Talking Bottle Openers

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Talking bottle openers may not represent the zenith of modern technology, but they can be a fun diversion. If you're not careful, however, they can also land you in hot water depending on how and where they're deployed. That's because talking bottle openers say a myriad of things, not all of which are considered flattering.

For the most part anyway, talking bottle openers are pretty well behaved. There are those that cordially congratulate you and your convivial friends on making it to yet another weekend, others that let out a resounding "Salute!" or "Skoal!" and even a few that impersonate popular TV characters, namely one balding and animated beer-swiller from Springfield. These bottle openers naturally complement their declarations with a host of "D'oh!"s and other grunts, snorts, and indeterminate sounds.

Big Laughs with Talking Bottle Openers

Talking beer bottle openers can be an unexpected surprise at parties, gatherings, and other events. Like talking wall-mounted fish, these nifty contraptions rarely fail to get a laugh, even if their mutterings can grow tiresome. If and when that happens, you need only pop out the batteries or simply leave your device at home in favor of a mute alternative. Better yet, leave all your openers at home and let your bartender uncap your libation for you.

Until you draw the ire of your bar mates or friends, however, talking bottle openers can be a blast. Take them to baseball games, the horseracing track, bachelor parties, or golf outings. Just be sure to keep a backup set of batteries with you in case your openers suffer sudden laryngitis just prior to their debuts.


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