Then you flip the cup upside down and put money on it to draw out the heat.
Then someone reads the grounds for you and tells you your luck is going to change because there’s a streak shaped like a seahorse.
Filed under Daily Life, Food, Photos, Turkish Culture
Tagged as (sort of) practical advice for living in Istanbul, Daily Life, Food
My grandmother use to read tea leaves. Whoever you were you were always going to meet a tall, dark stranger or come into money – neither of which has ever happened to me!
It was the first time someone hasn’t told me I’m about to meet the perfect man. In fat,she said, “there is no man in this cup. the mens has gone.” BUT… my luck is about to change!
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