Before Brooklyn was known as the land of artisanal marmalades and organic rooftop gardens, the other borough's claim to fame was its unique brand of modified English. Enter Brooklynese Kitchenware by Fishs Eddy -- which has a little fun with some everyday kitchen items and native Brooklynites' aversion to the letter R.
Whether you take your "cawffee," with or without "shuguh," the vessels spell out their contents phonetically for the R-impaired. The kitchenware is made of high-fired ceramic and available individually or in a gift box set.
And, for more fun kitchenware, check out The Foodiggity Shop. We're located in New Jersey, where we always pronounce everything correctly.