Step Away From The Green Tea

OMG, it’s bad enough bunnies are being born without ears but when Japan’s green tea is contaminated with friggin radiation…everybody panic. Hmm, yes Japan’s biggest growing tea area, the Shizuoka prefecture, is reeling after high levels of radiation were recorded from this year’s first harvest.  The scary part is the radiation was found by accident after a mail order Tokyo company had it privately tested. Authorities fear contaminated tea may have already gone to market, which wouldn’t be so bad if it wasn’t for the fact around 42% of Japan’s green tea comes from the Shizoka area. Green tea is to Japan what Champagne is to France. Needless to say the tea growers are friggin furious, not to mention the Loon, who drinks copious amounts of imported Japanese Gyokuro green tea.

 

12 Comments

Filed under All That Is Wrong With The World, Friggin Japan, Friggin Scary

12 responses to “Step Away From The Green Tea

  1. It’s not only green tea, it’s glowing green tea! Sounds like a winner to me.

  2. I did notice a glow in your eyes Loon…. However that could be the demon in you….or you are just of your face……hmmmmm the latter more likely…. 🙂

  3. Fairy Face

    Mega just keep yourdelf nice alright lol! The Loon … off her face..ah I’d never believe that .. or.. oh never mind !

  4. Guess we’ll have to just stick with Beer..

  5. Julie

    So if we smoke it …. will we kill the radiation?

  6. Just think it everyone is born with an IQ of 50 or below everyone could run for office.

  7. Just when I thought I couldn’t like tea any less…

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