Living on the Edge

We just finished eating breakfast and in clearing the table, I noticed Kristyn’s cup of tea. As I’ve previously lamented, Kristyn has a mental disorder where she is compelled to put cups at the edge of things. Treatment (aka nagging and taking pictures as proof so I can mock her on the internet) does not work and you’ll see why later. In this first picture please note how much empty space is on the table. The cup appears close to the edge but the angle isn’t doing the cup justice. (Nor is it helping my case.):

Here is a picture clearly showing how weirdly close to the edge this giant cup of tea is:

And here is why shame tactics don’t work. After seeing that last picture, Kristyn said, “No you aren’t showing exactly how close it is!” Then she took the phone from me and shot her own evidentiary photograph:

*sigh*

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