Turn Wine Bottle Into A Glass With This Nifty Gadget
You're an adult now. If you're going to guzzle mass quantities of wine, you should do it by the glass, not straight out of the bottle.
We won't judge you or anything if you like drinking from the bottle. But did you know that you can chug (or sip, we guess) the good stuff straight from the source while still looking classy AF?
Enter the Guzzle Buddy.
That's right. You can put away the red plastic cups and get rid of those clunky on-the-go plastic wine glasses you always forget to bring with you when you're on the move. Set yourself up with Guzzle Buddy and you're ready to chug in style, whether you're traveling, impressing friends at a party or watching Netflix with your cats.
How does this complicated, mystical gadget work, you ask?
"Pouring wine is such a chore, so no more wasting time pouring or empty glasses," the seller says on Amazon. "Grab your guzzle buddy and follow these three easy steps. Open your favorite bottle of wine. Insert the guzzle buddy by screwing directly into the top of your bottle. Tilt the bottle and enjoy drinking straight from your wine bottle glass. As you tilt the bottle, the guzzle buddy gently aerates the wine giving you a whole new drinking experience."
It's so easy, even a wino can use it! And the best part is that whenever somebody asks you how much you had to drink, you can tell them that you just had one glass of wine.
You can grab your own Guzzle Buddy on Amazon here if you want.
If Guzzle Buddy looks great but you're looking for something a little stealthier, consider hiding a ton of wine or other booze on your person by faking a big beer gut -- not that we would advocate doing anything illegal like smuggling booze onto cruise ships or into football games…
But who wouldn't want to have their very own Beer Belly full of drinkable booze?
You can pick up a Beer Belly all of your own right here.
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