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Chug N’ Plug Beer Shotgunning Tool Lets You Plug It and Chug It

by Conner Flynn
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Hey, kids, what time is it?!? It’s spring break, baby. And this time of year means lots of irresponsible drinking. But how do you make chugging easier for the masses? The answer is the Chug N’ Plug beer shotgunning tool from Greenlife Technologies. Yes, this is a TECHNOLOGY.

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This little keychain gadget is simple to use and gets the beer flowing instantly. All you have to do is punch the sharp plastic point through a can of beer all the way to the hilt. That’s when the party starts. It’s a beer impaler. So if your beer turns into a vampire you will be ready.

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I feel sorry for the ER workers who have to encounter the Chug N’ Plug after people accidentally sit on it. And of course, not so accidentally. No judgments. This thing looks really dangerous. Seriously, do not leave this butt plug lying around on the couch.
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The $5 plugs come in black, red, yellow, and green, and come with a keychain and rubber cover.  One thing I don’t quite understand is why are they showing this thing in a can of water? Whoa! Calm down you party animal. That’s way too much hydration too fast. Are you crazy? That’s just irresponsible. Your poor liver!

[via Dude I Want That via Geekologie]



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