The humble Jello shot can be transformed into a fanciful blob of wonder that impresses your social network if you're willing to learn the tricks of the trade. 

Ah, the old Jello shot: a paltry offering comprised of an ounce of food coloring, a plantation's worth of sugar and some some booze that's so bottom shelf it's halfway to China. All this in a pathetically pedestrian paper cup modeled after the ones you pee in for drug testing at one of corporate America's fine subsidiaries.

It ain't a pretty sight, taste or general experience, but thanks to this video we found, it doesn't have to be that way any longer. Jello shots, it seems, can be fanciful blobs of wonder if you're willing to learn the tricks of the trade.  If you do them right, the little wobblers can be sumptuous delicacies that jiggle delightfully with every step of your thunder thighs before getting you so drunk, you forget to pay your rent for 14 years. Exactly what we're looking for.

In the video, you'll learn how to make a clementine aperol sprtiz Jello shot, which, for the uninitiated, is basically like the James Bond of Jello shots. The ones you made for your frat party in 2009 were Kevin Parker in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry. These are Daniel Craig in James Bond Movie We Can't Remember the Name of But You Liked It So Think of That One Now.

Watch below, and thank us later. Or, now.