Sunday, January 13, 2008

Tip of the day : How to open a beer with a chainsaw

Another really useful tip!



6 comments:

Webster Twelb said...

Kids don't try this at home.

I didn't see the actually opening. Did the chainsaw even touched the bottle?

bluedreamer27 said...

yeah its very useful but its dangerous too hehehe
i wonder if leatherface of the texas chainsaw masscre use that way of opening a beer bottle if he wants to drink hehe

mr_viruz said...

wow thats nice i never i magine that chain saw can be use as a bottle opener
anyways sorry coz its been so long since i visit you
but i gave you an appreciation awrd
hpe youll like it tnx

ILL_Natured_gr said...

@ webster : It just touched the side of the lid - quite impressive technique :)

@ bluedreamer : not so dangerous for yourself as for the beers :) Leatherface did some pretty nastier things than drinking beer btw... (great film!!!)

@ mr_viruz : I'm always trying to present great innovative stuff :)
Thanks a lot for your award my friend - i'm truely honoured!

George M.

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needapair said...

DONT TRY THIS AT HOME KIDS

 
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