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HOW TO OPEN A BOTTLE DRINK USING A4 PAPER

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HOW TO OPEN A BOTTLE DRINK USING A4 PAPER
« on: March 13, 2015, 12:54:02 AM »



This is very Amazing.
Wanna take a drink? Dont have an opener?
Then this might help...


Just follow the explanation by Mr Morgan

All you need to successfully cr*ck open your beer is one piece of A4 paper.

Mr Morgan who lives in Cardiff, Wales starts off by vertically folding the paper in half.
He then folds the half lengthways again, pressing firmly so the creases of the paper hold.
He keeps folding the paper in half vertically until he ends up with only a small amount of paper left.
Mr Morgan starts by vertically folding a piece of A4 paper in half (left) before he folds it in half again (right)
Mr Morgan starts by vertically folding a piece of A4 paper in half (left) before he folds it in half again (right)



Then he folds the remaining paper lengthways to create a 'V' shape from the paper.
He places the 'V'-shaped paper against the underside of the bottle and applies pressure
And with one swift upwards move he pops the cap of the bottle, successfully releasing the beer from its bottle-topped prison.
The 21-year-old Cardiff University student said he invented the trick when he found himself at a party with bottles of beer and a broken bottle opener.
He told FEMAIL:'I learnt the trick during the summer.'
'I was at a garden party with, tragically, a broken bottle opener. We needed to create some kind of bottle opener, and I thought that strengthening a sheet of paper by folding it could help it act as a lever to pry the top off!'




After folding the paper thrice the forms a 'V' shape with the paper


He then places it on the underside of the bottle (left)  and in one swift move pops the cap (right)



Success! He has managed to open a bottle of beer without a bottle opener

Mr Morgan said his trick will work with all types of paper, down to kitchen roll.
On his account he explained:' Some people are pointing out that the paper looks thicker than standard paper.
'It's just high GSM paper printer that I happen to have at home. This trick still works fine with thinner paper, all the way down to kitchen towel.'







 


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