Plan an Afternoon Tea Party and We'll Guess Which Pretty Little Liar You Are

By: Jennifer Post

Plan an Afternoon Tea Party and We'll Guess Which Pretty Little Liar You Are
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About This Quiz

Based on a book series written by Sara Shepard, "Pretty Little Liars" took the world by storm in just one episode. It had mystery, attractive actors and actresses, and storylines that were farfetched but just realistic enough to make you feel like you were living in the show. It centers around four friends who are trying to solve the murder of their fifth best friend, Allison. But soon, they start getting tormented by a figure named "A" who taunts them about their secrets.

The first season feels like a technology throwback because the girls get handwritten notes and emails from A, whereas in later seasons it's done through text message. The writers still kept some handwritten notes for the creep factor, though.

The twists. The turns. Just when you think something is going right, it goes horribly wrong. Let's hope your tea party goes much smoother! Spencer would probably host the best one, but her upbringing was very bougie, while Emily would probably rather throw a karaoke party. Tea parties can take on many styles, which works perfectly because the four main liars are all so vastly different. Which Pretty Little Liar are you? Plan an afternoon tea party in this quiz, and we'll guess!

What day of the week is the best day to host an afternoon tea party?
A Sunday afternoon
Saturdays are ideal.
Friday so I can skip school/work.
A Thursday would really shake things up.

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Who are you inviting?
Everyone I know.
Only people I really want to spend time with
Popular people only
Friends, coworkers, enemies

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Are you cooking or having your party catered?
Definitely catered. I can't believe you'd even ask that.
I'm gonna try out some family recipes.
I'll have people bring stuff.
I'll chop some vegetables and have the rest brought in.

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Where exactly will this party be taking place?
At my parents' house
In a park
A place that's way better than my house
The art museum

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Who is designing your invitations?
I have a friend who will do it.
I'll just send an email.
A stationary boutique
I'm designing them!

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Do you have a color scheme in mind?
Pastels for sure
Whatever goes with navy blue
Shades of pink
Think of a galaxy

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How many different tea options will you offer your guests?
Just two
I have so many tea bags so really, whatever they want.
Oh. I haven't thought about that.
A black, a white and a green

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What are you wearing to your own tea party?
The quintessential tea dress
Nice jeans and a dressy t-shirt
Something high fashion
A dress with lots of cutouts

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Some say there's only one way to drink tea, but are you giving your guests options?
There will be a whole bar of things they can out in their tea.
Just milk and sugar
Sugar is fattening, so milk and honey.
They can have lemons, milk or sugar.

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Will your guests get to take their tea cups and saucers home with them?
Well, I can't send them home empty handed now can I?
No, because I rented them.
Yes! That's a perfect party favor.
No, they're from my personal collection.

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You can't have a tea party without tea sandwiches. What flavors will you have?
Cream cheese and cucumber and cheddar and chutney
Fancy ham and cheese and egg salad
Peanut butter and jam and one I haven't thought of yet
Vegan BLT and grilled chicken

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Will there be scones?
Duh!
Plain ones with lemon curd
No scone is complete without clotted cream.
Cranberry orange ones!

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What would happen if you had to sneak away for a secret mission during your party?
I would politely excuse myself.
I'd just leave.
I couldn't sneak away.
I'd escape through my bedroom window.

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If you had to pick the most memorable part of a tea party, what would it be?
Hearing all the different conversations
That first sip of tea
Seeing what everyone wears
Eating all of the different foods

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Who are you definitely not inviting to your tea party?
My parents' friends
My parents
Anyone who would threaten my popularity
My teachers/boss

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Doilies are pretty classic for afternoon tea. Are you including them in your table-scape?
Of course!
Maybe one
Doilies aren't chic.
Shoot. I probably should.

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What sweet treats will be on the tea tower?
Petit fours
Dessert empanadas
Fruit cups
Mini cupcakes and chocolate eclairs

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Are you serving up any other beverages besides tea?
Does iced tea count?
I'll definitely have coffee too.
Water
Freshly squeezed juice

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Is there a dress code for entrance?
I was very specific on the invitation.
It's whatever you're comfortable in.
No jeans
I asked for tea-themed jewelry.

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If an unexpected guest shows up, how do you handle that?
Ignore them until everyone leaves
Confront them right then and there
Get someone else to ask them to leave
Run up to my room and call my friends

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How long will this tea party last?
Three hours, no longer
Until I want it to be over
All afternoon
Hopefully no more than four hours

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Your guests are getting a little bored. How are you keeping people entertained?
A magic show
Karaoke
A fashion show
A dramatic reading of "To Kill A Mockingbird"

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How long would it take you to plan this party?
Months
Only like a week
It would pretty much be a last minute thing.
I'd have help, so not long.

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Is there an ideal time for a tea party to start?
Noon is perfect.
I like 1 p.m. for some reason.
Around 3 p.m., so it's in between lunch and dinner
2 p.m. seems like the perfect time.

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What fresh fruits or vegetables will there to snack on?
Different types of melons
I love a good vegetable tray with broccoli and peppers.
Whatever is in season
Carrots

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If the food starts running low, what do you do?
Call in more
Grab whatever I can from the kitchen
Hope people start leaving
Let it run out. The party has to end sometime.

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Would you take special requests for tea varieties?
No, I'm on top of it.
I'd take some input.
I know nothing about tea, so I'm relying on requests.
Maybe, but I probably wouldn't listen.

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Are you going to personally say goodbye to every guest when the party is over?
That is the polite way to do it.
I don't think that's needed.
The guests can come to me to say goodbye.
I'll be too busy.

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Do you think you should send thank you cards to your guests or the other way around?
Both are proper etiquette.
I'm not sending anything.
They should send me cards.
I'll mean to send thank you notes, but I'll forget.

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If there's leftover food, what are you doing with it?
Put it in the freezer
Send guests home with leftovers
Donate it
Eat it after everyone leaves

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