Wednesday, January 4, 2012

If You Need a Label To Turn Blue

Before you know whether your beer is cold enough to drink....


You're wayyyyyyyyyy too frikkin' drunk.  Call a cab and go home, ya rummie.

36 comments:

  1. When I heard about this product I thought "How inbred do you have to be not to know when you're beer is cold?" I bet they've sold billions of these.

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  2. Wow! who knew drinking beer had gotten so complex!?

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  3. Haha beer has to be just right!

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  4. Another useless marketing ploy. The dummy who came up with that probably makes double my salary.

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  5. Don't knock it. Had this been around when that beer decided to get hotter instead of colder when it was in the fridge, I'd still have my sense of taste in half my tongue.

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  6. At a certain point it doesn't hurt to have a little help knowing your optimum beer drinking temperature...then again at that point it doesn't freaking matter any longer. Yup...I'm with ya...if you need a color changing can to help you drink then you don't deserve to be drinking.

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  7. WOW this is pretty ridiculous. Maybe if someone has no sense of touch or taste, it might be good. Next your beer will talk to you and give you advertisements while you drink. The more you get drunk the more you will believe and buy. Hmmm maybe that's an idea.

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  8. You're so right man yet people buy those things up like they're going out of fashion regardless. Beer isn't great when it's so cold you can't drink it either.

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  9. How does that help if you are blind drunk? They need to go back to the drawing board and include an alarm. While they are at it shouldn’t they disguise it as a soft drink so you can drink and drive without being persecuted by the cops......

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  10. I don't know how anyone drinks beer anyway regardless of how hot or cold it is! I cannot stand the taste of it.

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  11. Guinness cans should now come with orange stripes. Is this beer warm or super-warm??

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  12. I laughed out loud when I read this post. You are so whacked! I always get a kick out of your blog!

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  13. @Anne: "Ah done loss ma sense uh smell when I rassled that plum mean hog fer uh pack of smokes. Then, I murried muh sister. And got drunk."
    @Bersercules: You even need a Masters Degree to pee your pants. Well, not YOU. Drunks.
    @Bauer: Especially during a drivers test.
    @Dawn: But he probably pisses away on chips and dip, though.
    @Vinny: I never thought of that.
    @Jewels: I guess you're right. having a blue label will probably help prevent you from drinking that jar of olives. Or breast milk.
    @Pat: I know this is pretty stupid. Now, that turbo vortex bottle thingie from Miller Lite...THAT'S pure genius.
    @Yeamie: The beer or the outside temp? I once went to a football (American) game where it was so cold, I opted for coffee instead. Thank God it had a red label to tell me when it was hot.
    @BL: Blind people use blue dots. Problem solved. Then, I guess they could get blind drunk (oooh, sorry).
    @SymDaddy: Brought to you by the same country which mandates warning labels on coffee cups, too. We have Lady Gaga, too.
    @Leslie: Whoa, whoa, whoa.........are you SURE you're from Arkansas?
    @Lost: Genius, pure genius. Okay, you've got dibs on the idea.
    @Eva: I think my mind has a defect. Someone left an unopened bag of individually wrapped prunes in our lounge today (which I predict will STAY unopened. Who the frig will say, "Hey, look! I LOVE individually wrapped prunes! They're nature's candy! And laxative.") Since I knew nobody would ever molest that bag, I brought them into the Mens Room and set them on a table there. Above it I posted a sign, "If You Could Use Any Help, Please Have One. Or Three."
    Yep. That's how my mind works.

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  14. @Dawn: I meant "pisses IT away on chips and dip." Of course, I suppose he could piss away ON chips, too. Then, he'd be totally blasted. Especially if he ate them.

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  15. Now wait a second, I'm looin' at the can and it has two cold settings:
    1. Cold
    B. Rocky Mountain cold.

    Whose the dummy now!

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  16. Ya think "Rocky Mountain" is a euphemism for "frikkin'?"

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  17. LOLOLLOL!!! This is just wayy too much of a no brainer. Sounds as genius as ejection seats on a helicopter (Which, surprise! They DO have. just found out!)

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  18. @Al Penwasser ah yea driving test beer has to be in a coke bottle

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  19. You said it all sir. you said it all...

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  20. It's all bells and whistles.

    I wonder if they can up the price for having something like that.

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  21. I thought this was just really popular with rednecks because they're too dumb to figure out when a beer is ready to drink. Or a ploy by Coors to trick us into thinking their beer tastes like crap only because it hasn't been 'refrigerated properly.'

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  22. This is just a fad. My beer had been talking to me for years.

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  23. Hahahaha! Thanks for another good laugh, Al!

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  24. Amen! And what's with that "vortex neck" I think Miller uses. Why don't Coors, Bud, and Miller just use the slogan "We know you don't care about taste, this'll get you drunk, cheap"?

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  25. @Bragondorn: And that's BEFORE I started drinking.
    @Dwei: They probably did.
    @Beer: The only bad beer is one which has yet to be drunk. No, wait. Check that. Ballantine sucks.
    @dbs: As long as you don't argue with your beer, you're probably good to go.
    @Lyn: Alcohol-Making People Laugh For Centuries.
    @Melissa: That's what they tell when I take my hat off.
    @Pickleope: They can't because that's Ballantine's slogan (see my response to Beer for the Shower. Don't you LOVE how I cross-pollinate your comments? That's so you all can be friends. And I don't have to think of an original response).

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  26. Exactly, never got the point with this.
    Guess they're running out of ideas...

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  27. greaaaaaaaat post love your blog =) follow

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  28. Just keep the beer in a mini cooler

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  29. @simon: If it tastes great, people will come (ooh, bad choice of verbs).
    @Damon: Thanks!
    @Baur: As long as the mini-cooler has a mini-blue stripe, we're probably good to go.

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  30. Well, it is a Coors ya know.

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  31. They need SOME gimmick to convince someone to buy it.

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  32. I just read an article last week talking about how Coorslight has become the USA's number two most sold beer.

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  33. And that's another sign of the coming apocalypse.

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