The three finger salute cup set


16 Responses to “The three finger salute cup set”

  1. marvelgirl says:

    Terrible design for coffee, but as liquer or shot glasses they would be the perfect antidote to an awkward or tense social situation: “Here’s some booze, now let just CtrlAltDel, y’all!”

  2. caipirina says:

    That in glass for Gin & Tonics … that would be cool …

  3. snakedart says:

    That you believe square cups are good for holding nuts makes me question your anatomy.

  4. diluded000 says:

    Years ago an engineer that did development work on first wire wrapped IBM-PC hardware prototype and BIOS, came and talked to our ASIC design class at NC State. Apparently the ctrl-alt-del sequence was inspired by the classic Star-trek Vulcan death grip.

  5. Freddie Freelance says:

    Yeah, third/fourth the “cool for alcoholic beverages.” My first thought was these would be good for Sake since you’re supposed to spill a little, but the size of the cups would hold too much Sake at once since you’re supposed to have small cups & fill your neighbors cup every time it gets low.

  6. TooGoodToCheck says:

    Between this and the low poly coffee mug (#9 from Designing and 3D printing 30 coffee cups in 30 days), buying awesomely geeky new mugs is starting to look fairly inevitable

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’d like Alt-Fn-SysRq-R-E-I-S-U-B

  8. Anonymous says:

    I always thought square mugs were better…good sides for gripping and drink out of the corner. The aesthetic factor is a plus as well!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Now if ThinkGeek and similar shops didn’t have so ridiculous shipping rates to overseas…it’s almost always the deal breaker.

  10. jbldb says:

    That would make a very good saké set as well…

  11. Nancy55 says:

    Amusement: 4-7 seconds.
    Lip-burn: 3 days.

  12. awjtawjt says:

    reminds me of this

  13. geekd says:

    They are kinda big. They would be better as a shot glass.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Not exactly what I was expecting.

  15. Anonymous says:

    anybody else noticed the square-ish shot glass Deckard uses in one scene in Blade Runner? okay, anybody else obsessed about finding a period copy of those things? i refuse to believe they were custom one-off props created for the film alone; somewhere out there, there HAS to be a set…

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