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Old 03-22-2013, 07:17 AM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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I recently saw a story on the news about how people are trying to sue the company that makes the little styrofoam cups of ramen noodle soup because they or their children spill extremely hot soup (which they make at home) on themselves. I will admit the containers are pretty flimsy, but you can plainly see that when you buy them. I also know that if I were to give my small child something like that, I would either wait for it to cool down, dump out most all of the hot broth and/or transfer it to a more stable container. I was just amazed. Just curious what others thought. Does anyone think this is okay?
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