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    the tea junction

    I watched a British movie. There was a van with "refreshments" and "the tea junction" written on it. What does it mean?

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    Re: the tea junction

    It's play on words. When you arrive at a T junction you have to stop (and turn right or left).

    The refreshment van is inviting you to stop and buy tea etc.

    Get it?

    Rover

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