Twist ‘n Shot Jello Shot Glasses

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“Twist ‘n Shot”* cups are designed to make it easier to remove Jello from a cup when making shots. A small lip of plastic rests inside, dislodging the gelatin when turned. You can get a twenty pack for $14 plus shipping, or buy in lots of 60 or 200. (Let’s call those the “Frat Packs.”)

Product Page [TwistNShot.com via Thrillist]

* Does anyone else go bonkers when there is no trailing apostrophe on abbreviated “and”?

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6 Responses to Twist ‘n Shot Jello Shot Glasses

  1. krylon says:

    The very fact that these are re-usable sells it for me; clawing the shots out of the bottom of a dentist-sized dixie cup was what always killed it for me.

    Also: I imagine much livelier party games with rows of little jello obelisks on baking sheets and hands held behind backs.

  2. Shot Glasses says:

    Brilliant idea! I’m sure these will also make for good conversation, along with getting plastered without getting sticky fingers.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The lack of a trailing apostrophe makes me curl up in a ball on the floor, twitching.

  4. Anonymous says:

    How annoying… nowhere on the website does it actually specify the volume of these cups. I’d guess 3 oz, but you’d think they would actually state this somewhere.

  5. Anonymous says:

    They actually hold 2 oz. – I’m using a batch of them right now.

  6. Anonymous says:

    No trailing italics make Web site go craaaazay!

    Also, my captcha isn’t loading after I preview. D:

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