Walk-out beer fridge

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beer,drinking,g rated,ice,refrigerator,snow,there I fixed it,winter,winter time
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Getting All Sorts of Toasted

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alcohol,drinking,dual use,Obscure Reference,toaster
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Well, I was going to make a joke about a toaster needing an intervention, but then I read the tequila label and can only think of Olmec from Legends of the Hidden Temple. Man, that was a good show. #revealingmyage ~Not-So-Handy Andy

Kettles Are Expensive, Whereas Corks Are Not

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No Corkscrew? No Problem

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drinking,hammers,wine,funny,corkscrews
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Screw Driver

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corkscrew,drinking,dual use,not a kludge,wine
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Drinking (accessories) and driving are getting surprisingly popular these days. New mantra: If you can't do it on the roads, bring it into the kitchen!

Safety First!

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bathtubs,duct tape,drinking
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Party hard over on After 12!

Don't Mess Around. Just Smash and Chug.

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alcohol,drinking,hammer,Professional At Work,tools
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From the submitter

My co-worker and found a bottle of wine in the mini fridge at work, so we decided we would have a feew drink toward the end of the day. We peeled the foil from the top to discover the cork, and quickly realized that we didn't have a corkscrew. We looked around for something we could pull the cork, so we decided to drive a screw into the cork and pull it out. We couldn't get the cork to budge, so we started prying it up with the hammer. This photo shows the total amount of the cork we could p

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