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Just a tea's

“Tea” is usually sufficiently plural, of course, but owners wanted something more plural just to be clear. Like usage of “fishes” to indicate multiple species of fish, “teas” would have been fine.

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(Thanks, Colin Purrington!)

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Dave says:

…and even where the apostrophe is correct, they still manage to foul it up. “Ming’s”, grammatically fine – but typographically it’s a straight ‘typewriter’ apostrophe in the middle of a connected script. It should be a nice scripty apostrophe, and kerned right up close so that the g and s still connect to each other. Grrr.
[a typography pedant writes]

Perhaps they put the apostrophe in “teas” to tease…or should I say “tea’se”?

Mark says:

I wonder why that ‘O’ in ‘omelettes’ is so very emphatic?