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Bud Nelson says... "I do not recall how I got this mug, I think it was one of those Christmas draw a co-workers name and buy a gift. Anyway I used it for years at work, and it never went missing. If I accidentally left it somewhere it was always returned. Everyone knew who it belonged to. It eventually developed a hairline crack and I had to retire it but could not throw it away so it now sits on a shelf at home."
"Rics" says... "my dear sweet perfect daughter came through lacking the sculpture gene, as did i, her dad. we tried to sell this on ebay, couldnt believe we had no takers."
Giles of Hong Kong, China submitted this horrifying photograph without
The photo was taken by his very brave daughter, Miki.
I don't dare ask the details and reasons for its condition.
I think it's best we leave some things to mystery, and just stare at
them in awe.
Tim Cornock says... "This mug is a funky translucent white and green horror that we inherited from my Father-in-law. To give you some idea how nasty it is in real life, I can only bring myself to use it to fill the cat litter box."
The ugly mug of Rich Carmel, who hails from Alicante, Spain.
Mary-Ann Johnson of Tempe, Arizona says... "Though it's not as ugly as it could possibly be (I honestly love this mug - it was hand made in Mexico, and it's HUGE!), it is just plain odd. If you have a Freudian mind, I have included a picture of the design on the front for interpretation. It gives me a smile every time I use it. :P
Theresa Douglas of Glasgow Scotland thinks that the Brits are the best when it comes to ugly mugs. Do you agree?
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