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May 22, 2005

Cup–A–Cake — 'Cupcake container of the future'

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And who am I to say the creators of this clever device are wrong?

    From the website:

    This unique, patented container will hold a frosted cupcake in place with protrusions positioned in such a way that the cupcake will not move within the container if bounced, jiggled, or turned upside down.

Can your cupcake container do that?

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Didn't think so.

Invented by sisters Peggy McGinnis and Colleen Patrona of suburban Detroit, the device is perfectly sized to hold one cupcake — no more, no less.

Also works with muffins.

Comes in five colors.

$2.99 each here (cupcake not included).

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Betcha can't buy just one.

[via the Washington Post]

May 22, 2005 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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