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Hi All,
Scroll down a bit to see the Hand Made Copper Drinking Cup.
Has anyone used Indian cook-ware/table-ware for Cups and Balls performances?


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This washes the GI track, flushes the kidneys, and stimulates peristalsis.


For those of you from Rio Linda, "stimulates peristalsis" means "it makes your food go down easier." However, it can also mean "it makes you puke."

Indian metalware is notorious for its odd alloys. There have been a rash of bathroom utility cups that have been relabled "not for drinking purposes, may contain lead."

This said, the cup might be useful for a one cup routine, or even for the Vernon Stars of Magic three cup routine. The copper vessels do resemble lotas, don't they!
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