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Double Rubber Gloved Muff Mug

keeps you warm from top to fingertips
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Yes, instead of a handle, this large mug has a rubber glove sticking out of each side. The gloves are inside out like those on a hazardous material glove box. Fill the mug to the line with coffee or cocoa and insert your hands into it.

The gloves are insulated so the hot liquid causes a gradual warmth to spread from your hands up your arms. Though there is a central ceramic pillar with which to hold and lift the mug, your hands can also clasp, twiddle their thumbs, or even stir the beverage.

Settle down in front of a crackling fire with a muff mug of freshly brewed tea that warms you inside and out. Imagine how grateful your bed partner will be when you crawl under the sheets with toasty warm fingers after a muff mug of steamy milk. Or on a sweaty summer day, chill out with both hands immersed in iced tea.

FarmerJohn, Feb 23 2005

slang dictionery http://www.peevish.co.uk/slang/m.htm
look in the m's [dentworth, Feb 24 2005]

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       how do you dunk your biscuit?
po, Feb 23 2005
  

       "Muff mug indeed"<sniggers under the sheets>"Muff mug indeed"
skinflaps, Feb 23 2005
  

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'Muff said.
  

       Something about the "muff mug" makes me a little uneasy. Please don't ask me why. (Skinnyflaps, if you are thinking about muff mugs, under the covers, sniggering, you might consider GETTING A GIRLFRIEND SOON ;-)
blissmiss, Feb 24 2005
  

       [blissy] muff has more than one meaning around here, unfortunately the vulgar slang and FJ's suggestion got the better/worse of me <sniggers>
skinflaps, Feb 24 2005
  

       'muff'- new to me   

       on The Daily Show, Eric Idle joked he was going to do rap, & going to call himself "Muff Daddy"
dentworth, Feb 24 2005
  
      
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