Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Comically-Large Coffee Mug with Comically-Small Handle

For wrist exercises
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I'm thinking something along the lines of a 20-oz mug or thereabouts with a handle large enough for one finger.

Looks goofy, strengthens your forearms and wrists, you get caffeine (when you are succesful in drinking from it). Everybody wins.

shapu, Nov 15 2006

Suicide By Coffee http://www.greatbig...m/newcupsaucer.html
jesus christ... thats alot of coffee [rascalraidex, Nov 17 2006]


       Simple genius. Why has no-one thought of this before? [+]
zen_tom, Nov 15 2006

       comically large laundry bills
po, Nov 15 2006

       You could also go in the other direction, for espresso.
Worldgineer, Nov 15 2006

       I have an antique wine jug like this somewhere at home (my wife occasionally uses it as a flower vase). Perhaps our forefathers needed to exercise their wrists too...?
DrCurry, Nov 15 2006

       I have a collection of kukri knives that were evidently made with the same comical ratios in mind.
Texticle, Nov 15 2006

       They have a gallon coffee cup... check link.. imagine that with a one finger handle
rascalraidex, Nov 17 2006

       I'd just use the handle to hang it up; otherwise, I'd just warm my hands on this monstrosity.
Alex Yeh, Nov 17 2006

       as long as it comes in black
abhorsen1983, Nov 17 2006


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