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||Hello from Nova Scotia Canada!|
I was just writing to you regarding the e-mail you received, in which the writer spoke of bubbles in tea being called "money bubbles". All my life, each time I poured the tea in front of my mother, she would say "Look! Bubbles! That means you'll have money coming in!" We made it into a game and the trick was to learn to pour the tea for maximum bubblage. According to my Mum, my grandmother always used to say "Drink your bubbles dear!" to her when she was a child.
I've also heard that bubbles in your tea means someone's talking about you.
My mother is British but grew up in Wales during the war. She thinks it's an old Northern Wales saying.