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8 Comments 06 June 2012
Nothing says party like red Solo cups, but did you know that the lines on a Solo Cup are measurement marks?
I call bs on the supposed 1 oz line. Prove it. In fact, prove all of it, don’t just show me a graphic and claim it. Prove it.
Quade rocks. They can’t prove it, they spit all sorts of bs bro. but i can see you knew this already.
We teach this in a campus health lecture on alcohol safety, but I have never found a source that the bottom dash is 1 shot of liquor. If you could please list your resource, that would be appreciated.
Prove it to yourself… It’s easy fill a 1 oz shot glass and drop it into the solo cup.
To the people shooting their mouth off about it being fake who are not only too lazy to go pour an ounce of water into a solo cup but also too lazy to google it:
The “wine” line is actually 3 ounces measured by 2 standard 1.5 oz shots poured from a glass purchased at Spencer Gifts. Check it!
Quade says prove it?!? How the fuck is that supposed to happen on a site where input is anonymous? Here’s an idea: Hey Quade, you short dicked moron… Got to the cupboard in your trailer and try it out… What a jackass.
The last person I spoke with thought the marks where there to improve grip to the cup! Don’t get me wrong, no one wants to drop their drink – but it did make me laugh!
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