Storm in a Teacup

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Storm in a Teacup may refer to:

  • a variation of Tempest in a teapot, an idiom meaning a small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion

Film, TV and games[edit]

Music[edit]

  • "Storm in a Teacup", written by Lynsey de Paul and Ron Roker
  • "Storm in a Teacup", a song by Sheffield band Milburn from their debut album Well Well Well
  • "Storm in a Teacup", a song from the Red Hot Chili Peppers album Stadium Arcadium
  • "Storm in a Teacup", a song by Badfinger, written by Tom Evans, appearing as a bonus track on the Magic Christian Music album
  • "Storm in a Teacup", a British top ten song by The Fortunes, written by Lynsey de Paul and Ron Roker
  • "Storm in a Teacup", a song by English synthpop duo Erasure from their 2007 album Light at the End of the World

Literature[edit]

  • "Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life", a book written by Helen Czerski

See also[edit]