Thought you may have an opinion, would you try it?
http://www.canada.com/life/panda+poop/6 … story.html
Firstly, I couldn't afford it. Secondly, why would I want to eat poo for the 70 % of nutrients supposedly therein, when I could just eat my five a day? So no, he's on a loser me thinks.
From the article:
"The first batch of panda dung tea will be sold in lots of 50 grams that will cost some $3,500 each, a price An said makes it the world's most expensive tea. Most people use about 3 grams of tea per cup."
It would make a great gift for my boss.
I thought the thread title was a metaphor for the state of our search engine traffic.
"After brewing the first pickings, An described the tea as fragrant and smooth. Some of his guests, however, were not impressed."
The more I read the better the quotes.. Then I got to this one... And I DIED.. lol
$3500 for 50 grams? I could make Hokey hockey tea much cheaper!!
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
Google on Twitter: "Panda refresh is rolling out—expect some flux over the next few days. Fewer than 0.7% of queries noticeably affected"September 18th 2012
by BealeD 8 years ago
Why does my dog seek out and eat cat poop?I have a 12 year old red merl aussie. She had ALWAYS gotten into the litter box. Even though I have scolded her for this, she is very sneaky (as anyone with an aussie knows) and will get into it when I am not looking.
by Clive Williams 4 years ago
Sob, Sob, Sob, I thought panda's were adorable creatures. Why does Google panda hates me? Why?
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