Coffee cups have a wide range of uses and not only drinking coffee. You can use coffee cups as vases to plant flowers or small plants in, can use as storage place for screws and divers at your work shop and putting your toiletries in such as toothbrushes. However there are the original uses which include as weapons, petridish, vacuum chamber, trivet, and xylophone and as encryption.
Cups are used as weapons because they fly fairly straight and are in abundant supply in known locations. Their handles mean that you can grab a few at once and carry them as you retreat or advance. However there are those with disposable coffee cups with lids but with no handles but you can grip them easily because they have a narrow bottom and wider top .The narrow bottom provides for a firm and strong grip. To use coffee cups as encryption, drop a series mugs from a range of heights, count and weigh the pieces. Publish a paper with this very boring information and it becomes a random series of numbers hidden in plain sight key. Only you and your confederate know this paper has the issue.
By adding a flat top with vacuum tight ports, a cup can make a vacuum chamber. The plenty strong and the vitreous glaze is unlikely to off gas more than glass. This is disposable so you can quickly iterate your science project by heading to the kitchen and grabbing the next ugly mug. Instead of you throwing the old and ugly coffee cups, you can simply make them into vacuum chambers.
Coffee cups can be used as Petri dishes. Coffee and coffee with milk and sugar make a fine agar.people do it by accident but you can actually try it when you mean it. Another use of the coffee cups is they can be used as xylophone. The handles can mess with the resonance but the price is right you can also make a trivet using the coffee cups. Super glue six cups together and you will have a robust trivet for hot items. You can turn the now dated graphic inward to hide them.