Mark Twain Mug

"I wanted to write a certain thing that would require a clear head & choice language. Finally I thought a cup of coffee might help the matter..."
– letter to Olivia L. Clemens and Charles J. Langdon, 17 Jan. 1869

Employ the Mark Twain mug when you need to preserve the outward signs of sanity – or just when you require a clear head to write a certain thing. You don't have to have coffee, of course, if you would better enjoy coffee with brandy burnt in it, water, slush, two ho...
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"I wanted to write a certain thing that would require a clear head & choice language. Finally I thought a cup of coffee might help the matter..."
– letter to Olivia L. Clemens and Charles J. Langdon, 17 Jan. 1869

Employ the Mark Twain mug when you need to preserve the outward signs of sanity – or just when you require a clear head to write a certain thing. You don't have to have coffee, of course, if you would better enjoy coffee with brandy burnt in it, water, slush, two hot scotches, slumgullion, or sage-tea. Mr. Twain was not one to stand on formality.

Fill your mug with your favorite beverage, then lean back and read a good book or write literature of a low order – i.e. humorous – and nothing to be proud of, even if it is your strongest suit.

"The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter." Running a close second is caffeine.

Whether you're meeting with the book club or the board of directors, UPG's Literary Mugs make a welcome addition to your café culture. Now you can enjoy coffee in the morning, afternoon tea, or hot chocolate at bedtime – and never be far from the writers you love.

This mug is microwave and dishwasher safe and holds 12 oz.
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$13.95

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