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Adjustable Strength Beer Goggles

goggles that can be filled with beer to alter magnification strength
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there are already glasses that use a special pressurizing system to implement water based adjustible eye glasses. they are designed to be cheaply made for people in developing countries who need optical aids.

instead of water, my line of glasses uses beer in order to adjust prescription strength. the beer would work as a tinting mechanism as well. depending on the brightness on any given day, you can adjust the contents of the lenses for beer darkness. bright days would allow for darker beers.

special edition goggles will also contain a small, battery-operated cooler, so your backup supply of intoxication beverage would remain cool.

tcarson, May 27 2006


       Bun for the title.   

       It could be hard to keep the refrigerated beer glasses from fogging up...   

       And I'm not sure that a very substantial refreshment could be gotten from them. Perhaps something a little stronger, like a good shot or two of Jagermeister, which, although somewhat repugnant in it's flavor, does a better job at tinting.
ye_river_xiv, Jul 28 2006

       Hey - a use for Jaegermeister. Finally!
wagster, Jul 28 2006


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