Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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magnetic beer glove

a magnetic beer glove
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to hold magnetic beer cans.
theamazingsmegman, Dec 10 2003

Similar without the magnetism http://www.stubbyglove.com/
[PiledHigherandDeeper, Oct 04 2004]

magnetic beer cans http://www.halfbake...ea/beer_20packaging
the glove would need these to exist first... [luecke, Oct 04 2004]


       get a grip, Man!
po, Dec 10 2003

       <wiping trousers> I hate aluminium...
Fishrat, Dec 10 2003

       Hate canned beer (so unsophisticated, darling).
squeak, Dec 10 2003

       "Two pints of 'magnet please guvnor"
dobtabulous, Dec 10 2003

       at least it would be funny watching you try to get another beer out of the fridge when your hand gets stuck to the door...
luecke, Dec 10 2003

       Or watching you try and pay your bar tab with a credit card.
Overpanic, Dec 10 2003

       If you had the poles reversed, your beer would be forever 'just out of your reach'. I always thought that beer came in aluminum cans. Shows how much us non-drinkers know, huh?   

       How do you magnetize the cans?
Klaatu, Dec 10 2003

       beer cans are generally aluminum... there was an idea a while back about making them magnetic so they could stick together in a 6 pack (or more) without using those fish-killing plastic rings. ill try to find it...
luecke, Dec 11 2003

       There is a japanese beer maker that uses steel cans, as far as I know it's just a novelty. I'd sure be funny to see someone try to crush one on their head though....
SystemAdmin, Dec 11 2003

       Most beer cans are aluminum (aluminium for you brits), and as such, are non-magnetic. Either way, I tend to avoid canned (and keg) beer, since I'm extremely sensitive to the metallic (yech!) taste.
Freefall, Dec 11 2003

       I find it's very hard to open ring-pulls with gloves on, especially mittens. Would they have a special attachment for this purpose? (And suckers for glass bottles?)
kropotkin, Dec 11 2003

       just put a steel ball in the can, and the magnet will stick to it thru the aluminum. Reuse the steel ball, and don't swallow. Ball, that is, beer should be swallowed for best effect.
stringstretcher, Dec 11 2003

       This would only be fun after a wedding when the couple drives off with cans without needing string.
UrineForATreat, Dec 11 2003


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