Spotted festering on a table outside Merlo’s, a new species of tadpole has been discovered in a local man’s reusable KeepCup.
Andy Morrison (22), a King’s College resident and, clearly, the saviour of the environment, has dedicated his last six months to singing the praises of the reusable coffee cup to anyone who will listen. But unfortunately, Andy himself has not been listening to the instructions that came with the KeepCup.
“Wash regularly with each use.”
Those five words have been criminally forgotten by Andy, and have led to a sickening combination of espresso and full-cream milk festering in small dregs at the bottom of his environmentally-conscious vessel. These dregs have, finally, given rise to a small colony of baby frogs, colloquially known as ‘tadpoles.’ Scientists have been hesitant to name these tadpoles, but they have been given the working title of Fuccingyucc fullcreemelk.
This disgusting little pocket of frog life is not the only thing to have developed at the bottom of Andy’s unwashed cup. Reportedly, some AIDs has grown, risking the infection of the tadpoles.
The proliferation of the AIDs virus amongst organisms growing in KeepCups is not altogether uncommon, but still cause for genuine concern amongst university students.
The incident has made S’well, Frank Green, and KeepCup users radically rethink their washing strategies, and whether the environment is really worth saving anyway.