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« 19. October 2017, 01:53:31 »

As with everything in life, the initial answer is.. It depends.

Depends on the rate of flow, the viscosity of the presumed fluid, the diameter and length of the overflow tubes, etc...

But my answer is none since none on this sketch appear to be a "glass" but where's the fun in that?

Now how can I learn to hold my coffee cup with my foot?

This:  Now how can I learn to hold my coffee cup with my foot?
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« 07. November 2017, 02:21:43 »
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« 08. November 2017, 22:10:38 »
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