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Underground Benny Hill beer


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Free bucket of water will do the same thing 🍺😁


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Interesting but some day somebody will invent something that cools on electricity. You could even store it inside. 🤔


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Not using electricity is the whole idea, I'd of thought.

Don't like it though, I ain't see a Can version 😁


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I would have thought it would be easily made with a few sewer pipes


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Is there not something you can do with salt and water to rapidly cool cans/bottles


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Any body getting rust prevention work done in shanogues keep an eye open for a few of theese hole covers,
Bound to be one or two in that new pit 😂😂


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Could imagine the slugs and ants etc crawling all over them bottles in no time. No thanks


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You’d have to hide it under a shrub in my neighborhood.


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Quote by TommyS

I would have thought it would be easily made with a few sewer pipes


From one sewer to another 😁


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It’s ice and salt, when you mix ice and salt it gets colder. I’ve made ice cream with the grandkids using that method


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