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  • Oh, hello.

  • Whoa!

  • Have you heard the idiom spilling Tea?

  • Now that was fake.

  • But I actually did spill tea earlier today.

  • I spilled it on my list of things to do.

  • I don't know if you're spilling tea.

  • That means you're gossiping.

  • You're talking about somebody when they're not there.

  • And if you're spilling tea, it's really juicy gossip.

  • Not just a regular gossip, Juicy if it's juicy, it means it's extra scandalous gossip.

  • So it's not gossip.

  • Like I heard she quit her job, but it's more gossip.

  • Like I heard she cheated on her husband.

  • So do you like juicy gossip?

  • Do you like to spill tea?

  • Please tell me any and all juicy gossip I am dying to hear.

  • He arranged for letters to be sent from the capital that chronicled everything from the political happenings to probably more importantly, juicy gossip and scandals.

  • Is spilling tea just a fun pastime, or is it a potentially dangerous trend?

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B1 gossip juicy tea spilling spill idiom

SPILL TEA / JUICY | ENGLISH IDIOM #MinuteEnglish

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/27
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