How to put alcohol in a sealed water bottle

Norm Stansfield

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Why does it have to be sealed? Who's gonna check to make sure my water bottles are sealed?
 

Jon the Cop

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I've carried a concealed gun into just about every major sporting event I can think of other than the super bowl. I can't imagine it's very hard to sneak in liquor.
 

GlennathonMcD

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Also useful for church, and ur kid's school play. ahhh, alcoholism hahaha
 

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if it takes 3 minutes to do all that its to much work
This. That is a hell of a lot of work to sneak booze into a cruise where if you arent getting one of those unlimited passes you are a cheap fuck.
 

LiLJimmysHog

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What a wonderful ask heloise hint. Fuckin cheapskate.
 

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This. That is a hell of a lot of work to sneak booze into a cruise where if you arent getting one of those unlimited passes you are a cheap fuck.
I haven't been on a cruise yet that offers unlimited alcohol passes. The drink passes cover soda and even energy drinks are extra.

In many cases, booze sales are the difference between a profit and loss for a voyage, which is where the 'ol Listetene bottle comes into play
 

WhiteHonkyDevil

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which is where the 'ol Listetene bottle comes into play
Taught my girl how to smuggle rum onto a cruise ship in San Jaun a couple months ago. Carnival makes it even easier now - before leaving the ship at a port, they offer water bottle shoulder bags for 5 bucks. They're fairly tough, dark blue, and have a drawstring. Nobody bothered to check our water when we got back on board.

Also, they allow you to bring two bottles on wine. Fill with scotch and recork before cruise for extra happy fun.
 

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For those of you that have never been on a cruise ship, the necessity to smuggle alcohol onboard the ship is because of the price of drinks. Case in point. My buddy Jeff paid $1200 for a 7 day cruise and had a $1500 bar tab when the cruise ended. Yes, he is a drunk and an easy mark for cunts asking him to buy them a drink.
 

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"Pour the boiling water into the glass bowl...."

Um, unless it is Pyrex, that could be bad. And why does he specifically say "glass" bowl? Wouldn't a metal one or whatever work just as well?

As for being a cheapskate, one six pack of 20 oz. water bottles filled with vodka or rum is worth 60 drinks. He said you can bring 12 bottles, so we are talking 120 drinks. Now multiply that by $6 per drink and you have $720 worth of drinks for about $40. A $680 profit is pretty fucking large unless you are a real estate tycoon.....
 

LiLJimmysHog

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I can't wait for the follow up video. "How to sneak your own french fries into Burger King"
 

Norm Stansfield

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"Pour the boiling water into the glass bowl...."

Um, unless it is Pyrex, that could be bad. And why does he specifically say "glass" bowl? Wouldn't a metal one or whatever work just as well?

As for being a cheapskate, one six pack of 20 oz. water bottles filled with vodka or rum is worth 60 drinks. He said you can bring 12 bottles, so we are talking 120 drinks. Now multiply that by $6 per drink and you have $720 worth of drinks for about $40
Spending the whole trip hiding out in your room drinking your store-bought alcohol (exactly like you could've done at home, except less comfortable): priceless.
 

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Spending the whole trip hiding out in your room drinking your store-bought alcohol (exactly like you could've done at home, except less comfortable): priceless.
Um, if I was a betting man (I am), I would say he just brings one with him to the bar, and uses the unlimited soft drink cup to make cocktails. Just a guess. But maybe you are right and he just sits in his cabin.