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self agitating cup

it stirs your drink
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A small battery in the base of a glass or mug runs a slow agitator inside the cup. Like a blender but slow and safe enough to have a spoon or finger in there.
Voice, Dec 03 2010

Not at all related, but gratuitously self-linked Self_20heating_20sake_20cup
[normzone, Dec 03 2010]

Malaysian drink with jelly bits http://www.pbase.co.../111744777/original
Would stop the bits floating to the top. [MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 03 2010]


       You could use a magnet coated in plastic, as is done in chem labs. The base contains another magnet turned by a motor, or a series of magnetic coils.
baconbrain, Dec 03 2010

       Or, with the coated magnet, simply hold the cup still and let the Earth rotate.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 03 2010

       I do like to keep the trub in my tea in suspension (+)
normzone, Dec 03 2010

       //what drinks need continual stirring ?//   

       Malaysian jelly drinks might. See link.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 03 2010

       Anything made from a powder. Instant hot cider has a tendency to precipitate whilst slowly consumed, which this cup would reduce.
gisho, Dec 03 2010

       Trub? "Trub is one of the largest municipalities of Switzerland .... located in the Emmental region."   

       Emmental? So is trub some kind of cheese? In your tea?   

       Back in the good old days of the three-martini lunch and highballs in the afternoon, drinks with ice in them were kept strirred up with a thing called a swizzle stick (to prevent taking a sip off the top and getting nothing but ice water (a sobering thought (hah!))). I recall seeing several gadgets for automatic swizzle sticks. Let me Google.....nope, not finding.   

       In your tea?
baconbrain, Dec 03 2010

       trub is brewing sediment and, by implication, the fines in tea.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 03 2010

       sonic thingy.
FlyingToaster, Dec 03 2010

       // fines in tea //   

       Is that like taxes on tea? Because those don't go well, as I recall.
baconbrain, Dec 03 2010

       Oh, I dunno. It worked, didn't it? We finally got you to accept independence.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 03 2010

       //We finally got you to accept independence.// That was part of the long-term plan to defeat the Germans in 1918, and again in 1945, and the Russians in 1991. In fact, the plan is still working: to this day, the Americans supply the British nuclear deterrent.
mouseposture, Dec 16 2010

       Shut up, [mp]. By now, there may be Americans who can read, you know. Unlikely, but possible.
8th of 7, Dec 16 2010

       It gets better.   

       Forseeing the rise of China, the British planted, in 1947, the seeds of an atomic arms race right on the Middle Kingdom's doorstep, to hold them back a little. And the Balfour declaration was amazingly prescient: it actually foresaw the need to thwart Iraqi & Iranian nuclear ambitions.   

       Only one thing worries me: what was the future threat which the South African nuclear capability was supposed to counter? Where's Hari Seldon when you need him?
mouseposture, Dec 17 2010

       He's quite happy, and safe, and helping us with our enquiries.
8th of 7, Dec 17 2010

       Self agitating cup
A bra that massages your chest.
Jinbish, Dec 17 2010

       Self agitating pup
Pretty much any young dog
Voice, Mar 02 2023


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