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I agree with @JohnSmithOptional's answer. Only source I could site (embarrassingly) is Neil Strauss' The Game where the author is taught by Steve P. a PUA guru specializing in Hypnotism. They practice something they call Anamchara, staring into each others right eye, and this soul gazing creates a deep bond. Anamchara being the Gaelic meaning for friend of ...


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Something that the other answers haven't mentioned is that many of the people present at such a party are likely under 21, and an opaque cup prevents an outside observer from being able to tell that the liquid in the cup is actually beer. Many people believe that this will protect them from consequences if they are photographed or the party is raided. (It ...


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Supporting answer to @JamesMcLeod's: It also packs in some meaning: The cup implies informal situations, outdoors ones, and/or low income. It's perfect for showing on camera to get the viewer to unconsciously understand that "this is a college party." It can be used to imply poverty, simplicity, or bizarrity. Let's look at the latter: In OP's images, ...


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This cup was first produced by a company named Solo, which carefully designed it to be an all-purpose cup for drinks. The cup actually has 3 measuring points for each type of drink, denoted by specific contour changes: Because of its cheap price point, its bold color and its abundance in grocery stores, it became the defacto cup to use at keg parties in ...


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In the US and Canada at least, these are the most commonly encountered disposable cups used for beer - as pointed out by @Paulster2, because they can be purchased in large quantities quite cheaply (e.g. on Walmart's website, I found 100 for $6.34). There is also a fogged semi-transparent version. For this audience, the kind of cup described is instantly ...



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