Disclaimer: I dont own Torchwood.
tea·cup /ˈtiˌkʌp/ tee-kuhp
1. a cup in which tea is served, usually of small or moderate size.
2. a teacupful.
3. tempest in a teacup or teapot, a disturbance or uproar about little or nothing.
"Owen, I can't believe it."
"Shut up, Gwen."
"Owen, how are you feeling?"
"Shut up, Ianto."
"Tosh, please don't side with them, Tosh, please."
"Well, Owen, it was quite funny."
"For you lot, maybe!"
"Not for me, I'm sending you the dry cleaning bill"
"Don't be ridiculous, Ianto, Torchwood pays for our dry cleaning."
"Well, you have to pick it up."
"Why me? This is all PC bloody Cooper's fault!"
"Why is it my fault?"
"Who was it that wanted a team-building day out?"
"And who was it that chose Barry Island?"
"Tosh? How could you?"
"I'm sorry, Owen, it's the slot machines, they call to me."
"Don't worry, Owen, something tells me we won't be welcome here again."
"What's that, Ianto?"
"Well it could be something to do with that massive puddle of vomit, or that very hairy man who kept shouting at us."
"Woah, mate, not my fault, I told you, I get sick on the waltzers."
"Yes, Owen, you did, which is why we opted to go on the teacups."
"Despite us being the only adults there and being surrounded by six year old children."
"Come on, Ianto, give him a break. He's buying us all candy-floss to apologise for getting vomit all over us."
"Am I indeed, Tosh?"
"Either that, or I'm getting the CCTV tape and making copies, and we'll show it to Jack when he gets back."
"Fine, candy-floss it is."
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