By Kate Lalic
My Cup of Tea
He’s not my cup of tea, an english saying that says it all! In England, the term is often used to say politely to your girlfriend that her man is a loser. It’s commonly used to say that someone is a pain in the … culo! Oh well, more tea vicar?
On a more positive note, people or things with which one felt an affinity began to be called ‘My cup of tea’ in the 1930s.
I have a Coup de Coeur, as the French say, for the Royal Albert Collection. It’s trendy but still classical.
Every piece of the Miranda Kerr’s collection is on my Xmas list!
On this snowy Black Friday,