Do your cup handles break

Cup, break
@pitstop (4897)
India
December 1, 2017 10:18am CST
A lot of the cups I use have broken handles. They break either because they have been dropped or because they have been bumped into the wall or the table. I still use them though. Do you have a similar situation.
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4 responses
@Hannihar (12821)
6 Dec
My cup handles are fine and sorry yours broke.
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
6 Dec
They look bad, but at least I can still use them
@Hannihar (12821)
6 Dec
@pitstop pitstop. so do you hold on to the cup since you do not have a handle anymore?
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
7 Dec
@Hannihar Yes. I just wrap my palm and fingers around it.
@sharon6345 (103351)
• United States
1 Dec
I hope they bring you joy. But that to me is trash. I could store that in my kitchen. I know things get bad but not that bad. But some people like stuff like that. Have a nice day.
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
2 Dec
They are my favorite cups to drink my morning coffee. I have about 6 of them and 3 are broken at the handles.
@sharon6345 (103351)
• United States
2 Dec
@pitstop That is very good you enjoy them.
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
2 Dec
@sharon6345 I guess the coffee tastes the same irrespective of whether the handle is intact or not.
@shivamani10 (10674)
• Hyderabad, India
1 Dec
Using broken utensils especially for a drink is not good. I never use broken cups and saucers if they get damaged. I just keep them aside or
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
2 Dec
These are just the handles that are broken. So I considered them safe.
• Delhi, India
1 Dec
yeah, all the time and I still use them.
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@pitstop (4897)
• India
2 Dec
Glad I'm not the only one
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