Tuesday, March 21, 2006

The English & Their Tea


with a Modern Twist
This made me laugh so much I was crying but I don't think my mother would approve. If you similarly would have a problem with rapping and bad language, it's probably better if you don't check out this movie.

photograph picture English Tea Rap

You might have a little trouble with the download - I had to reload a few times before I got to see it the whole way through. Just in - Addition: This link should work better or even this one!



PS. Perhaps this will inspire you to throw a full-on English Tea Party on April 23rd (St George's Day). That's what I will be doing to make the most of What's For Pud?!


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The English & Their Tea

22 Comments:

  • At 21/3/06 13:06, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That is muthaf*ckin' hilarious! If I had to pick a favorite line, I'd end up quoting the whole thing.

     
  • At 21/3/06 13:17, Blogger Owen said…

    I think that's going to be my personal anthem for a while

     
  • At 21/3/06 13:55, Blogger Jennifer said…

    Woo-hoo! Afternoon tea break! Yah, baby.

    For people who haven't seen the SNL piece (which prompted this English response), here it is: http://www.holylemon.com/SNLNarniaRap.html

     
  • At 21/3/06 14:18, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    if i wouldnt approve then its just as well i could not get sound- but now i want to know why i would not approve!!

     
  • At 21/3/06 15:54, Blogger Greg said…

    Tell me they didn't dis the Pooh

     
  • At 21/3/06 17:01, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    LOVE it! Did you see you can buy t-shirts with lines from the rap?

     
  • At 21/3/06 17:01, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'm older than your mum, I'll bet, but I think it's hilarious. Maybe that's because I hang out with rude boys (my teenaged grandsons) who love to do videos, too.

    Thanks for brightening my afternoon, Sam.

    PS It was easier to understand Britspeak than most American rap lyrics -- and maybe that's just as well.

     
  • At 22/3/06 05:12, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Ahah Sam, how did you find that?? Funny funny! Which makes me think *so* much how many times I am teasing my Brit and Irish friends about their "cup of tea"! It all boils down to tea!

     
  • At 22/3/06 09:45, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    That was crunkdiggity.

     
  • At 22/3/06 11:42, Blogger Darlaing said…

    hilarious!!

     
  • At 22/3/06 16:35, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    This is hysterical!!!
    I love the line about dipping scones in tea (all other condiments are whack...).

     
  • At 22/3/06 17:37, Blogger Joy said…

    I thought the SNL one was the funniest thing I'd ever seen but this gives it a run for it's money!!!

     
  • At 22/3/06 18:18, Blogger Fiber said…

    Very friggin' funny!

     
  • At 24/3/06 18:38, Blogger Dive said…

    "all other condiments are wack!"

    Here! Here!

    Ali G, watch yo back, my wigga.

    k.

     
  • At 25/3/06 14:33, Blogger Dagny said…

    I suddenly have the urge to brew a pot of tea -- after I finish wiping the tears away.

     
  • At 26/3/06 09:44, Blogger the chocolate doctor מרת שאקאלאד said…

    Hahahahaha

    Thanks so much for this. whoops, there's the kettle--gotta go!

     
  • At 26/3/06 11:01, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Beautiful! Perfect soundtrack for a lazy Sunday drinkin' a muthaf*ckin' cuppa'. Thanks.

     
  • At 27/3/06 19:16, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi...I'm new to blogging but I just wanted to say I love your site.

    I liked your idea about St George's Day and am working on a recipe.

    Regards
    Kevin
    www.wannabetvchef.blog.co.uk

     
  • At 28/3/06 23:43, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Sweet find Sam! 50 cent is definitely feeling some tough competition...Thanks for giving me a good start into Wednesday :)

     
  • At 29/3/06 14:31, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    is it just me or does the smaller look like a MUCH hipper Woody Allen?

     
  • At 30/3/06 13:25, Blogger Tea said…

    I've been walking around for the past two days singing "Tea motherf***er, tea motherf***er" (and trying to make sure I'm not doing it out loud for all to hear).

    So funny, thanks Sam!

     
  • At 3/4/06 07:21, Blogger Sam said…

    Hey everyone - this was forwarded to me by a Brit colleague at work. I drink my tea every morning to a different rhythm even since!

     

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