31 Ways To Open A Beer Without A Bottle Opener

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They seem to have missed the one using the door of an EH Holden.
 

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Up until Xmas last year I used to always open bottles with my teeth. It was just convenient and have done this for 20+ years. However, I managed to actually chip my tooth last time so now don't bother. I now find an old bench/table/chair or anything solid and crack 'em that way.

There are litterally thousands of things that can open a bottle. Just need to get creative once you get the concept ;)
 

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seen a guy do it with his teeth and needed to get stitches in his mouth. Mind you he was pretty pissed. Guy that worked for dad ate some of a beer bottle as a bet he was also pissed lol and said you will be amazed where the blood stream carries small bits of glass.
 

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when driving you can't go past the seat belt. Simply undo your seatbelt and open beer. now you are breaking 2 laws at once! :ph34r:
 

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Two words - Tiger bars ;)
 

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No youtube access here at work, but you can open a beer with a piece of paper.
 

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Tried opening a beer with the BBQ scraper, as they do with a sabre and champagne bottle...

Kind-of worked.. <_<
 

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Righto - chainsaw it is. I'll probably stick with the 028, the 064 would get tiring at a party...












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Up until Xmas last year I used to always open bottles with my teeth. It was just convenient and have done this for 20+ years. However, I managed to actually chip my tooth last time so now don't bother.
I did exactly the same for years with no problems. It was actually a great party trick because every time I did it someone was guaranteed to say "DON'T! You'll crack your teeth"

Bottle after bottle opened in this way. Ladies all thought I was amazing (being handsome helps - I look just like my avatar) Blokes were jealous because of my toughness.

One day celebrating working on a successful (moderately) underground theatre play (that's what tough people do) I did the same thing I'd done for years. The gasps, the anguish from those present as I confidently opened up the bottle using my pearlies.

Had to look away while I found the little bits of tooth enamel and removed them from my mouth. The embarassment was only mitigated by the fact that no-one but me knew.

Now I use a teaspoon or somesuch. I can still feel the chip with my tongue.
 

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I usually open beers with my phone. My current phone has lasted so long because i now keg.

My group of mates were always amazed at what i used to use to open a beer, because i'll usually grab whaters closest. I've opened beers with a carrot, a cd case, vitamin bottles and the creme a la creme was using another full beer (my flatmate had cleaned the house so the closest thing was a beer.) :)
 

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I thought the napkin was the best.
 

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