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Game Changers: A Beer Koozie Made Out Of Pizza

This is the pizza beer koozie made by Youtuber the Vulgar Chef (aka Kyle aka Fangtooth aka the exact kind of person you'd expect to bake a pizza beer koozie). He includes video instructions for how to make your own. Interesting, but who wants a koozie that warms your beer and cools your pizza? Nobody wants a hot beer or a cold pizza. I'm lying, I want both of those things all the time.
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