Before we moved here, I thought that tea time was this daily 3:00 PM ritual where everyone sat down, drank tea and had a biscuit.
Don't get me wrong...in some instances, this is exactly what tea time is (at Brady's office, one of the guys goes around and gets everyone tea and coffee at 3:00).
As for every other time...it just depends. Some people say 'tea' when we would say 'lunch' or 'dinner.'
As the 'Dragon' from Room on the Broom would say, "...and I'd like to have witch and fish for my TEA!"
Sorry...I just read that to P before nap-time and I couldn't help myself!