Video: When it's party time there never seems to be enough bottle openers to go around. Here are 17 different ways you can pop the cap off of a beer or soft drink that you may not have thought of. We've talked about how you can open a beer bottle with a spoon, a newspaper, a countertop and even your forearm. Just in case none of those methods tickle your fancy, this video from the HouseholdHacker YouTube channel has 17 more suggestions for expediting your beer or soft drink consumption. Some of these are a little silly, like handcuffs, a sword, a bike seat, a cow bell and an external battery pack (don't do that). But a few are actually pretty clever, like using the flat top of a claw hammer, the expansive heating power and lip of a hair dryer, a roll of duct tape braced against your leg, the frame of your belt buckle and the point of a high heel shoe.
Open A Beer Bottle With 17 Random Items Around The House
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