Ceramic cups that change color when hot water is poured into them is just about as gimmicky as those Hypercolor t-shirts. Remember those? They changed color when your body temperature increased, otherwise known as sweating. They were hot for all of 5 minutes and then concerns, at least in our minds, arose about what kind of chemicals were used to achieve such an effect. No matter how many times we’d clean with our best plastic spray bottles, something still seemed off.
So as you can probably imagine we’d overlook any products that continue to use this technology, unless of course it involved a scantly clad woman, right? You bet your ass.
This Color Changing Ceramic cup doesn’t simply go from green to red, it lifts its skirt. Cold – as in the cup’s temperature – the women on the cup’s dress is lowered to a proper, lady like level. Pour in some hot liquid and her “dress” raises to a hooker like level, revealing a thong (not a g-string) and a trampstamp to boot.
A site called Infmetry sells it for $21. And for that price, your coffee will never taste so damn good!
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