I love events that feature bottomless drinks, but only when it’s meant figuratively. This cocktail glass was actually created without a base, so you can’t set it down without the cocktail spilling. Brilliant?
Sometimes it’s a good thing to get drunk quickly. First dates, second dates and break ups are all perfect for these glasses. They are designed to be completely unstable so that you can’t set them down without spillage. Many nights research have proved that with these glasses, you finish the drink quicker. It actually works.
The spirit behind these glasses is in the right place. Obviously getting drunk faster is the sort of game-plan that I can get behind. What I can’t stand for, however, is spending $60 on nearly useless cocktail glasses. They’re clearly meant to be a novelty items and should be priced as such. The only upside is that they’re made in Swaziland, so you when you accidentally set it down you can just say you were pouring one out for your boy Patrick.
This seems like it was a complete mistake, and someone said, “Fuck it, I’ll pretend like I did it on purpose.” If you’ve ever hung out with photographers, you know this is a fairly common practice. Even Mitch Hedberg knows what I’m talking about.
I think Pringles’ initial intention was to make tennis balls. But on the day that the rubber was supposed to show up, a big truckload of potatoes arrived. But Pringles was a laid-back company. They said “Fuck it. Cut ’em up.”
Get Drunk Faster [FoodBeast]