A liquid measuring cup has but one key job in the world to do. That is to pour liquid. To pour it straight and true, not to dribbling it willnilly down the side of the cup and onto the floor, the counter, and one’s clothes. But not in one in ten actually does this job. How hard can it be to get it right? Don’t they product test? Don’t they care?
Clearly, no. They do not care.
If you need me, I’ll be wiping up the milk and egg mixture off the floor and putting my clothes in the washer.