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Remember a few weeks ago, when the world was a different place? I know, it’s tough. But do you at least remember the Texas woman who won everyone’s hearts after getting banned from Walmart for drinking wine out of a Pringles can while operating an electric scooter?

We’ve got nothing against using a Pringles can as a flask (and even paired Pringles flavors to their ideal grape), but also understand that the vino on the go might benefit from something a little more insulated and less salty. Enter the Pringles wine tumbler.

Coldwater, Mississippi artist Celeste Powers, who prints and markets custom cups as the Cup Artist, shared her Pringles prototype on Instagram early last week. The sweat and leak-proof tumblers are available on Etsy for $29.99 (You can also get one shaped like a wine bottle for $35).

“I thought the Walmart story was hilarious and was inspired to spoof it on a cup,” Powers said. “Where else in America can you go see and buy almost anything than Walmart?”

Like just about everyone else, Powers hadn’t considered drinking wine from a Pringles can in the past. “I saw an improvement needed to be made,” she said.

Thank you for your service, Celeste.