Booze

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TipsyBartender challenged himself to pour a rainbow shot across 31 glasses. Can he do it? Can He? CAN HE?!!

Well, yes. Otherwise we wouldn’t talk about it. Duh.

Watch the video after the break.

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arkham absinthe

The second I saw this t-shirt, I despaired that there’s no such thing as Arkham Red Velvet Absinthe. It sounds amazing and I love the idea of Harley Quinn replacing the green fairy to lead you through the madcap Arkham nights.

See Also: Check out the rest of our nerdy shirt collection!

Product Page: ($14)

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Let’s face it, Titans are dangerous. I mean, with all the smashing stuff and eating people. So, if you’re looking to learn more about them, I definitely wouldn’t suggest going near one. Instead, pick up this Attack on Titan Colossus Titan at the Wall 24 oz. Molded Stein. It features some crazy 3D details and will be available this February, so feel free to preorder now.

Product Page: ($24.99)

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Are you satisfied with your care? If not, add booze! Cassandra of When Geeks Wed came up with a tasty-sounding combo of a lemon drop shooter topped with lemon meringue cookies decorated to look like Baymax from Big Hero 6. The flavors compliment each other, but if you’re not into booze, just make a pile of Baymax cookies. You can’t lose!

See a couple more shots of the Baymax treat after the break.

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Tolkien

This past Saturday marked what would have been J.R.R. Tolkien’s 123rd birthday, and fans celebrated by raising a glass in his honor and sharing the photos on social media. The toast has become an annual tradition held at 9pm local time that has carried on even after his death on September 2, 1973. From dragon goblets to pint glasses to fireplace shrines, the pictures tell the story of fans who are grateful for his life’s work.

See some of the pictures after the break.

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chart

This chart was created by engineer Shaan Hurley in AutoCad 360 and features 70 classic cocktails. He notes:

I first found this drawing years ago when it was a test DWG file for a plotter company. A couple years back Florian Römhild…re-drew the guide in DWG format and a few others have also modified the popular drawing like the Whisky Drinks version. I figured I would place the drawing for all to have fun viewing in AutoCAD 360.

This looks like it could really come in handy for newbie bartenders.

See the original version after the break.

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New Year’s Eve is almost upon us and that means it’s time for the champagne to flow. You’ve seen bottles opened with a saber, but Full Mag‘s Richard Ryan does one better. He opens a bottle of bubbly with a .50 caliber rifle. He starts with a few practice shots that have the glass shattering, but watch to the end and he nails the cork and perfectly opens the bottle. Don’t try this one at home, folks!

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You’ve probably experienced the spark of creativity that comes with having a moderate amount of alcohol in your system. In fact, some studies show that a blood alcohol level of .075% makes your more creative. Problem Solver Beer is an Indian Pale Ale that’s designed to hit this sweet spot to uncover your hidden genius.

It even includes a scale on the bottle so you know how much to drink depending on your sex and weight so that you hit that magic number. They’re also putting together a club where people can share this special brew and work together to solve local issues in their communities.

Gimmicky? You bet. But I’m willing to try out this experiment…for science.

Product Page (Price TBD via Cool Material)

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If hiding a small bottle of liquor in your bag isn’t possible, you can now purchase a pair of shoes suited for the purpose. The Johnnie Tan Leather Brogues look dashing and have a suede-lined heel compartment that holds a mini bottle of whisky, specifically Johnnie Walker Red Label. Fancy, no?

To add to the classy factor, the shoes are leather, made in Italy, part of a limited edition, and have hand-stitched detailing. Just one thing to keep in mind: don’t try to wear these shoes on your next flight.

Look at more pics of the dapper footwear after the break.

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It’s not enough that an official Drinking Hoodie exists, it’s been upgraded and improved and is now known as the Drinking Jacket. Designed by Zane Lamprey, the hoodie is packed with features such as a built-in bottle opener, a koozie pocket, a hidden flask pocket, drinking mitts, a sunglass holder, and more. It’s so fancy and irresponsible!

The Drinking Jacket is being funded on Kickstarter, and they’ve already exceeded their goal. You can pledge $75 and pre-order one of your very own.

See more photos and video of the jacket after the break.

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