It’s A Given
That it’s easy to be brave from a distance!
Beer Dice With Beer
The folks at Artisan Dice have figured out how to make dice out of hops, and they look incredible.
So these dice are literally made primarily of crushed up hops, with a coating of crystal resin
to keep them from falling apart and inlaid with brass so they have actual numbers. Just think
of all the different beer games you could play with your beer dice.
Roll, drink and roll and over! But be warned these dice can be pretty pricey.
Yes Grill Sergeant!
Attention! Summer is right around the corner so shape up and grill up. If your looking for the
most portable eye catching grill on the market, then you need to report to the Grill Sergeant,
on the double! Just set the serge down on a level surface, unclip his green helmet, fill
the base with charcoal and you’re ready to cook some meat. The twelve inch grill sits
above your burning coals to give you plenty of space to work with. Put the helmet lid over
the top again and you can really seal in that smoked flavor. When everyone is fed and the
mission is complete, simply store the compact Grill Sergeant away in the back of your pickup
until your next weekend on leave.
(Please Burn Things Responsibly)
The Bierstick Beer Bong
This product is a revolutionary drinking device that has changed many lives in well, lets just say
in some unspeakable ways. The Bierstick is a syringe-like drinking device that creates the perfect drinking experience. No mess, no foam, and easy to suck up, this stick of love puts other drinking devices to shame.
With just a few seconds you can drink up to 24oz of your favorite beverage with ease (lets stick with beer, not whiskey). The friction fit mouthpiece allows the liquid to flow at a consistent pace to ensure a smooth,
enjoyable chug. The mouthpiece also creates almost no foam and carbonation for smooth consumption.
Remember the bigger the belch, the happier the customer!
(Please Belch Responsibly)
Master Levon’s Divine Underground Cave
Levon Arakelyan from Arinj, Armenia began chipping away at the earth back in 1985
when his wife requested he build a root cellar beneath their home where she could store potatoes,
however once he started, he simply couldn’t stop. Levon was motivated by dreams
and visions in which a voice told him he must continue carving the cave (I hear voices).
He worked every day, often for up to 18 hours with little rest and only his small hand tools to carve the
hard rock, shunning traditional support structures or power tools. He included stairs, halls, twists,
and multiple rooms going as deep as 70 feet beneath the house. He also created small shrines
and artistic carvings all throughout the cave system, giving it a properly sacred feel.
I would say this is as real of a man cave that I’ve ever seen.
There are several classes in NHRA (National Hot Rod Ass) racing and my top 3 are your usual suspects.
1. Top Fuel: Balls to walls, the fastest-accelerating machines in the world, 10,000-horsepower
Top Fuel dragsters are often referred to as the “kings of the sport,” and with good reason.
They are capable of covering the 1/4 mile in less than 3.7 seconds at more than 330 mph.
Just imagine in 1 second how fast your launched. Powered by a supercharged and fuel-injected
500-cubic-inch adaptation of the famed Chrysler Hemi engine, Top Fuel dragsters can burn up to
15 gallons of nitromethane fuel during a single run. Constructed of chromoly steel tubing
and carbon-fiber composite, Top Fuel cars are 25 feet long and weigh 2,330 pounds in race-ready trim.
2.Funny Car: Not Funny “haha”. Funny Cars can run in the 3.8-second range and are capable
of speeds in excess of 330 mph. Funny Cars are powered by the same supercharged and fuel-injected
500-inch engines as Top Fuel dragsters.
3. Pro Stock: Often called “factory hot rods” because of their resemblance to production-based automobiles,
Pro Stock cars are some of the most technologically advanced machines in drag racing.
Pro Stock cars must conform to precise measurements and weigh no less than 2,350 pounds.
Pro Stock engines use electronic fuel injection and spec gasoline and are restricted to a maximum of 500 cubic inches. They can make in excess of 1,300 horsepower.
A competitive Pro Stock car can run in the 6.5s at more than 210 mph.