Tea bag coffin a dead good idea

The Tea Bag Coffin.
The Tea Bag Coffin. Lost at E Minor

WHAT to do with a tea bag that has done its job and is no longer of use?

Squash it undecoratively on the side of the saucer, throw it in the next most likely non-existant dustbin, or maybe even let it secretly slip in your annoying neighbour’s purse for the fun of giving her a wet surprise later on?

Jonas Trampedach has found an elegant solution: the Tea Bag Coffin.

With this design idea, the drinker can tidily ‘bury the bag under the cup’ and therewith put the annoying item out of sight. Genius!

Thank you, Jonas Trampedach, for finding such an artful remedy to a problem that has bothered me my entire life.

For more new ideas check out Lost at E Minor.

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