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What time is tea time in London?

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Question by joe
Submitted on 10/27/2003
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What time is tea time in London?

Answer by skoalfcker
Submitted on 7/18/2004
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i believe, historically, English tea time is 4:00.  also worth mentioning, tea is sometimes used synonymously with "lunch".


Answer by Barbara
Submitted on 7/20/2004
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Tea time in London in my personal opinion is anytime you gather a nice group of people together in a traditional Central London tea room for a relaxing exchange of chatting on the day's events.


Answer by eduardo
Submitted on 12/21/2004
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I like the straight answer of 4pm. I wish for an earlier time maybe 2pm. When is tea time in the English army. as I recall when working with them in 1944 it was about 2pm.


Answer by Mike Winston
Submitted on 5/25/2007
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I believe 3:00pm is an appropriate time for tea, certainly in my office.  Anyone care for a cup?


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