How you know they\’re talking about England

In a report upon sex in public places, the New York Times tells us:

A stroll through the field the other day unearthed no doggers (it was raining) but revealed much evidence of their existence. Debris — used condoms, things made of rubber, pages torn from pornographic magazines, snack wrappers, discarded tea cups — littered the area.

Matters have certainly changed over the years: we used to have tea instead of rather than a well as but that presence of tea does indicate an English location, does it not?

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