Community Troy and Abed Mug

Regular price $58.65

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SKU: E-14776

Category: Coffee mug, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 07 - October 11

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  • Size: 5oz
  • Perfect Gift for Community fans

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
BrandNBC Universal
ColorWhite
Capacity5 Fluid Ounces
OccasionSports
Product Care Instructions
  1. Machine Wash

  2. Hand Wash Only
Item Weight1.26 pounds
Product Dimensions6.42 x 6.42 x 6.42 inches
Package TypeStandard Packaging
DepartmentMugs and Drinkware
ManufacturerInnotrac - NBC Universal
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2010
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating5 stars

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on January 05, 2014
War, huh, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing Uh-huh War, huh, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it again, y'all War, huh, good God What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me Ohhh, war, I despise Because it means destruction Of innocent lives War means tears To thousands of mothers eyes When their sons go to fight And lose their lives I said, war, huh Good God, y'all What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it again War, whoa, Lord What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me War, it ain't nothing But a heartbreaker War, friend only to the undertaker Ooooh, war It's an enemy to all mankind The point of war blows my mind War has caused unrest Within the younger generation Induction then destruction Who wants to die Aaaaah, war-huh Good God y'all What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it, say it, say it War, huh What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me War, huh, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing Uh-huh War, huh, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it again y'all War, huh, good God What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me War, it ain't nothing but a heartbreaker War, it's got one friend That's the undertaker Ooooh, war, has shattered Many a young mans dreams Made him disabled, bitter and mean Life is much to short and precious To spend fighting wars these days War can't give life It can only take it away Ooooh, war, huh Good God y'all What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it again War, whoa, Lord What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me War, it ain't nothing but a heartbreaker War, friend only to the undertaker Peace, love and understanding Tell me, is there no place for them today They say we must fight to keep our freedom But Lord knows there's got to be a better way Ooooooh, war, huh Good God y'all What is it good for You tell me Say it, say it, say it, say it War, huh Good God y'all What is it good for Stand up and shout it Nothing
Reviewed on June 05, 2020
For my detail-oriented commercial compatriots, I wanted to post some pics showing the current (June 2020) version of this mug. As you can see, the print stretches vertically down nearly the whole length of the mug. No big gap. Horizontally, it's the same print doubled up, wrapped around to be visible on both sides—yes, with a slightly different version of Abed's smiling mug (ha). He's less smiling and more smirking. I can deal with this. Why did they change it? Who knows. If you're truly persnickety, you'll notice that the print is horizontally juuuust a bit off-center. Which, if you're *really* detail-oriented, yeah, you'll notice it. BUT. Here's the thing. This is a made-up mug from a fake TV show, put on by fictional characters from a fake community college inside a TV show. It's actually more believable and authentic for it to be imperfect. If it were perfect, it'd be wrong. It's not wrong. It's great. Just look at Troy's face or Abed's face while you're staring at the 1/4" offset and try to be upset with those guys. You can't. It's impossible. In conclusion: 5/5, would drink coffee out of this mug every day.
Reviewed on January 14, 2019
The mug is a good quality mug, so there's no issues with its ceramic quality or sturdiness. It is 4 and 1/2 inches in height/depth and a little over 3 inches in diameter. The only concern is with the design/image that was printed onto it. In the first pic I posted, you will see how they advertised the mug, with the design stretching down to about 1/4" (inch) from the bottom of the mug. When I received the mug, the design dimensions are actually much smaller, so that the design is about 1 and 1/4 inches from the bottom of the mug (see second pic). This also means there's a lot of dead (unused) space on either side of the mug handle (see third pic). Basically, this means that the design dimensions were not Long or Wide enough to fill the space on the actual mug. So, the designers made a sizing mistake with the design that they sent to the mug printers. I'm not sure if they're purposely trying to save expenses on the ink used per mug or what. But the customer is not getting the product that they advertised in the picture. The mug delivers from within the U.S. For this reason, I received it only 4 days after ordering it, using the cheapest shipping option that was offered (around $5.00). So, very fast delivery, and the product was well packaged for the trip!
Reviewed on March 22, 2012
This mug turned out to be even better than I hoped. My worry was that this mug would be one of those greenware, lightweight things. I got a Christmas mug last year (it looks like Santa Claus' head, kinda creepy now that I think about it, especially since the opening is on top, right where Santa would keep his brains) and it is super light, pretty and colorful but it feels lightweight, even when filled with cider or hot chocolate. Since it is a mug, I naturally assumed it could be microwaved. I burnt my hand, very badly actually, blisters and the kind of bright pink burn that seems to glow and radiate heat. The mug turned supernova in the microwave, turns out it can only be used for cold drinks, because even heating something in another container and then pouring it into the mug didn't work, the liquid turns cold very fast and the bottom of the mug is burning hot. Anyways, this Community mug is made of standard coffee mug material, whatever the heck that is. I guess I could look it up, but I'm feeling lazy today. The size is a lot bigger than I expected, it can hold almost two cups of coffee. Of if you are feeling in a Community celebrating mood, you could fill it with chicken fingers or free caesar salad or perhaps olives and leave it in the bathroom for a fancy party. Whatever floats your boat is what I'm saying. This is a great mug and a must have for the Community fan in your family. If the price had been a little lower, I would have bought two.
Reviewed on December 12, 2021
We used these mugs for a Halloween costume. We went as Troy and Abed in the morning. They were perfect.