As previously reported, Starbucks will soon be introducing the 'Trenta', a 31-ounce cup so that you can enjoy nearly one litre of caffeine entering your system. That should make you really wired, and not because Starbucks offers free wifi.
But just how big is this cup in comparison to your digestive system? National Post's Andrew Bar asked that very same question and determined that the 'Trenta' is actually bigger than your average stomach. Unless you are obese, at which point you can drink two and still have some space left.
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