Cold Tea

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Cold Tea | Code | Certain unmentionable Chinese restaurants have been known to serve beer after hours when you ask for a “cold tea”, so named for the covert practice of serving beer, usually cheap domestic swill, in a tea pot.

Usage | “Shit! I missed last call. My only chance is for some cold tea in Chinatown.”explore-the-lexicon

 

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