How To: Make Cheese Shot Glasses For Wine

December 30, 2016


In 'How Can I Make All My New Year's Eve Guests Puke On My Carpet' news, this is a short video from PopSugar detailing how to make cheese shot glasses for drinking wine. After all, wine and cheese do go together like peanut butter and jelly, just for fancy people. It basically involves melting shredded cheddar cheese (the fanciest of all cheeses), then filling shot glass molds with it and waiting until it hardens (SHOCKING PROTIP: you can also make shot glasses out of pretty much anything else that will melt and harden the same way). That's pretty nasty. Besides, who takes shots of wine anyways? I mean, besides my aunt and her friends when they're playing power hour. I didn't even last 30 minutes with those broads before I passed out and they drew penises on my face.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Lydia, who agrees the best shot glasses aren't shot glasses at all, they're tumblers. Let's get crunk.

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