More Life Advice From THE Vegan Drag Queen - Part 2 with Honey LaBronx




She's baaaaaack! Honey and Carly got so chatty that they needed a Part 2! They dive deeper into veganism, ethical shoplifting, how Honey got her drag name, and how a better world is waiting there for us.

Honey LaBronx stars in her own YouTube cooking series, The Vegan Drag Queen, and hosts the Big Fat Vegan Radio podcast. An LGBTQ rights activist, she is committed to bringing discussions about animal rights, intersectionality, and social justice to new audiences. In 2011, she was one of 8 activists arrested for blocking New York City traffic while demonstrating for marriage equality alongside her drag mother, Bob The Drag Queen. She has performed around the world raising funds for local animal sanctuaries, rescues, and activist organizations. Out of drag Honey (Ben Strothmann) is an actor, singer, playwright, and theatrical photographer, originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Please note, this episode has been transcribed by a computer, expect some typos!


Carly Puch

Welcome back to another episode of Consciously Clueless. I'm your host, Carly, and I'll be your guide on this journey from consciousness to cluelessness and back around again. Today on the podcast is Honey LaBronx. Again, for part two, we had so many good conversations that they could not be contained to one episode. And as you'll hear, in the end, there will probably be more parts to come. If you haven't listened to Part one yet, I would go back and listen to Episode 35. To get the foundation for our conversations, they might make a little more sense. Or maybe it's more fun if you don't have that. Either way, I hope you enjoy. I as I was listening back to the first part, I not only loved our conversation, but I was actually laughing out loud because I was like, okay, honey, Bronx is the vegan drag queen. And we for sure didn't really talk about being a drag queen. And we had just started touching on being vegan and that was like the whole thing.

Honey LaBronx

Before I'm so sorry. I know that we kind of just started. No, but um, one thing I didn't what is stabbing me. Sorry. Do you ever get this thing where there's just like every single t shirt you has, there's a tiny piece of metal in it that just sticks in the love handle is exactly where it keeps stabbing me. But I found it. You know what it is? It's another metal fiber. Oh, no. Cutting. I was watching Unsolved Mysteries last night and I was just like, kind of scared. I was like, putting my hat on in the brim of my hat pushed against my scalp in a way that I went. Oh. And then I realized there is more shrapnel on my scalp. And I'll tell you, I could be watching HGTV. I could be watching, you know, drag race. But it's while watching unsolved mysteries. It's suddenly I don't want to dig into my scalp with a metal tweezers that like when I'm seeing forensic stuff about like, yeah, they only could show us the his face and chest because I guess the rest of the body was just just like God just ruined. That's when I don't want to dig into my scalp you'll take that reminds me I was doing a show the Will Rogers Follies. Back when I was in Wisconsin, you know, we all make mistakes. And they're the the lead woman, Laura noiser, who was playing well Roger's wife Betty Blake, there was a scene where she's on stage in like, Will Rogers has just died and she's singing this ballad about like, Oh my god, I'm gonna miss you as you do when people die. Um, and she said it felt like, there was like a safety pin or something in my outfit, that like while I was singing, I felt like a little like, a little like jab, a little sting. And, and then she was like, Oh my god, like, okay, don't move that way again, because there's a safety pin or something. And then she felt it again. And then she kept feeling it and just had to finish the song. She went off stage. There was a be in, in a bee inside her costume. It was winter. It was winter winter in Wisconsin. And there was like a hornet or something. Also, bees are my biggest fear.

Carly Puch

Oh, interesting, biggest fear.

Honey LaBronx

I mean, like I would rather swim with like, if if you were trying to like corner me. And it was like, Okay, I'm on a side of a cliff and there's a swarm of bees coming at me. Or you jump off the cliff and then you land in like the ocean where there is the sharks Who are you know, bloodthirsty the bees would the bees would win out like the bees would I'd be like, I'm too afraid of the bees. They chased me off and the sharks got me but at least I'd be like, at least I get to fall for a bit feels like flying. I get to swim a little spend less time in the ocean.

Carly Puch

Can we dig into that created?

Honey LaBronx

I don't know where that came from. But it is Election Day.

Carly Puch

Do you get stung by bees a kid?

Honey LaBronx

I did. I Oh my god. How do I tell the story without all the horrible things we said as children. We had a neighbor in Milwaukee and as many as most people did. Unless you were like indigent, you had a neighbor and the the neighbor's porch. They had this like, doormat that was like a green plastic grass doormat with like a big yellow plastic flower on it. We know the type. And I remember as a kid wanting to touch that. Because I recognize it's trying to look like grass in a flower but I recognize that It's not I recognize it's plastic. And I'm like three, maybe. But like, my brain wants to know if what that feels like yes, it probably doesn't feel like grass. I guess a bee was thinking the same thing at the same time. And so I just remember, I don't remember what happened. I just kind of remember this story. I remember going to touch it. I don't remember anything else. But apparently a bee then stuck me in the forehead. And apparently I had to like go to the hospital. Oh, I remember none of this. But um, and then I'm trying to think of any other stories of being stung by bees.

Carly Puch

But um, you don't consciously remember it, but clearly your like body remembers it

Honey LaBronx

It's stored. There is a neuron somewhere that fused with another and they are just like bees. No. Bad. Honestly, anything that like a dragon fly terrifies me people like but they're dragon flies are beautiful. Like, yeah, they're big, and they're bulky and they have mass and they might fly into me.

Carly Puch

I don't like pine needles.

Honey LaBronx

What's that?

Carly Puch

Pine needles. You know, like the black ones with the pinchers on the end.

Honey LaBronx

Oh you mean a bug? You don't you call them pine needles, pine beetles. beetles. Gotcha. Okay, I heard pine needles. And I'm like that we're taking a jump but okay.

Carly Puch

You know, pine neetles. I don't care about bugs at all. But pine beetles, I will lose my mind. They have pinchers like, I

Honey LaBronx

I gotta google this. Yeah, I think I might know what you mean. Because I think growing up in Wisconsin, we had something like this.

Carly Puch

You had to have had pine beetles. They're menacing. They scare me beetles. And they click when they fly. You can hear him coming. You'll need at least they alert you to their presence.

Honey LaBronx

Are they tiny? Are they big?

Carly Puch

They're. I mean, I guess...

Honey LaBronx

I don't have any memory of seeing these growing up. But they but they did a bite. Mm hmm. They have pinchers Yep. You what's their problem?

Carly Puch

I don't know. And I don't really know why they're here. I don't know what they do.

Honey LaBronx

I mean, that's sort of like that's I don't want to make this like a meritocracy. Like mosquitoes have to earn their keep like Why are they here? Earth saw to put that is one beautiful thing nature. There is no waste in nature, like mosquitoes are here for a reason. Avocado pits our guests there that size for a reason. That was part of some plan. Matt, if avocado pits were the size of raisins. Maybe our oceans would be like 10% as large as they are and everything else would be the barren wasteland. You don't know there is a bow

Carly Puch

Wow. You know? Yeah, you we don't know.

Honey LaBronx

Like the butterfly effect.

Carly Puch

Oh, love that. The flap of a butterfly wings.

Honey LaBronx

So I just want to talk about what I am drinking here. It's not typical for me. I am having a extra large mug of Yorkshire tea. I did a show in February of 2018. I did a tour of England and I did a show in London and Brighton in Manchester. And honestly...

Carly Puch

Can we pause to talk about how cool you sound saying, "Oh tour of England."

Honey LaBronx

I'm well aware. Okay, I just wanted to I just I mean, like that is what I did. I mean, if I were a RuPaul, drag race Queen and I was like, Yeah, we did the work the world tour we did the UK and Ireland and blah, blah, blah. That's just kind of like, yeah, I could throw myself onto a bus and then keep showing up around the world. Like, Hey, I woke up in Belfast. I woke up and now I'm in Liverpool, look at me waking up places. I'm like, No, I flew there and took a train there and then drove I didn't drive anywhere. Um, but you can keep wondering, you can keep writing Oh my god, like, I don't even want to go into like the cultural differences and like, Listen, you agreed to just whatever. It's such a pet peeve of mine when I agreed to do a fundraiser show with an organization. And there are documents there are Google forums, there are things that you there are checkboxes where you're like, Yes, I am agreeing to do this. Yes, there is no guarantee. Yes, we're all taking a chance here but I agree to put in this much work. I recognize that. If I don't put in the work. I don't Oh honey in the Bronx money and whatever. But she's basically losing out on right opportunity that someone else could anyway. Some organizations have worked it and they've come out of there with like 600 even like $1,000 miyoko his ranch in in. She in Petaluma is her ranch in Petaluma, California and North In California, she has a ranch, Toronto composite they own and they were my, my beneficiary at a fundraiser show I did in San Francisco. forget how much we raised, it was like, only we raised like only I did air quotes like 800 or so for their organization. Okay, but several of the people volunteering with me paid attention to what I had written in like the outline, and the part where I said, Hey, if anyone has an employer who matches employee contributions, or anyone has a good donor match, let you know take advantage of that or ask around. One of the volunteers was like, Oh, I can donor match at my old like my somehow his former employer, he was able to get them to do it and someone else there. So the 800 we raised for me Yoko's Farm Sanctuary.

Carly Puch

We're talking to Miyoko's like the delicious vegan cheese Miyokos? Yes.

Honey LaBronx

Miyokos. Yes, yes. Yeah. Okay, good friend of mine, you know, just I just go for brunch with Victoria Moran and I stay over at Colleen Patrick Goudreau, his place when I'm in the neighborhood and then miyoko you know, people talk about her butter, like, I guess she makes this new cultured butter. And I was like, have you had it? It's so good. And I'm like, it's good. But I just, this is just like me listening to my body. Like, I just personally think for myself. It just tastes better when you wake up in her guest room in the morning, and she's already made you a sandwich for breakfast. And then...

Carly Puch

Like I've always said,

Honey LaBronx

Yeah, it just tastes better. It tastes better when it's on a sandwich that miyoko made for you that you wake up to. Um, she is the coolest human being on Earth.

Carly Puch

I emailed her I love her and I haven't heard back.

Honey LaBronx

Oh, I love her. I love her. I love her. I can't imagine not hearing back because she's got so much going on.

Carly Puch

And hopefully that was like a read. That was like a Yeah. But derailed us from your tour in England.

Honey LaBronx

Even the tour was not about anything. The tour was just to say when I was in Manchester, I met these awesome vegans. Richard and Ellie, shout out to Richard and Ellie. And I think that's when I met Earthling Ed apparently, Earthling Ed was there. We were just hanging out or we were at a thing one day, and I guess Earthling Ed was there, or I guess I'm, I met him. Or maybe I'm thinking to a YouTube video that he's in that my friend Richard is in the background. You know how you tell a story. You're like, I was walking down this like dark alley, and there was a guy with a chainsaw. You're like, No, no, that was a movie I saw. Anyway, but I was saying with Richard anelli. These are some bad I just wanna talk about Richard and I, for some reason. They're these first of all, the whole time. I'm there and they're talking to me. I kind of want to be like, you guys. You guys don't have to keep doing the accent for my sake. Like, it's cute. I'm really thoroughly charmed, but like, if you want to just like be normal. But then I realize like, this is what they normally talk. Like, I'm like, Oh, that's cool. My first ever British friend. I could not get that when he's talking. He's being serious. I always think when he's talking, he's making a joke or doing a thing. Mm hmm. Because I'm like, Oh, this is a real person who really talk. This is like, you know, when you're 18 and you're just meeting your first like, I mean, I probably met people with British accents at that point in my life. But anyway, so Richard, Nellie, they agreed to host me while I was in town, because I needed a place to say you know, my I'm not talking I'm like Bob the drag queen. I'm talking like there's no tour boss, there is a me either renting a car or flying and getting people to drive me and then it's a question of like, okay, who can host me for the night? And of course, no one in Brighton could be bothered, even though there's many other people there. I was working with no one could bother. But so I had to rent a hotel. Um...

Carly Puch

Not bitter, it's fine. We're over it.

Honey LaBronx

I'm not, listen, I can be bitter or I could be better. It all comes down to one little letter. Oh, original lyrics by Kathie Lee Gifford.

Carly Puch

Yeah.

Honey LaBronx

Kathie Lee Gifford bringing her into the episode. Anyway, Richard and Ellie were like, yeah, you can you can stay with us. But the morning, the morning after your show, we're waking up at five to go to a cow save vigil. And I was like, Oh, no, no, don't that's fine. You know, I usually sleep into like, no, you'll be coming with us. I'm like, Oh, well, we'll we'll see. I mean, you know, I, I generally after a show, if the show ends at midnight, I might not get out of drag, though to I might need an hour or two to fall asleep. They're like, you can stay with us. And you're coming with us to the thing in the morning if you're staying with us. And I'm like, Okay, these are the kind of people in hindsight who like they get to talk to me this way. They are those people. And, and they were talking about a vegan pizza place in Manchester called Zags where I've worked at and been to many vegan restaurants where it's like, people come in wearing fur and it's kind of like, yeah, we just can't really say anything, you know, like, We're glad they're here but like they're a customer and we don't want to make them uncomfortable. Like we're not Just to cater to vegans zazz in Manchester if you walk in with a further back, get the fuck out of here. Do you think you won't get the fuck? Don't ever come back? Yes. Like, I haven't seen this for myself, but they're like, Oh no, we don't fuck around with that shit. Do you bring a bacon cheeseburger into like a kosher delicatessen? No, and you don't wear a furry God, they will they don't fuck around. They It's so nice because I don't swear on my podcast, and it's kind of so I'm used to just never swearing like when I'm doing an interview, but I'm going anyway. And Ellie and Richard were talking about why they shoplift and I'm kind of like, in recovery. We talk about...shoplifting.

Carly Puch

Okay, no, I just want to just want to check...

Honey LaBronx

Shoplifting. As a person in recovery we talk about rigorous honesty, and it's like, you know, I won what's called the affordable housing lottery. So I my apartment is like, what you would consider like, this, this apartment, if that went at market rate, my apartment will be like a $4,000 a month apartment. Yeah, I pay 650 660 a month for it. Because I wanted the affordable housing lottery. This is the second time I've wanted I've actually been selected for it several other times, but I've just turned it down. Because it's never been as nice as what I currently have.

Carly Puch

I don't even know what that is. You mentioned people always ask that.

Honey LaBronx

They always ask me, what's the affordable lottery?

Carly Puch

Last time you were like, well, it's literally a lottery and I was like, okay, I'm not gonna ask.

Honey LaBronx

You will you lie that's probably made me making it sound like Well, that's a stupid question. But no, you fill out your application almost like you would for like a credit report or something for like, like a credit card application. Like you know, your financials, your background, your info your income, you submit that and then when there is a apartment, and each building has its own lottery, so you keep applying to the lottery, you fill out the info once then you just click to submit for each one enter your initials, mine RBS, whatever your Thank you. And you just need to show that like my initials are BS. So sure for what it's worth. But um, and then when your number comes up or not, when your number when they pick you, then you go and interview and then you have to show that you actually meet the income requirements and the credit score and blah, blah, blah, there's all these other hoops to jump through. It's not the easiest thing in the world to get it but it also or it is a city thing. Okay. Hmm. But, um, no, wait, no, I was talking. Oh, so, um, if when I first gotten this, the first time I got it, there was some technicalities, I didn't realize I didn't have to do all of this, there's an easier way I could have gone. But I tried to do the way where I had to show my income, show my work, show my taxes, blah, blah, blah, long story very short, I kind of didn't need to do all that. But the way the route that I went, it's funny, I lied about certain things to get it. But then in retrospect, they were true. Like, I just decided, I'm just gonna add $10,000 on to that I'm gonna, you can amend a past tax return. If you need to show your taxes from a certain year, you can be like, let's just say I made 10,000 more that year. But then I realized I looked at one of my restaurant jobs that paid me partly off the books. And I realized they didn't report my income. So I'm like, I actually worked for a little over $10,000 worth of income that didn't get reported. I wrote a letter had had the tax person sign an affidavit, blah, blah, blah. And I got it put in thinking I was lying. And then I realized it was actually true after the fact.

Carly Puch

You manifested it. It's fine.

Honey LaBronx

I see. There's that. But my point being, yes, rigorous honesty. 98% of the time, as my dad said to me at the time, he's like, Ben, your government is lying and cheating and stealing and to get ahead and do whatever they want. If you don't do everything in your power to get this apartment, you are a sucker. And I'm like, if I want advice, I asked my dad, and I do the opposite of whatever he says, because only once every 10 years, does he say the right thing. And this was one of those times he said the right thing. So it's been 20 years, any day now. I'm waiting number say another, but

Carly Puch

Is this is this related to the honesty with your klepto friends?

Honey LaBronx

Yes. Okay. So okay, in that sense, at that time, I still had an attachment to the idea of rigorous honesty. Like, if it's the truth, that's what matters. Whereas, like, if I could lie and cheat and steal, and the result of it is I could find a way to get mitch mcconnell put away for life and tried for war crimes against humanity or whatever. Yeah, I would absolutely do it even if it was dishonest because the ends would justify the means.

Carly Puch

It's kind of like a robin hood situation, right?

Honey LaBronx

If I could end animal exploitation by lying to my parents about something, then yes, it's worth that lie. Right. Right. Like the animals don't have the luxury of while rigorous honesty. So anyway, so Richard, now We're talking about shoplifting. And I didn't ask until I didn't I never asked them but like they made me this delicious meal and then later mentioned that they're dumpster divers, which I at that point, I had never dumpster dives. I have since dumpster dived in Toronto, after a show on the way back with the host who I was staying with, while I had a friend on tour with me filming a documentary of my tour. So here I am in drag with a camera crew. And my friend is like, I just want to stop here quick and see and like, stop at the grocery store. And like their clothes. She's like, I know and like we aren't even pulling around to the front of it. We're going around to the back of it like Oh, she's like, it's Thursday, or whatever day it was like this is when they put out all the good stuff. And she's like, Do you want to come with me? I'm like, I am in heels.

Carly Puch

Full drag. So with a camera crew, what do you think? D

Honey LaBronx

Do it, you can look up Honey LaBronx's dumpster dive on YouTube. It's a two part video. Um, but like, when I pictured a dumpster diving, I picture you gross, nasty, disgusting. Imagine an entire dumpster that's filled with green peppers. And there's nothing wrong with the green peppers. Well, you don't want the ones on the bottom or on the sides or touching the top lid. But guess what? The ones in the middle are only touching other green peppers. And they throw away produce. It's perfectly the dumpsters smell delicious because that means...

Carly Puch

Sad

Honey LaBronx

It's when you want to see it for the first time. It's it's I what is the word for like, it just shocks you into being awake? is one thing. This is my friend Katrina shout out to Katrina in Toronto. She told me, you know how we say animal agriculture is the number one contributing factor to global warming. Apparently it's not. Apparently it's number two. You know, number one is food waste food waste. Now I had someone just coming over to like see my apartment one day she let me see her apartment. Then she wanted to see mine. I'm like, Okay.

Carly Puch

I'll show you mine.

Honey LaBronx

Yeah, it was it was very New York, New York City thing. And I was showing her like, Well, here's like, my recycling goes. This one's for paper. This one's for. We'll get back to Manchester in a moment. This is for paper. This one's for plastic and metal and whatever. And here's for the garbage. And she's like, wait, you put your food scraps in the garbage? I'm like, yeah, and she's like, you don't compost. I'm like, No, but like, it's just food scraps like these are all like, it's just food. Yes. I love that. I don't need to explain this to you. Rose. We're listening. She's like, Ben, think about how Wait, what's the word? How blink happens? What is the process by which the sun in oxygen breaks it down. decot. How decomposition makes vision. He's like, it requires oxygen. If this banana peel is just surrounded by trash, there's no way it's ever breaking down. Eventually, it just turns into methane, I guess over time. And then that gets released. And I was like, Oh my God. And of course I have a much smaller freezer. I'm thinking of getting a chest freezer. So I have more freezer space. But I would like to start freezing my food scraps. In fact, I've even started asking, among the we have like a little Facebook group for our building. It's the second largest residential building in New York. It's not the kind of building that wants us to have a little community bulletin board and they were pissed. But I was like, Listen, there's a certain luxury buildings like this, they have an app called Building link. And most my last building building link had a message board. So you could just go on the message board like hey, I'm selling these these cycling shoes, or does anyone know of a good violin teacher? It was such a great thing to create community.

Carly Puch

I say what community building?

Honey LaBronx

Right? Will they I asked them and they're like, Yeah, no, we're not doing that here. It's like and then they got pissed when someone started a Facebook group and like put little slips under everyone's door. Even the doorman who's my best friend. He was like, Oh my God, we were so unhappy about that like Well, yeah, shut up. Let us do it on your service, which then you're in control of but yet you try to block the voice of the people. You try to block people from peopling and guess what, we're going to people all over this place. But anyway.

Carly Puch

People want to compost.

Honey LaBronx

That's the thing I was saying on the group. I'm like, Hey, does anyone want to like do a compost effort like like, this week? It's my turn next week. It's your turn. And like this week, okay, I'll come by and I'll collect the compost from everyone's you know, Trash Room. And then I'll take it down to like the community composting place and then next week, you can do it. But I mean, honestly, I think even easier than that. I think I've since seen there's one only a few blocks from me in the park. I could probably run it there. But anyway, so Richard and Ellie, they're talking about shoplifting. And oh, so I realize now that like the meal They made for me was probably all dumpster dive food. And when Katrina made a beautiful meal for me the first night there, I'm like, Oh, this is probably all dumpster. And they're not like, hurting for it. They're well off financially. But they're like, we can't justify buying more food, when there's enough food being thrown in the garbage. Like, this is our way of helping save the earth. And, and then I actually cooked with them from dumpster dive food. And it was like, Oh, this is so exciting. Like, there's just all this free stuff. Um, but anyway, so Richard, now they were cooking for me. And then they have like, these big plastic tubs for like food storage containers, they got those from the from the dumpster. So anyway, they were talking about shoplifting and how basically, I don't want to go in this long thing about it, because they said it so much better that maybe I should interview on my podcast about the ethics of shoplifting, but they were talking about, uh, how, like, these corporations rule the world, they are, like, Who says that lithium is yours? Who says that forest is your who says this? these minerals from the ground are yours. They are in the earth I was born on those are mine. Yes, I know. They're 8000 miles away. I'll get to them. Okay, I'm first I'm doing my closets in the Marie Kondo thing. But they were like, these corporations are interfering so much with our lives. Yeah, and not sharing any of the profits not sharing any of the wealth. And they're like, and they didn't have to like, I can't explain it too well. But like, in that moment I got shoplifting is, let me see if I get this. I remember 10,589% ethical, you cannot convince me otherwise. Um, I'm not gonna do it for like a mom and pop shop. But the...

Carly Puch

Funny thing I know, that is like, the first thing that popped in my head, I was like, Oh, my God, I might my cute little small town like.

Honey LaBronx

No not something like.

Carly Puch

For so long in my life. Like, I just started thinking,

Honey LaBronx

But like, even the retail thing like, like, I'm thinking of like The Container Store, because they're boarding up all of Fifth Avenue. And because it's Election Day, and I need to go to Container Store to return some parts. And I'm like, oh, when am I gonna? And I started imagining Container Store getting broken into and how I'm sure their manager would be upset that that happened. But it's like, Are you really that upset, like, all you got to do is do your job, let corporate deal with the loss and they've got the money for it. But um, we went to this place, it was an all vegan grocery store. And like, they had baked goods, and they had every product and blah, blah, blah. And as we left, I said, but like, you guys wouldn't shoplift, like from there, would you? And they're like, of course we would. And I'm like, but they're like, a little individual vegan. And they're like, yeah, and their parent company is Walmart. And that's when I was like, Oh, my God like that. That's, it's like, it's everywhere, you know, and it's like, even even once upon a time, Whole Foods seemed like, oh, I'll go to I only buy my mike food from Whole Foods. And I was just like, yeah, it's just the devil anywhere you go, you know?

Carly Puch

Oh, man, I have so many feelings. I have so many. I'm like, yeah,

Honey LaBronx

I'm doing so many things. Oh, but so anyway, they made me a cup of tea. And that all relates back to the tea that I'm drinking dairy, cow, ADHD, I pick up a mug of tea. And it's not just this is Yorkshire tea. It's there is an entire football field of tangents and branches that are associated with that. But they made me like a cup of tea and I'm like, I'm not gonna be rude and say teas, nasty. I'll take a coffee, but fine. And they made me a cup of tea. And I was like, What is this that I'm drinking? They're like, good, isn't it? And I'm like, they're like, that's Yorkshire tea. This is in Manchester, Northern England. I don't know if that's considered northern Northern England, but it's in the northern. And they're like, that's sort of like what we're known for here. Like Manchester, I guess is like, part like sort of near the Yorkshire area. And I'm sure you can get Yorkshire tea anywhere, especially in England. But this is like specific to their part of Manchester. That's their tea they drink and it's I don't love Earl Grey. I don't love English Breakfast tea. I kind of thought that's most English tea. Hmm. But you're and I don't put sugar in my tea and my coffee anything. But when I drink Yorkshire tea, it is with some oat milk and sugar and it's the most heavenly thing you've ever had. It's just so good.

Carly Puch

I love Earl Grey and English Breakfast tea. So I feel like this would be Oh,

Honey LaBronx

You're gonna love it.

Carly Puch

I drink, I'll drink any tea though.

Honey LaBronx

Earl Grey English breakfast. Not bad. Not bad. I like them. They're just Earl Grey tastes a bit perfumey to me.

Carly Puch

I like but just so funny because I add lavender to my array.