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ajt (2546)

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Wednesday January 26, 2005
05:48 AM

What colour is your mug?

[ #22891 ]

The company that operates the drink vending machines at work are carrying out a survey today. Apparently the key question is not the quality of the drinks, but rather the colour of the plastic cups that it dispenses the drinks in...

I'm not a fan of coffee, and the tea is undrinkable, so I just use the machine to re-fill my bottle with water. I'd prefer it to dispense drinks that are drinkable. As to the colour of the cups, I think people should use their own mugs, and stop wasting plastic.

There are days that I worry that I've drifed into parallel universe... perhaps I should make sure I've always got a towel in the bag I bring to work, just in case...

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  • Maybe you should sit down with the machine and explain [bbc.co.uk] how Tea is produced to it in great and extravagant detail.
    • I fear the CPU in the vending machine may not be able to cope...

      Plus, if I loiter around the vending machine, a marketing drone may ask me what colour of plastic cup I think is best. I know that their CPU won't be able to cope with my answer!

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