Liberty. The Boston Tea Party event has an important role in the development of the American Revolution that led to the Declaration of independence.

You are welcome to join the “Tea Party Now” revolution at TeaParty.Nu (nu = now in Swedish)!

The spirit of the “Tea Party Now” movement and the mission of “connecting tea enthusiasts” is illustrated with the TeaParty.nu logotype created by John Cox.

(MyPRGenie.com, July 28, 2011.)

Agenda:

  • Mingle
  • Toast to the Sons of Liberty
  • The Boston Tea Party
  • TeaParty.nu
  • Afternoon / high / afterwork tea
  • Raffle

Reading material:

 

Boston TeaParty.nu Celebration on 12/160Martin Lindeskog2011-10-17 16:17:01You are welcome to join us on December 16 for a celebration of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. We want to commemorate the Sons of Liberty w…

Tea gets you running

The world’s oldest marathon runner, 100-year old Briton Fauja Singh, attributes his success to ginger curry, cups of tea and “beeing happy”.

he has revealed the key to conquering his daily 10-mile training regime is eating plenty of ginger curry and drinking copious amounts of tea.

‘I am not a learned person in any shape or form. To me, the secret is being happy, doing charity work, staying healthy and being positive,’ he said.

‘If someone says I must stop running I ignore them – invariably they’re younger than me. The secret to a long and healthy life is to be stress-free.

‘If there’s something you can’t change then why worry about it? Be grateful for everything you have, stay away from people who are negative, stay smiling and keep running.’

(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2032862/Ginger-curry-copious-cups-tea-Worlds-oldest-marathon-runner-100-reveals-secrets-success.html#ixzz1b2I6lVEP)

What kind of tea gets you running through the week?

 

Tea gets you running0Palle Frid Svensson2011-10-17 18:52:51The world’s oldest marathon runner, 100-year old Briton Fauja Singh, attributes his success to ginger curry, cups of tea and “beeing happy”.

he has …

Is Mitt Romney a Tea Drinker?

Do you know if Mitt Romney is a tea drinker? Has he received an invitation to the tea party?

and now a word from Mitt Romney…

Mitt Romney cartoon by John Cox

www.JohnCoxArt.com


Is Mitt Romney a Tea Drinker?0Martin Lindeskog2011-10-14 01:15:49Do you know if Mitt Romney is a tea drinker? Has he received an invitation to the tea party?

and now a word from Mitt Romney…

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Tea Party Dot Com Domain

Do you think that the Canadian rock band, Tea Party, will “sell out” and dump the domain name www.TeaParty.com at a web auction?

TeaParty.com

TeaParty.com

From Schuyler Velasco’s article, Qwikster, Teaparty.com are hot properties online. How much would they sell for?:

The political tea party already owns teaparty.net, teaparty.org, and teapartypatriots.org, among others. But according to Mr. Shamos, teaparty.com is far more essential.

“It has extraordinary value, in terms of e-commerce,” he says. “People want to put dotcom after everything, because it’s the most commonly known. If I tell you about the Tea Party, you’re going to look up teaparty.com first.”

(http://www.csmonitor.com/, September 21, 2011)

TeaParty.nu is worth $449 at the moment, according to CubeStat. TeaParty.com has an Alexa traffic rank of 383,732 and “reputation” of 126 (sites linking in).

Here is an excerpt from Joshua Green’s article, Teaparty.com Could Make a Rock Band Rich:

Teaparty.com is probably approaching its maximum value. The good news for the band is that there is no shortage of potential suitors: the Republican Presidential candidates; conservative political action committees; a wealthy Tea Party backer (the Koch brothers, perhaps?); a mischievous Democratic group. “The timing of this sale couldn’t be more brilliant,” says Stephen K. Bannon, the former Goldman Sachs (GS) investment banker who directed a trilogy of films about the Tea Party (including this summer’s Sarah Palin biopic) and is considering acquiring teaparty.com. “It could cause a lot of trouble if it fell into the wrong hands.” And that’s just in the world of politics. “If you had guts and worked in the marketing department at Lipton Tea (UN),” Adelman suggests, “you could take advantage of the interest to drive a huge marketing campaign.”

(http://www.businessweek.com/, September 15, 2011.)

Tea Party Dot Com Domain0Martin Lindeskog2011-10-14 00:46:44Do you think that the Canadian rock band, Tea Party, will “sell out” and dump the domain name www.TeaParty.com at a web auction?

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