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Tea and Sympathy

One of my friends and I spent a pleasant Valentine’s Day afternoon going downtown to the Chelsea/West Village area to avoid homework, because that’s all I seem to be doing these days. 852 more words

Restaurants

12 British-inspired places in NYC to make Will and Kate feel at home

MANHATTAN (PIX11) — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may be thousands of miles from Kensington Palace, but luckily for them, New York City has plenty British-inspired shops and restaurants to make them feel more at home. 480 more words

Manhattan

MOVIE REVIEW | Tea and Sympathy (1956)


“Manliness is not all swagger and mountain climbing. It’s also tenderness.”

A movie called Tea and Sympathy, made in 1956.  I don’t know about you, but for me, that conjures up certain preconceptions.   534 more words

Crumbs of comfort

In July I had found myself on a leaky lifeboat and in August I felt washed out and blue but now in September I am on dry land having been buoyed up by copious amounts of tea and sympathy and homemade cake. 21 more words

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Captain Britain enjoys a nice cup of tea.

Inspired by The Mighty World of Marvel issue 15, here is a gallery of Captain Britain indulging in that most British of pastimes, drinking tea. 99 more words

Captain Britian's Most British Moments

Tea and Sympathy film - A Revolutionary Film

(Before I begin, I just want to say that this is an adapted and revised essay (gonna call it more of an article though lmao) that I wrote last year as a part of a film studies module on American film. 1,556 more words

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