Maximus Mole pouring the walk water out of his bottle.[1]

A bottle is usually a glass or plastic container, although a bottle can be made of a variety of materials.

Bottles are used for containing a variety of things, such as water (referred to as bottled water), milk, soda, wine, beer, juice and a variety of other drinks. Bottles are also used to contain lotion and oil.

Superman used a large rock to seal the top of a volcano, much like a cork in a bottle.[2]

Maximus Mole filled up a bottle with walk water, a special type of water that was in the Molesville Lagoon, which was a source of freshwater located underground, in the land of Molesville.[3]

When Doctor Hiram Gulliver shrunk the Super Friends members: Superman, Batman, Robin, Aquaman and Wonder Woman down to a small size, he placed them all in what he referred to as shatter-proof bottles. But they were actually jars, not bottles.[4]

There was a carnival game at the Blinken and Bristol Circus that involved throwing balls at bottles in order to knock them over and win a Kewpie Doll.[5]


  1. As seen in The Mysterious Moles.
  2. As mentioned by the narrator in Lava Men.
  3. As seen in The Mysterious Moles.
  4. As seen in Gulliver's Gigantic Goof (1973).
  5. As seen in The Planet-Splitter (1973).

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