I don’t know what it is about horned beetles, but I find them quite creepy. I think it must have been that scene from The Mummy where one crawled under the guy’s skin, or when thousands come crawling out of the ground in The Mummy Returns.
Opening a beer is something that my uncle took pleasure in grossing me out with. He would crack them open using his teeth and I was always sure his teeth would shatter. He literally had a steel plate in his head, and once pulled his own impacted tooth with pliers – and it was the wrong tooth.
I would assume after a hard day of fighting Daleks and Weeping Angels, a Time Lord would need a cold one to wind down. I’m not sure a standard Sonic Screwdriver would be able to open a beer, but this special variant of the good Doctor’s universal tool certainly could.
The next time you are working up a thirst playing games on your favorite retro handheld from the ’80s, grab the appropriate bottle opener and have a cold beer. These Game Boy Bottle Openers are perfect for the occasion.
Sure you can get all kinds of cool gadgets to open your bottles. Some of them are even made by Wayne Industries. But when it comes right down to it, all you really need is a basic batarang and bottle opener in one.
When you are stalking down the halls of an abandoned space station during the day, killing acid bleeding aliens and trying to relax at night, you’re going to need a beer at some point. You could open the beer with your teeth like some sort of dentally-challenged frat boy, but you will need those choppers for steak at some point.
ThinkGeek is intent on getting us all ready for the zombie apocalypse. They will sell you the Crovel or Crovel II which will certainly come in handy to take on the zombie hoard. A new tool has turned up that looks even more impressive than the Crovel, called the NAX 2.0.
I’ve flown from one side of this galaxy to the other, and I’ve seen a lot of strange stuff, but I’ve never seen anything to make me believe that there’s one all-powerful bottle opener that can open anything.
If you’re an iPhone 5 owner who prefers those bumper cases that only cover the edges of the smartphone, XGear has a new offering called the Fortress 2. The case wraps all the way around the edges of the iPhone 5 and has a sliding door that opens allowing you to charge and sync the device without any problems.
Most people are lazy by nature. They get even lazier on Friday and Saturday nights, since they’re all suddenly unable to leave their seats to open their bottles of soda or beer using the opener on the fridge.
If you drink on a regular basis, then chances are you already how many bottles spells “just right” or “trouble” for you. Something to help you along when the lines start to get blurry is this awesome Beer Tracker Bottle Opener.