I`ve seen this before- I can`t think of the sight but it shows the same people and all the tricks that they use to get free drinks. It also includes the tricks that games at a fair use in order to bring in customers. If I can find the link I will post it, but look for it! There are many better ones out there done by the same people!

there`s another way to score free drinks using geometry. go to school. study nothing but geometry. become the best in the area at geometry. leave uni and discover that there is no practical use for geometry. become a hobo. beg for alcohol.

It`s not really geometry. It`s the prior knowledge that the bear glass` diameter is almost twice its height. It`s more of general knowledge/trivia than geometry.

My high school physics teacher said told us how he got free beer by blowing bubbles. He would bet people that he could predict when they would pop.

He would sit so that there was a window or some light in front of him so he could see the colors on the bubble. The color changes as the bubble thins so he could accurately predict when they would pop.

speedsta, it`s called a CLICHE or STERIOTYPE i happen to know there are practical uses for geometry, i`m not an idiot. learn to take a joke and please don`t call me a dickhead

hahaha well at least the ladies get it easy to get free drinks. all they have to do is come in the bar/pub and just talk to some guy and flirt around and bam you get your free drink, but if that didnt work then maybe useing that type of math will work.

REPOST!!!!!! damn....IAB is fallin off!!!!! the last time they posted this...it came with a link for ALL of the videos.....it was cool.....but this trick blows.....the others were better!!!

"It`s not really geometry. It`s the prior knowledge that the bear glass` diameter is almost twice its height."

Diameter? Do you perhaps mean circumference?

From the clip: "This bet is based on geometry, and even Paul can make a mistake in his calculations."

Ehm, I didn`t see any calculations? If anything it`d be more accurate to say estimation, as he did not calculate any numbers using geometry.

In fact, I doubt this had much of anything to do with geometry, as a cylinder`s circumference is not necessarily always a greater distance in units than the heighth of the cylinder and vice versa, which is the point they seemed to want to make. If anything, this trick was based solely off an optical illusion.

- How to get a free beer using simple geometry.
easy!

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HA!

He would sit so that there was a window or some light in front of him so he could see the colors on the bubble. The color changes as the bubble thins so he could accurately predict when they would pop.

No sound =[

Sorry, drugs on the brain.

Fantastic.

do you really really want to know how?

well...

how about u take one when no one is looking?

genius!

Diameter? Do you perhaps mean circumference?

From the clip: "This bet is based on geometry, and even Paul can make a mistake in his calculations."

Ehm, I didn`t see any calculations? If anything it`d be more accurate to say estimation, as he did not calculate any numbers using geometry.

In fact, I doubt this had much of anything to do with geometry, as a cylinder`s circumference is not necessarily always a greater distance in units than the heighth of the cylinder and vice versa, which is the point they seemed to want to make. If anything, this trick was based solely off an optical illusion.