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Most British people take tea bags on holiday






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Most British people (about 55 per cent) take tea bags with them on holiday. British people are famous for drinking tea. Tea bags are the most popular comfort item British holidaymakers take abroad. Other things Britons take on holiday are toilet paper, towels and potato chips. They also take biscuits - perhaps to dip into their tea.

One person explained why he took tea bags. He said: "I always take my favourite tea bags on holiday....It doesn't matter where I am, the tea bags go with me." A woman asked why people need tea bags. She said: "We should try the food and drinks of the culture we are visiting."

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