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Jaws

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How many times have you put your coffee/tea whatever on a coaster, and a couple of minutes later you pick the mug up and the coaster is stuck to it ?

That coaster is wide enough to give considerably more stability to said mug, and it also stops any rings appearing on a surface even after you have slurped and put the mug down again..

A mug with a coaster 'built in' would be a boon in a motorhome !
 

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Will have to redesign the dishwasher!

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It seems I have been beaten to it anyway.. not quite the same but actually a far better idea all round anyway !

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Problem is, if you've dribbled a bit onto the coaster when you lift the mug off it, the 'dribble' stays behind but if the coaster is then attached to the mug you'll get dribbled on!

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It seems I have been beaten to it anyway.. not quite the same but actually a far better idea all round anyway !

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... and I bet that's a b*gger to clean!!!
 
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Ahhh.. this does not happen unless it is a REALLY big dribble..
The heat from the mug dries out small dribbles very quickly !

re bugger to clean.. I believe the bottom just twists off mate :)
 

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And a saucer sticks to your mug ?
None of ours do..

.. I thought your problem was coasters that stick to mugs .. and the dribbles go down your shirt ...

the solution is a saucer.. and why would you want a saucer that sticks to a mug.. ? Defeats the purpose..

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But a saucer is something separate .. You have to move it around.. its an extra...
Something attached to a mug you can forget about as it moves with the mug :)
 

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But a saucer is something separate .. You have to move it around.. its an extra...
Something attached to a mug you can forget about as it moves with the mug :)

yes, but can you slurp from it ?
 
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Ahhh.. now that is a very valid point ! perhaps it could be sold with an optional slurping dish ?
 
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nahhhh a saucer is used in conjunction with a cup or a mug.. a SLURPING dish is specifically for use with a sticking coaster assembly :D
 
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nahhhh a saucer is used in conjunction with a cup or a mug.. a SLURPING dish is specifically for use with a sticking coaster assembly :D
Why not just get a bib and have done with it, after all at your age the slurping and infirmatey is only going to get worse.:whistle:
 

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Originally you did NOT drink from a cup, instead you tipped some of the contents into the saucer and drank from that ... this is TRUE afaik!!!!
 

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Ahhh.. this does not happen unless it is a REALLY big dribble..
The heat from the mug dries out small dribbles very quickly !

re bugger to clean.. I believe the bottom just twists off mate :)
... it may do but even cleaning a cup that's had tea in it which has dried on is a b*gger to clean, so a screw thread mug base with dried on tea would be even worse ... do you wash up much in your house???? :rolleyes:

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