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C'mon, who doesn't like the ease of a screw top? But if I have to pull a cork out, the Rabbit is way easier. I find the air pressure ones don't work the exact moment you are showing it off to friends.
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hoomgar wrote:A well placed blow across the top of a rock. If you do it right, no glass shards fall into the bottle.
What? Don't judge me, I know I am not the only one that drinks in a cave!
I use a sword, slicing/smashing through the neck with ease. When drinking, keep your teeth closed. That filters glass just fine.
To WOOT, or not to WOOT. That is the question.
I'm having a WOOTIN' TOOTIN' good time here!
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You forgot the Shoe Method.
I'm going to try this at the Morton Arboretum and see if they revoke my membership.
"Wine is sunshine held together by water" - Galileo Galilei
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We have a drawer full of different types of openers, and I've always got a traditional Laguiole opener in my purse or in my car. But the one that I love most is my Alessi Anna G opener. It's the one opener I vividly remember my parents using most while I was growing up; the style, the colours, the whole process/show of using it, and the lovely evenings it represented, left an indelible impression on me. I cannot help but reach for mine when I open a bottle at home. It may not be the best, but it's my favorite.
I was made to love magic, all its wonder to know.
But you all lost that magic, many many years ago.