Drinking Coffee as a Kid

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer, photographer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at http://steve-lovelace.com.

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15 Responses

  1. Danell says:

    Is this cup for real? I want one…if so where can I get one?

    • Dannell, I’m afraid it’s fake. I photoshopped it myself. Though who knows, Swingline didn’t make a red stapler till one was featured in “Office Space”, so maybe we can get someone at Starbucks to make one.

  2. Hubert Savell says:

    I say your picture of a Starbucks sippy cup. One question, how do I get one? I work at a facility for the developmentally disabled. I have residents that cannot use a regular cup. But in keeping with the standards that we work under, any anything they use has to be age appropriate. One individual I work with would love a cup like that and it would be very functional.

    Thank You
    Hubert Savell

  3. Jessica Sodeke says:

    You can get one on ThinkGeek.com. They are sold out now, but you can have them email you when they are available! I’m waiting for one too. Hubert, I hope you get one for your resident! That’s the sweetest thing ever.

  4. Christy says:

    You can find a a similar sippy cup from Amazon; it says “baby ducks.” but is meant to look like the Starbucks logo! I originally found it at http://www.thinkgeek.com, but it’s been out of stock for awhile.

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