Keepcup thread [Audit]


#1

feel like I make this thread twice a year but hey ho

  • I own and use a keepcup of some description
  • I do not own one but I should get on it
  • I don’t and don’t want one (fuck the earth lol)
  • What the actual wtaf is keepcup m17

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#2

Additional option:

I don’t own one because I can make my own coffee.


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#4

are you seriously going to say in front of all these good people that you never drink coffee out?


#5

i own and use one to drink coffee out of but have never used it in a cafe

cheers


#6

I think I might have done it once or twice before.


#7

I’m not carrying a cup around on the off chance i want a brew mXII

Don’t like carrying a bag


#8

does a thermos or other brand of flask count?


#9

Ooh, a recent example of an outdated trend! (Infographics)


#10

no because I don’t like the taste of plastic.


#11

Hey BBC, with these stock photos you’re really spoiling us

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#12

Do you give it to coffee shops to put your chai latte in?


#13

Ceramic ones are also available you lollygagger


#14

Not a thing here because having a takeaway coffee and walking down the street with it is seen as an act of savagery


#15

Don’t drink hot drinks outside the home so don’t need one. I do however have one of those BPA-free water bottles which I use to fill with liquids such as water.

Back on topic though, my work canteen will soon be banning all plastic and paper cups so everyone will have to buy a water bottle or keep cup. There is a branded selection of bottles and keep cups available to buy in the canteen. Don’t think I’ve seen anyone with one yet.


#16

lids are still plastic though, right, dickhead?


#17

ah no. don’t drink tea/coffee. sorry. keepcup concept is new to me.


#18

Actually the coffee shop i go to uses compostable cups and lids


#19

Not sure if satire but :+1:


#20

Being genuine for once, this lot http://www.oppositecafe.co.uk/ good bunch o ladsses