39 ( +1 | -1 ) in your cupsI know there's an expression "to be in your cups," in other words "drunk" or "inebriated." Maybe that's what he means. Or maybe he meant to write "club." He's terrified he will be kicked out of the club. Or maybe he meant "cusp." In other words he was teetering between two states. Or maybe it's a mistranslation from the German. The fiend certainly asks some puzzling questions!