A woman is like a tea bag - you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.— Eleanor Roosevelt
Fantastic Tea Bag quotations
Women are like tea bags.They do not know how strong they are until they get into hot water.
People are like tea bags; you never know how strong they'll be until they're in hot water. In times of trouble, you not only discover what you truly believe but whether or not you can act on your beliefs.
London life was very full and exciting [.
..] But in London there would be no greenhouse with a glossy tank, and no apple-room, and no potting-shed, earthy and warm, with bunches of poppy heads hanging from the ceiling, and sunflower seeds in a wooden box, and bulbs in thick paper bags, and hanks of tarred string, and lavender drying on a tea-tray.
Human beings are like tea-bags. You don't know your own strength until you get into hot water.
Women are like tea bags: put them in hot water and they get stronger.
I told her tea bags were just a convenience for people with busy lives and she said no one is so busy they can't take time to make a decent cup of tea and if you are that busy you don't deserve a decent cup of tea for what is it all about anyway? Are we put into this world to be busy or to chat over a nice cup of tea?
A Christian is like a tea bag -- he's not worth much until he's been through some hot water.
The Tea Baggers, they're not a movement, they're a cult.
... Cults tend to populate from within, encouraging members to have huge broods of children and to give them strange names, like Moonbeam, and Trig.
To get rid of swelling... I put green tea bags on my eyelids. Or I grab cold spoons that I leave in the freezer and put them on my eyes.
a women is like a tea bag.it's only when she is in hot water that you realize how strong she is.
Frank once slipped something into the pocket of a luggage handler at the airport and said: "Have a drink on me." The luggage handler later found out it was a tea bag.
You'll see in the movie he constantly does that-he only drinks his tea a certain way, brings his own tea bags, the guy pours hot water, it's like a consistency throughout the film, but he never breaks his habits. I mean, to a point, where he has to.
You'll see a consistent, like the tea, the tea bags you saw there-you'll see a consistent-did you see the cafeteria? I mean the diner?
I hire tea by the tea bag.
Telling a butler how to make good tea;
Warm the pot first, please, then put two heaping teaspoonfuls in the pot no bags in boiling water, and when it's in, stir it. And when it comes here, I will stir it again.
He dunked his tea bag and watched the results critically.
“I really must get a new supplier. This tea is pathetic. America just doesn’t understand tea at all.