People are really fascinated by this upside down wine glass
Next time you make a merlot-induced mistake, consider replacing your typical vino-delivery device with the upside down wine glass.
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It looks just like a regular wine glass, but it works exactly backwards; the "base" becomes the rim, what you drink out of, and the bowl, while still holding the wine, is sealed at the bottom, becoming the actual base.
A product description for the glass pushes it as a potential social phenom, saying, "Mystify your friends with your magical floating wine tricks and add a fun twist to your next dinner party."
It is sold by RED5, a UK based website and retails for about 7 British pounds or $10. However, given the social media attention the glass has gotten, it's currently sold out.
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