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Grab your brain mittens for this one (that is what the Jack n’the Box cup says, whatever the fuck that means).
I when to a Vietnamese restaurant and ordered a Vietnamese coffee they gave it to me in the left cup.
The lid is a sticker that seals the top of the cup completely. In my mind this is far superior than the American “lids” that we use (in the right).
1) The cup is sealed until you are ready to drink it, this seal keeps the contents fresher and in the cup. when you are ready to break the seal, the contents are less likely to spill around the straw, plus the lid will not come off. 
2) It is so much less plastic.
I started questioning the wastefulness of the cup usage in America and started to question why can’t we switch to the more efficient cups and lids. I couldn’t for the life of me figure out why this would be a problem to the consumer, until it dawned on me! 
Americans love the fountain drink and all the refills they can get. 
Gluttony is an awful trait…

Grab your brain mittens for this one (that is what the Jack n’the Box cup says, whatever the fuck that means).

I when to a Vietnamese restaurant and ordered a Vietnamese coffee they gave it to me in the left cup.

The lid is a sticker that seals the top of the cup completely. In my mind this is far superior than the American “lids” that we use (in the right).

1) The cup is sealed until you are ready to drink it, this seal keeps the contents fresher and in the cup. when you are ready to break the seal, the contents are less likely to spill around the straw, plus the lid will not come off. 

2) It is so much less plastic.

I started questioning the wastefulness of the cup usage in America and started to question why can’t we switch to the more efficient cups and lids. I couldn’t for the life of me figure out why this would be a problem to the consumer, until it dawned on me! 

Americans love the fountain drink and all the refills they can get. 

Gluttony is an awful trait…

What three things do you need to do today?

You should be able to instantly answer this simple question, each day, every day, for the rest of your life. Without any tools other than the brain you were born with.

If you don’t have this skill, develop it. Practice, starting today. Right now.

What are you doing right now? Is it going to somehow result in one of those three things getting done today? Will this you get you to where you need to be by the end of the day?

I’m not asking you to admonish yourself or to make any changes to your routine. Just keep it simple, focus on the important things, and add a little layer of awareness.

What three things do you need to do today?

You should be able to instantly answer this simple question, each day, every day, for the rest of your life. Without any tools other than the brain you were born with.

If you don’t have this skill, develop it. Practice, starting today. Right now.

What are you doing right now? Is it going to somehow result in one of those three things getting done today? Will this you get you to where you need to be by the end of the day?

I’m not asking you to admonish yourself or to make any changes to your routine. Just keep it simple, focus on the important things, and add a little layer of awareness.

My southern baptist cousin posted this to Facebook.

I do not this meme means what he thinks it means, not to mention that it is far from post worthy.

My southern baptist cousin posted this to Facebook.

I do not this meme means what he thinks it means, not to mention that it is far from post worthy.