Source Pravda.Ru

Cup with a shelf for cookies patented in Great Britain

An unusual designer invention was patented in Great Britain. A special cup was created especially for those who like to treat themselves to tea with cookies right at the workplace. Sometimes people feel that their thinking improves when they work with a cup of tea and cookies.

An inventor from Surrey county designed a tea cup with a special shelf at the bottom to put cookies on.

The designer says, the invention allows to hold the cup with a snack in one hand and to use the other hand for work at the computer. Small cuts in a disk form at the bottom of the cup allow to fix three cookies at once. What is especially wonderful is that you can bite cookies even without touching them.

Experimental samples for left- and right-handers have been already created. The shelf is placed so that cookies never fall out while drinking tea. Delfi

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