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The DropCatch Magnetic Bottle Opener Is Kind of Like a Drinking Game for Messy People

It’s late. You’re drunk. You’re vaguely aware you should probably stop drinking now, but for some reason, you’re stuck in YOLO-Land while your inner adult secretly cries over the mess he’ll have to pick up in the morning.

No more.

The DropCatch is a magnetic, wall-mounted bottle opener capable of holding between 15 and 52 tiny metal grown-up Legos – you’ll know what I mean when you step on them – with ease.

Each DropCatch is handmade out of walnut, steel and high-grade rare earth magnets and comes in either a “Junior” ($50) or “Senior” ($70) size. Best of all, the Dropcatch Kickstarter only started yesterday and has raised almost $8,000 of its $10,000 goal, which means there’s almost no way you won’t be using one of these bad boys to outdrink your uncles at Christmas.

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Dropcatch Magnetic Bottle Opener: $50 – $70 @ Kickstarter

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Refrigerator Upgrade Magnets

So you weren’t blessed with all the money in the world and you had to settle for that refrigerator that doesn’t allow you to be lazy (water in the front). So what if your friends come over and complain that they have to get tap water with no ice because you don’t have an awesome ice crusher on the front of your cold box. Well guess what, now you can, kinda. Stick the refrigerator upgrade magnet on that ol’ metal food house of yours and you’ll be the talk of the town in no time. Probably because your fridge now serves french fries, frozen yogurt and chicken wings. (Thx Amazon) (Source Incrediblethings)

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Bacon Slice Magnets

I love magnets, especially the collections of words that you can make inappropriate sentences out of. This is one of those products that you would never need but have to have. What we have here are big slices of bacon that you can stick to your refrigerator. I would probably just make a frame out of it, and put a roommates picture in the middle. (Thx IncredibleThings)