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Jesus Tumbler

Turns water into wine (or soda, or whatnot)
 
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Tired of paying $1.39 for 5 cents worth of soda at your favorite fast food joint? It's especially irritating when you can get a glass of water at the same place for free. But now you can have the best of both worlds: ask for the free glass of water, and pour the water into your new Jesus Tumbler. Then press the button on the side, and the discreet machinery at the bottom of the glass mixes sugary syrup and/or carbonation into the water. A moment later, you have your soda, without having to pay the inflated soda prices. Comes with 2 refillable syrup-and-CO2 cartridges, each good for about 5 'miracle sodas'.
Jeremi, Mar 09 2002

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       Does it work for Buddhists, Pagans, etc. or is this strictly for Christians? How about agnostics - does it change from water to soda to water to soda....
bluerowan, Mar 09 2002
  

       The way I understand this, it's just a machine that mixes sodas for you. But the cost of the machine and ingredients for the soda that it makes is probably more than you would pay for the same amount of soda at the restaurant over time.
Galileo, Mar 09 2002
  

       I am?
Jeremi, Mar 09 2002
  

       I apologize, Jeremi.  I was probably mistaken.
bristolz, Mar 09 2002
  

       True, UB. I doubt the tumbler would be able to store enough sugar to manufacture more than one Coke, anyway. [Envisions Jeremi hauling around a tiny cup anchored to a disproportionate, bloated bag of sugar crystals]
jester, Mar 09 2002
  

       How would you do this if you wanted to end up with wine instead of soda? Sure, you could squirt in some alcohol, but what would the other ingredients be, and in what form? If you evaporate wine, can the remaining solids be reconstituted with water and alcohol to arrive back at the original wine? Are there any remaining solids at all?
beauxeault, Mar 09 2002
  

       With these two Christ/Jesus ideas being under the heading of food, I think we need to start a new section...   

       Food: for the soul
Helium, Mar 09 2002
  

       It needs to have an image of Christ that appears when the cup gets cold.
phoenix, Mar 10 2002
  

       That's pretty scary coming from someone who claims to be a witch heh.
Helium, Mar 10 2002
  

       I think you mean the "Moses" tumbler.
waugsqueke, Mar 11 2002
  
      
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