Warm mugs, wide smiles, and brotherly love. What better way to spend a Tuesday evening?
That’s the question asked by TJ’s Tremendously TasTeful Twice-monthly Two-hour TeaTime, hosted from TwenTy:TwentTy-Two To TwenTy-Two: TwenTy-Two (8:22-10:22 PM). Also referred to as TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT (20 Ts!) or TeaTime by the brothers. The search for a better way to spend Tuesday evenings continues.
Any good social event has to have something to offer participants, and the $80 of quali-tea purchased fill that role. Brotherly love and boiled water keep us warm when Old Man Winter rolls into town, and the snow he pelts down on us only make the view from our windows even nicer.
The hospitality of the Lodge brings an environment of relaxed exuberance to life, brothers buzzing like bees in the hive. These vibes allow conversation to flow like honey, letting us all catch up while slowing down. Cordial discussion is the purest way to grow one’s mind, and there is no better way to carry on such dialogue than over tea.
This gracious atmosphere was enhanced on last Valentine’s Day, as the romantic love brothers felt in their personal lives served as a cozy backdrop to the warmth typical of teatime. Regardless of whether any individual member did or did not have a significant other on that evening, brotherly love was in the air at Sigma Phi Epsilon.
So next time you catch yourself looking at the ceiling on a Tuesday night, yearning for pleasant company to lighten up a dull evening, look no further than 1717 Greek Way, Bozeman, Montana. If you show up anytime from 20:22-22:22 PM, you’ll be welcomed to a nice glass of tea and delightful conversation.