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The New York Times has recognized that it did not discover bubble tea

That boba in your tea? It's, uh, been there for a while. The New York Times issued a revision Thursday after publishing a bizarre article Wednesday about bubble tea called "Those Blobs In Your Tea? They're Supposed To Be There." The article itself wasn't much better, implying that boba — a popular beverage stateside for years — has finally hit it big in the United States.
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