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tea
In the drag community, tea is particularly juicy or sought after gossip or info. Often, but not always, drag drama is associated. Tea is often served during or after drag pageants, especially in online chat sites like Carrie Fairfield where gossip feeding frenzies involving the latest drag related news are a commom occurrence.
Gurl 1: Do you have the tea on the Miss Burned Out Mess 2010 pageant? Inquiring minds want to know about the one judge.
Gurl 2:Yeah, check out the thread about it on Carrie Fairfield ,the tea is being served.
ayon kay binkydeamon ika-26 ng Oktubre, 2010
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Tea
1. An herbal infusion of the leaves of the plant Camelia sinensis consumed as a caffeinated beverage. Originally a Chinese development, tea spread throughout the Far East in ancient times, and then to the West.

2. The evening meal. Mainly this applies in the UK and former Commonwealth countries.

2. An older term meaning the smoked drug derived from Cannabis sativa, i.e. marijuana. This use of the term dates at least as far back as the 1930s.
"Good Tea is My Weakness" -- Sidney Bechet
ayon kay Beaters ika-02 ng Oktubre, 2008
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tea
a term for canabis made popular in the 50's by Jack Kerouac and fellow beats.
Family Guys on tonight, we better get some tea.
ayon kay jentracy ika-26 ng Pebrero, 2006
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tea
Ambrosia
Tea is simply the Ambrosia of the gods.
ayon kay IndyIndy ika-04 ng Enero, 2010
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tea
The best drink ever asides from wine, whiskey, and coke classic.
I drink sencha tea at least once a month.
ayon kay Cogitator ika-09 ng Agosto, 2008
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Tea
A name but not used that often
Hi my name is Tea

Tea Leoini
ayon kay Ifuseekamytonight ika-28 ng Mayo, 2009
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Tea
When it is spelled with a capital letter, without needing one, in the middle of the sentence, it is most likely a reference to anal sex.
"Would you like some Tea, miss?"
ayon kay Mr.Underscore. ika-29 ng Nobyembre, 2012
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