1)A reason that teases you. (NOUN - Categorical)

2)The season for tea. (NOUN)
Typically used when a BBC fan is feeling sad due to a sudden character death in a serial.

Also used when feeling incomprehensible sadness
(Explanation: Tea is said to be a 'hug in a cup' Therefore the teason is the season for hugs in cups. )
1) That teason is so ridiculous, I don't even know why I am annoyed by it.

- "simply because"

- "because I said so"

- "because he likes you"

2) It's that teason again, make me a cup of tea will ya?
作者 Brazenwriter 2013年1月18日
The time between the fall and winter when the snow falls and melts repeatedly teasing winter sports enthusiasts.
Hayes was tired of waiting out the teason to get the snewest.
作者 Bennifer Angipitt 2009年10月29日

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