You’ve seen to-go coffee cups, but what do you know about to-go coffee bowls?

April is the season of cannabis news, thanks to the oddball late 20th century stoner cultural holiday 4/20. Yes, that was five days ago. Dave’s not here, man. Sometimes in keeping with these high holidays, one loses track of time. So with that in mind I present to you—and you really need to see this—The Reason For The Season: Cupsy, a bong (or “water pipe,” as bong-sellers use to adamantly insist they be called) that looks like a to-go coffee cup.

The greatest coffee-centric bong since the Dragon, Cupsy is the latest product by Puffco (not to be confused with that Puff, though they certainly seem like they’re on the same cosmic wavelength), a Los Angeles-based maker of high-end smoking devices. “Disguised as a simple coffee cup,” per Puffco’s website, Cupsy is a “high performance cannabis bubbler system” that exists smack dab in the center of the Wake & Bake Venn diagram.

When not in use, Cupsy looks like an everyday cup, but with a little bleep and bloop, a mouthpiece pops out of the silicon lid along with a ceramic bowl tucked away inside a hidden compartment. Per the website, Cupsy is “Gamit Pulsar calibrated” and has “state-of-the-art remulators,” neither of which have any real meaning to me, but I’m pretty sure it means that it’ll get you good and high. And don’t just take my word for it, check out this rather perfect video.

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So silly, so perfect, so Cupsy. I’m calling it now, Cupsy is going to be the new logo mug you’ll be seeing in specialty coffee shops. I can think of a few coffee companies whose corporate logos would look, you know, quite appropriate adorning such a doo-dad. The possibilities are bounded only by your ability to remember what you were talking about five minutes later.

You can grab a Cupsy of your own via the company’s webstore for $60—just make sure they can ship to your zip code first. For more information, head over to Puffco’s official website.

Zac Cadwalader is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.

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