Chubby Coffee Cup

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  1. Frank Sanoica

    Frank Sanoica Very Well-Known Member
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    @Chrissy Page
    Holding it back is unhealthy.
     
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  2. Chrissy Cross

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    I'm fine. It doesn't happen often. It's only a 3 hr drive and I go before I leave.
     
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    We drive out to Nebraska every year, about 900 miles each way and start off with best intentions
    of making good time, few stops, eating good food.
    After the first couple of hours, I am into the Slim Jims, large coffee cup full of trucker coffee and stopping at road side attractions
    like the 'World's largest Ball of Twine'.
    We get there when we get there is our motto.
     
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  4. Yvonne Smith

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    The handles for our cups came, and they make it a lot easier to use. Stainless steel is actually pretty slippery, and the first day I had my new cup, it slipped right out of my hand and landed upside down (naturally) on the end table beside my chair. They are pretty big around and I have small hands; which doesn't help either.
    Anyway, Bobby's is all basic silver and black with a clear lid, and mine has a pretty pink lid and handle.
    It still amazes me how long these cups will keep my icewater cold.
    One night, mine was almost empty when I went to bed, and the next morning, all of the ice had melted; but the water was still cold. I am sure if it had been full of ice when I went to bed, it would still have had ice the next morning. And I really like that I don't need a coaster under it to soak up the moisture; because it stays totally dry outside.
    Here is what mine looks like.
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