One glorious creation found on Facebook Marketplace combines two of the great Kiwi pastimes: Beer pong and baking!
One Aucklander has listed a Beer Pong table on the buy-and-sell forum, complete with functioning lights! And that’s not all, the glass table-top reveals that the inside is filled with (presumably) empty nitrous oxide canisters or 'nangs', as the kids call them.
Nangs are exclusively 100% used purely for baking and baking only. Hence the product’s description: “A lot of baking went into the creation of this table.”
If you’re a big fan of baking and are in dire need of a beer-pong table, you can snag this piece of work for $100. Which is a sizeable markdown from the original listed price of $150. Did someone say bargain?
Not only did the creator of this table manage to keep all the whippets after baking seshes, but they also found a way to recycle the empty canisters into something fun, functional and artsy. Now that's how you #recycle.
All the beer pong enthusiasts out there know how clutch the fairy lights would come in handy. Especially for those post-kickons, pre-bedtime pong matches that truly test your mettle. The games where the one working fluorescent light in your flat garage would be way too harsh on the ol’ noggin. Boom, chuck those fairy lights on and commence the pong.
The glass surface is absolutely top-tier for beer-pong games as well. We all know a wooden surface can lead to little divots that can send a crucial bounce shot awry.
But how about the absolute scenes that would ensue if the table were to fall, breaking the glass and sending those glorious nangs rolling everywhere? Would be so admin to clean but God would it be funny.
Again, it’s still up for sale, so if it’s calling your name, why not give it a go?