This is going to sound ridiculous.
But I’m going to share it anyway.
We are slightly addicted to Starbucks. If you are on my Facebook page, you’re already well-aware of that fact.
But no matter how much I love Starbucks, there is one thing that I can’t stand. If I am going to pay 50 billion dollars for a cup of coffee (slight exaggeration), WHY CAN’T THEY MAKE A CUP THAT DOESN’T LEAK?
It never failed – for the longest time whenever we stopped to get a coffee or other hot beverage at Starbucks, chances were good that we’d be wearing part of our drink before long. And every time this happened, we realized that there was one consistent similarity – the drinking hole on the top of the lid was hovering over the seam on the cup.
See the seam in question?
For some reason, the seam renders the cup a leaky vessel. When the drinking hole on the lid is placed near or at the top of that seam, leaks are a good possibility.
Does the word “seam” make anyone else think about District 12?
The next time you purchase a hot beverage at Starbucks, make sure your lid is not near the seam.
This is probably one of the most random tips I will ever share with you.
And I feel better already.