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We've long held the notion that mixing beer and liquor isn't all too wise. Whether or not the order has anything to do with it is a hotly debated topic, though with Highwave's Beer/Shot glass your options are wide open. The Beer/Shot holds its own against your standard tall glass with its 16 ounce capacity, good for a pint's worth of brew. Flip it over, however, to use it as a shot glass instead (yes, we're well aware that you probably saw this coming—if the pics didn't give it away, surely…

I want one! Glass Microwave Corn Popper. You can add butter to the lid so it melts over the popcorn. No oil, no salt.

You'll pop your top. Inspired by the Theodore Low bottle opener from the 1930s, this modern interpretation offers better seamless function and classic styling that will last for generations. $25

Shot glasses that resemble shot gun shells. These come along with a belt that hold two fifths in its holsters. Cowboy up!

Drink clip to keep drinks off your desk and away from spilling on your computer.

Water Carafe With Smart Lid Tip the bottle and the steel lid cracks open just enough to let liquid flow out while holding back ice cubes and lemon wedges.

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HEINEKEN WOBO: A Beer Bottle That Doubles as a Brick

BEER/BRICKS -- Upcycling is a 21st century term, coined by Cradle to Cradle authors William McDonough and Michael Braungart, but the idea of turning waste into useful products came to life brilliantly in 1963 with the Heineken WOBO (world bottle). Envisioned by beer brewer Alfred Heineken and designed by Dutch architect John Habraken, the “brick that holds beer” was ahead of its ecodesign time, letting beer lovers and builders alike drink and design all in one sitting.