FENNEC TEA ISSUE
Answering a popular demand, the SNA Postal Administration has issued a sheet dedicated to the famous Fennec Tea, the traditional drink of the Spanish North Africa. Please look below for explanations referring to some questions we have recently found on RCSD.
I am very concerned about fennec
tea (which may be the world's only non-vegetarian tea):
-- What parts of the fennec are
used in making the tea?
-- Are wild fennecs or
domesticated fennecs used in the production of fennec tea?
-- If wild fennecs are used, can
their population support the fennec tea industry?
-- What is the proper etiquette
for drinking fennec tea? Should it drunk from a cup or a mug? Is it proper
to squirt a bit of camel milk into it directly from the camel, or should the
milk first be squirted into a camel milk decanter?
-- It is rumored that fennec tea
is an aphrodisiac. Should we let Victor drink it?
-- It is also rumored that
shares in SNA Fennec-T Corp. are soon going to be offered on all of the
major stock exchanges, including SNADEX. Should I invest my life savings in
fennec tea stock? Your advice may make all the difference!
-- Has fennec tea been
commemorated on any SNA stamps? If not, how soon can we expect such stamps,
how many trillion will be printed, and can I buy one (1), and what will
their catalogue value be? Will they be a good investment? Your answer(s)
will make all the difference.