Give Us The Tea

Meaning

Share your gossip with us

Give us the tea is a phrase used to tell a person to share any secrets about herself or gossip she has heard. It's a more modern take on the "spill your guts" or "spill the beans" phrases.

The phrase comes from "Spill the tea," which is a variation of the "Spill the T" phrase where the "T" stands for "truth." The term was introduced by drag queen Lady Chablis in the 1994 book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Give us the tea became popular in 2018 as a variation of these phrases.

Example

"Don't leave us in suspense, give us the tea!"

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Last Updated: April 2, 2019

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