Thursday, November 15, 2012

Tea or coffee

Photo from News Limited.

If you had to guess what our Prime Minister and the US Secretary of State would drink, I would have put my money on our Julia, born in Wales, having tea and US born Hillary having coffee. Not so. Nice scene, isn't it.

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  1. Colin8:32 pm

    Sorry Andrew.
    I think the two of them have far more to talk about that whether it is "Tea or Coffee"!

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    1. Colin, but what a conducive atmosphere to solve the problems of the world. Ok, you and I might solve the problems of the world with a measure of the Scottish Doctor.

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  2. But note the matching pearls ...

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    1. He he, Red. Well spotted.

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    2. Good pick up Red. I had not noticed, but it is quite blatant.

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  3. Ladies Who Lunch.
    Or the wine label that tickles my fancy "Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch" !

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    1. Jayne, two very powerful women, but they have nothing on the ladies of eastern Melbourne and eastern Sydney who lunch. While our Julia might not lunch in the eastern burbs, our GG certainly does, in Sydney eastern suburbs.

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  4. Did you not know Andrew its a woman's prerogative and main goal in life to confuse men haha!!!

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    1. Grace, one way women are very successful.

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  5. Would that be CHINA tea Hillary is pouring?

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    1. She may be interested if it is. If it is Sri Lankan tea, well, she has probably never heard of SL.

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  6. Fruitcake - China tea it could be - Miz Hillary has founded a program for safe cookers to replace all the dangerous little kerosene stoves that Chinese village women use, despite the injuries they have always caused. Thanks HR, I like that photo and their Wilma Flintstone pearls.

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    1. Wilma pearls. You make me laugh Em Stacks. I wasn't aware of that programme. It sounds like a good initiative.

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