It's rumored that the first drinking straws were cut from dried wheat shaffs. But as our technology evolved, we moved on to better materials. Whoops! Okay, not at first. Wax-coated paper straws were pretty fail for long-term drinking. We eventually got things right with plastic straws and bendy straws. Oooh, and super fat bubble tea straws for sucking up giant tapioca beads. But as usual, we didn't think of the consequences: landfills full of red and white plastic straws, piles of refuse looking like giant porcupines. Save the planet and have cooler drinks with Ice Straws! The mold is made of food-grade silicone rubber and will quickly make six 8-inch straws of whatever liquid you like. Of course, we don't have to remind you, dear fans of chemistry, that alcohol doesn't freeze too well. We recommend water or juices to make the best frozen straws. Pop them out of the mold and into your drink and you'll have the coolest meltable straw on the block.
World's Largest Coffee Cup
"Sometimes it takes one cup of coffee to start our engines in the morning. Some days are two cuppers. And then there are days like today when it feels like only straight up electricity could perk us up. Today is a 20 cup day. But we're too tired to get up and down and get 20 cups throughout the morning. Good thing we have the World's Largest Coffee Cup. It's 20 regular cups of coffee in one giant, massive, awe-inspiring cup! Each World's Largest Coffee Cup weighs a little over 10 lbs. It weighs a little over 10 lbs. empty, that is. This means not only will you be getting waaay too much coffee with one cup, but you'll also be getting some arm exercise. But do you really need your own World's Largest Coffee Cup you are wondering? Well, you don't want someone else in the office to get it first do you? Yeah, we're just looking out for you, is all. You're welcome. Please note: No puppies were given coffee for these photos. Whimsy was staring at some treats. We just thought it would be cute. So there. World's Largest Coffee Cup A giant among beverage containers. Holds up to 20 normal cups of coffee . . . or some soup . . . or a small chicken. Made of porcelain - hand wash recommended. Weight: 10.3 lbs (empty). Dimensions: 10"" diameter x 6.5"" tall."