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Kids will love it.
I think some adults will find it cool too.
Eye-safety considerations prohibit usage of a solid cork
that jumps like real chanpagne.
I suggest a cork that produce a pop sound effect, and has
a non-solid part that jumps toward the ceiling.
Two marketing options:
et al. will produce a special edition party-bottles with the popping corks.
2) Sell universal multi-usage corks that fit standard bottles.
Martinelli's Sparkling Cider
Ta-da! [bristolz, Jan 15 2005]
pop gun for [tiromancer]
[FarmerJohn, Jan 15 2005]
look around [FarmerJohn, Jan 15 2005]
||They'd be slightly safer if they were tethered to the bottle. Possibly to some object inside the bottle, like in Guinness.
||Didn't toy guns pop out a cork on a string, sometime in the past? Or is that made up? My reference is a vague memory of "There's a Monster In My Clostet"
||Martinellis Sparkling Cider? Very common at kid's parties in my neck of the woods. Looks and acts like a champagne bottle.
||//They'd be slightly safer if they were tethered to the bottle. Possibly to some object inside the bottle, like in Guinness.//
Grolsch. But not for kids!