Lauren Krueger & Matthew David Brozik

“…all the t in China”?

In Definally on October 11, 2011 at 1:00 pm

There’s no “t” in “China”!

…all the t in Tortuga would make more sense. Or even …all the t in Pittsburgh. No?

  1. All the t/tea in Boston would probably make most sense because you can play off the double entendre. Not only is there a “t” in the word Boston, but the town is also famous for some little incident involving a tea party.

    And when do we get to hear the results of that contest? I want to know the word for old friends who just met.

  2. I am thoroughly dissatisfied with this response and demand that you refund my money.

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