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I don't know why, but I'm feeling boozetastic tonight. And I've only had one drink!

Freeze-your-own ice shot"glass"es: link

Make your own booze luge: link

This posting brought to you by the influence (or is that under the influence) of allah_sulu, osewalrus, and bodnej...and maybe others. Time to place an Amazon order, methinks...

UPDATE: But wait! There's more!

Dartmouth Snow-Bot Hauls People, Kegs: Perhaps in order to simulate winter in New Hampshire, Dartmouth engineers recently traveled to Greenland (the icy one, as opposed to Iceland, the green one) to test a solar-powered robot. When the robot, aided by GPS and really good snow tires, proved itself adept at getting around, it dawned on the researchers that they could enslave it and make it do their bidding. They attached a sled, and found that the 200-lb. robot could pull its own weight in cargo with no problem. The next step was a robot-assisted sleigh ride; they could only move at a walking pace, however, not enough for a really cool doughnut-and-whiplash maneuver. According to the researchers, the "ultimate test" was to see if the robot could haul a 200-gallon keg. They said it was full of water, but even children know that if a solar-powered snow robot can haul a keg of water, it will haul a keg of beer just as well.–


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Apr. 16th, 2007 02:07 am (UTC)
I always wanted to use those shot glass molds to make alcohol-y jello shot glasses. Then fill them with booze. Drink booze. Eat boozy shot glass. Fall down.

Apr. 16th, 2007 02:23 am (UTC)
You just have to make sure you drink the shot fast. If you sip it and give the shotglass time to melt, you'll get booze leaking on your hands.
Apr. 16th, 2007 02:34 am (UTC)
God help me if I ever have the temerity to sip something from a shot glass.
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