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How to Open a Champagne Bottle with a Knife

Want to learn a cool party trick? 🗡🍾

02/18/2019 9:03 AM
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  • Shlok K.
    02/18/2019 09:17

    kab karega tu ye

  • Nikhil K.
    02/18/2019 09:30

    Vaibhav Khandare

  • Shreya D.
    02/18/2019 10:02

    lessons

  • Aashutosh S.
    02/18/2019 10:17

    bhai seekhle for my next bday 🤣

  • Sonal M.
    02/18/2019 12:37

    😜

  • Jayesh D.
    02/18/2019 13:46

    ye dekh bro ✌️

  • Visha S.
    02/18/2019 14:29

    lol

  • Aamir K.
    02/18/2019 15:35

    Try this 😁

  • Shyam S.
    02/18/2019 15:51

    seekh lo miya kaam ayega

  • Arindam B.
    02/18/2019 17:51

    I dnt want broken pieces in my juice

  • Aviral K.
    02/19/2019 02:28

    Sailam Esther

  • Ashik J.
    02/19/2019 03:33

    ...what the experts know.

  • Brut India
    02/19/2019 10:18

    This wine expert says "sabrage" will not result in glass in your champagne! https://www.winespectator.com/drvinny/show/id/How-To-Saber-Champagne-Open-55515

  • Rachit S.
    02/19/2019 17:36

    Try this and a disaster waiting to happen!

  • Prashant S.
    02/20/2019 12:13

    👌🏻

  • Akshat D.
    02/21/2019 17:25

    agli baar ise yaad rakhna !😂😂

  • Alexander E.
    02/23/2019 07:38

    #1: You‘ll have smallest pieces of glass in your drink that will result in little cuts in your throat. Great for throat inflammations! #2: Flying corks are a security problem. Hospitals have problems with people losing an eye to flying corks EVERY sylvester. #3: Additionally to cork, a small piece pf glass and metal is flying around. What those do to an eye, skin or whatever... I don‘t need to say, right? This practice isn‘t only unhealthy, it leaves your beverage undrinkable. Great!

  • Ilhan T.
    02/23/2019 08:58

    rili layk his aksent

  • Bradley M.
    02/23/2019 14:48

    Instructions unclear. Neighbor’s ex wife now president of North Korea.

  • Adam S.
    02/24/2019 05:32

    elevating our mimosa game 😂