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A cup is an open-top container used to hold liquids for pouring or drinking; while mainly used for drinking beverages such as Sproke or Soylent, it also can be used to store solids for pouring (e.g., feed, seed, coal dust). Cups appear to be made from the skull of a deceased mini serious soyjak, however the cups are actually living beings and have Soyjak Rights, just like any other soyjak. Most cups feature handles made from Ears. Unlike most ears, they are rigid and can hold up the entire structure of the cup when held. The preferred method of drinking from cups is using a green plastic straw.

1 Cup[edit | edit source]

The original cup soyjak has only 1 cup. The liquid being drank is soy milk.

1 Cup

2 Cups[edit | edit source]

Most use cases for cups involve only one cup, since it is only practical to hold one cup per hand and drink from one cup at a time. However, some soyjaks have adapted to use 2 cups at once. These soyjaks are known to watch The Joe Rogan Experience religiously.

2 Cups

4 Cups[edit | edit source]

Most soyjaks don't have more than 2 hands, so a situation with 4 cups is unlikely. It is unknown whether the extra hands are coming from the big soyjak or they are just there.

4 Cups

10 Cups[edit | edit source]

Pretty self-explanatory

10 Cups

2 cups 1 soy[edit | edit source]

It is possible for a situation to occur where 2 cups are being used to drink from 1 source of PURE SOY at the same time. Observe:

2 Cups 1 Soy