Diana speaks to Steve:

Diana: It was just a coffee cup...and I lost it.

Why did Diana compare Themyscira to a coffee cup?

  • It's not clear that she did, unless you can provide a relevant quote or reference. She was after all talking about trying to make the jet aircraft that they were in invisible - not her home. Sep 10 at 15:07
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    Downvotes seem really harsh: This is someone suffering from a misunderstanding. It is quite easy to understand something if you already understand it. I am glad @FuzzyBoots provided such a clear and welcoming answer to a new user. Welcome to SFF.SE Randy Root. J!
    – Lexible
    Sep 10 at 20:40
  • @Lexible Premise is false. Title should be reworded to not be misleading.
    – Mithoron
    Sep 11 at 21:19
  • @Mithoron You haven't been "mislead," this is someone not making a connection, and misunderstanding something which got spelled out in the accepted answer.
    – Lexible
    Sep 12 at 1:11

In short, she doesn't. She's describing the process of making something invisible, something that her father did with Themyscira, and she's stating that she's only done that process once, with a coffee cup.

Diana: My father hid Themyscira from the world, and I’ve been trying to learn how he did it.

Steve: Did what?

Diana: Made something invisible.
But in 50 years, I’ve only done it once.

Steve: Well, now’s not a bad time to start trying.
How long does it last?

Diana: I don’t know.
It was just a coffee cup… and I lost it.

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