James Bond may not drink beer, but who wants to party with him anyway? He’d probably just end up shooting up the place and stealing all the women. But if Bond…James Bond…did crack a cold one every now and again, you can bet he’d be one sneaky SOB about it.
And now you can too.
Oh my God (or as the Noregians say, “Å, Herregud!”)! Is that an alcoholic beverage, or a cool, refreshing Coca-Cola? What has science done?
Well me, I’m glad you (I) asked that. You (I) see, hundreds of years of unmitigated scientific growth has led humanity to the current pinnacle of technological advancement: soda can beer sleeves. Thanks to the collective efforts of the world’s best and brightest scientists, we now know that it is entirely possible to cover up our beer cans with the outer sleeves of soda cans, and are thus able to enjoy our icy cold alcoholic refreshments wherever the hell we damn please—be it the beach, the golf course, the DMV, the back of a police car, space, or even in the comfort of our own bathrooms.
Now despite everything I just said about science and junk, the process is simple. Really simple. So simple, in fact, that it’s actually very difficult. In a simple kind of way. Check it out in the above video accompanied with bitchin’ spy music.