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Cups Made From Jell-O Are Great Despite Strange Flavors

by Shane McGlaun
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There was a show on when I was in first grade called That’s Incredible. I loved that show and I remember this one dude came on the show that could eat glass. I thought if I could do that in the lunchroom I could totally hold hands with a third grade girl that sat across from me at lunch because no girl can resist a glass eater. I still can’t eat glass, but I can put down some Jell-O.

A group of design types going by The Way We See The World have designed a cup made from Jell-O for the annual Jell-O Mold Contest held in Brooklyn, New York. The design looks like those plastic cups we always use at picnics.

The main difference is that these cups are made from Jell-O and when you are done drinking from it, you can eat it. I’m not sure you would want to eat the cups though. The flavors are lemon-basil, ginger-mint, and rosemary-beet. I guess the flavor could have been worse, at least they didn’t choose lime Jell-O.

[via Treehugger]

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