Tag: champagne

The ChamBong is another reason to love champagne!

This football season I made the conscience choice to switch my tailgating beverage from beer to champagne. Not only have I saved on the calorie intake but now there’s news champagne may boost memory and prevent dementia.

In a 2013 study that suddenly went viral on social media over the weekend, the report states “red grapes used in the process of making champagne may help prevent the cognitive losses that occur during typical and atypical brain aging. Therefore drinking up to three glasses of champagne weekly may help delay the onset of degenerative brain disorders, such as dementia.”

Besides being one of the lowest calorie per alcohol volume out there, champagne can now boost my memory and prevent diseases? Perfect. I shall celebrate by ordering this new product called a Champagne Chambong which is—you guessed it— a beer bong for champagne.

To recap, champagne is one of the lowest calorie drinks out there, may boost your memory and you can now funnel it using a bong.

What a time to be alive.

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How to ruin a perfectly good bottle of champagne

Opening a bottle of champagne is terrifying even for the most experienced mimosa drinker.

But if you’re the idiot below, you like to open a perfectly good bottle of champagne by throwing it up against a wall as if you’re slapping God in the face.

Only this time, God hit back in hilarious fashion.

Now let’s watch on repeat for added measure:

Don’t be this guy. Don’t slap God in the face. Don’t throw a full bottle of champagne against a wall.

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How To Open a Champagne Bottle with a Sword

New Year’s Eve may seem a bit overrated the older you get but you know what’s not overrated?

Opening stuff with swords.

Whether you have a sword lying around or a really good kitchen knife, you can slice open a champagne bottle pretty easily granted you hit it just right. [insert “that’s what she said” joke here]


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