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Mark C.

This Is What Bloating Looks Like

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Mark, thanks for taking the time to snap that photo.

 

I remember seeing older, mass produced, plastic mugs of that shape. Is the wide bottom for stability, or does it help keep the liquid from splashing up?

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Bezine

Heres what a motion mug looks like for me-this was todays bisque load going up.

Mark

I call this shape my winter mug as the liquid stays hot for longer. I use this as my mug as I tend to wander after making myself a cup and so I return to slightly warmer tea.

Stable and less slop unless your the completely miss the mout type. :)

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They are vary stable-can survive a trip on car roof-I but neoprene rubber bottoms on them -so they are no-skid

Mark

I personally do not use this shape-to hard to clean but nobody makes these anymore around here.

Mark

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They are vary stable-can survive a trip on car roof-I but neoprene rubber bottoms on them -so they are no-skid

Mark

I personally do not use this shape-to hard to clean but nobody makes these anymore around here.

Mark

HArd to clean? Small opening? Or where the base meets the foot. I have rounded the base foot line a bit so it's easier to clean there, The small opening ,yes does give an excuse to the larger handed member of this household, but can see that it is a design issue. Aside from throwing a lidded form to retain heat, a design compromise I guess, or investmetn in a dish brush!.

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