Handgun Mug

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posted on August 15, 2012
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You enter the kitchen, turn on the overhead lights and are confronted by a lone intruder. He thrusts an object in your face and shouts "Milk or sugar?"

Fortunately, it was just your roommate brewing up a mug of joe, served in the Gun Mug from thinkgeek.com. This unique beverage conveyance has a ceramic cup portion with a handgun-esque handle for added purchase and panache.

"The Gun Mug was just something that we saw and thought was pretty cool, so we decided to give it a shot (no pun intended)," said thinkgeek's PR Manager/Righteous Dude Shane Peterman. "It's received a great response so far from the public, selling better than we thought it would."

Retailing for $11.99 plus shipping, the Gun Mug has proved so popular, it is out of stock at press time, but thinkgeek.com is expecting a rapid delivery of new inventory. The next time you hear about an early morning mugging, don't rush to conclusions. It might have been a surprise delivery of café latte.

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