Un Disposable Paper Cups By Radhika Seth 11/18/2009 Old Theory : Use paper cup and then dispose. New Theory : Use RIP-cUP, rip out the top layer where you sipped from, rinse and reuse for a couple of more drinks. Your Theory : ???? Designers: Yoo-Jin Kim & Hyesun Lee SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket215 Shares Related Posts This “Polaroid-for-kids” gives your children their first taste of instant photography The myFirst Insta Wi can click photos, record videos, print images on thermal-ink paper, and even print out labels. It’s designed to be uncomplicated enough for… This 3-length fiberglass Tenkara rod gives you the perfect first taste of short-rod Tenkara fly fishing Tenkara, or Japanese fly-fishing borders on pure artistry. You don’t cast a lot of line out from a reel or reel a fish in. You rely… Acura Allure – an hourglass-shaped sports car that morphs into a comfy futuristic lounge In the near future, ownership will see a transition towards emotional interaction with materialistic things. Likewise, shared mobility will be dominated by emotional engagement with their… Post Flight Furniture When we think of “reclaimed” furniture materials, we’re quick to imagine things like distressed barnwood or railway ties, but one look at Fallen Furniture’s line of… Glasses made from recycled phone-screens: Yay or Nay? It’s a heart-sinking feeling when you pick your phone up from the floor to see a crack running right across the screen from one corner to… The Notebook Calibrated for Creativity No matter how digital we become, a creative always comes back to his/her traditional notebook to capture ideas. There’s something very pleasing about taking a pen… TagsDisposableHyesun LeePaper CupsRIP-cUPYoo-Jin Kim Previous articleTen Fantastic Kitchen Concepts Next articleBeautifying The Han 24 Comments Victor Assis says: 11/18/2009 at 7:28 am My theory: use non-disposable cups. Jose Marques says: 11/18/2009 at 8:44 am I agree completly. Use non disposable items… All items, not only cups. Glass, Chinaware, etc. Rodrigo Gonzalez says: 11/18/2009 at 9:45 am I don’t get the point. SkyWay says: 11/18/2009 at 9:52 am why would I rip off a part of a perfectly usable cup? Swineflu? I’ve found these to be perfectly usable until they have melted away. Margot says: 11/18/2009 at 9:59 am I want to know why the thinking is that there are only germs where your mouth has touched the cup. I doubt that is the case – likely fluids get in the rest of the cup too. f says: 11/18/2009 at 10:24 am Yeah, saliva is heavier than most drinks and usually goes to the bottom… Not a good idea. SophieB says: 11/18/2009 at 10:24 am Old Theory : Use paper cup and then dispose. New Theory : Use RIP-cUP, rip out the top layer where you sipped from, rinse and reuse for a couple of more drinks. Your Theory : ???? my theory: why RIP if it needs to be rinsed anyway? Confucius says: 11/18/2009 at 3:43 pm agreed… this idea Can RIP. Chris says: 11/18/2009 at 1:21 pm you use paper cups if you CAN’T WASH THEM otherwise you would use ceramics or glas we have christmas markets here and they serve tee in mugs, you simply return them and get back the refund. they do all the washing. elshembass says: 11/21/2009 at 8:06 am yeah men, its better to use ceramics mugs æ¹ç½å¸å¸ says: 11/23/2009 at 10:59 pm maybe it is hard for me to rip out the top layer Mack says: 11/23/2009 at 4:32 pm Not a good idea; cycling sickness!!! Please avoid the idea of recycling the recycled. 暹罗布布 says: 11/23/2009 at 10:59 pm maybe it is hard for me to rip out the top layer olle says: 01/10/2010 at 11:12 pm http://www.zgcups.com olle says: 01/10/2010 at 11:44 pm Supply China’s MFN cups http://www.zgcup.com Maryline says: 11/29/2011 at 9:04 am The rim is not the only “affected” area. The saliva and germs get in the liquid which then spreads them around. Comments are closed.