Pure genius Instructables user mikeasaurus has created step-by-step instructions detailing how to create a Baby Flask, a doll baby in a chest-mounted baby carrier you can fill with booze. A lot of booze too. Goodbye, hip flask, hello, Baby Flask!
Weapons and booze: as a general rule, they don’t mix well together. But did that stop Anvirtue from producing these hip flask nunchucks? No, it did not. I can already feel the welt on my leg swelling because I tried showing off my amateur nunchuck skills after emptying both flasks down my gullet.
If you’re trying to be stealthy about your drinking, you might want to try one of those flasks that look like other things. You might be able to hide your need to imbibe. Although I’m not sure that this popsicle flask is the way to go.
Back in the NES days, the game cartridges were typically all grey. One of the cool things about The Legend of Zelda was that the cartridge was golden and shiny. If you ever played that game, you will immediately recognize this Zelda Hydration Cartridge.
Way back in 2013, we talked a bit about some gaming cartridge flasks that were on Kickstarter seeking the money to come to market. Like many projects on Kickstarter, we promptly stopped following it once it raised the money it needed.
Remember that episode of Archer where he has the world’s deadliest toxin in a pen? The big catch there was that the cap might slip off the pen “for like no reason.” If you are a high functioning alcoholic like Sterling Archer, you might need a flask to take your damnation with you everywhere.
It’s the eve of the launch of the PS4 and one week before the Xbox One’s arrival, and I just realized something. We pay $60 for video games these days, and they all are packaged in the same old boring round discs.
We all could use a little nip of booze now and then. Life is stressful. But you want to drink stealthily. That means hiding your flask so it doesn’t look like you are drinking. This awesome Nerdtendo Gamebooze should do the trick.
Whether you need to stay hydrated or you’re just a drunk, you should have a flask. But if you find that carrying one is inconvenient, then you might want to wear one instead. We have the FlaskTie for the guys, and now the Flask Bangle for the ladies.
I get thirsty a lot but hate having to leave my desk just to get a glass of water. So I’ve resorted to keeping a small jug by my desk instead. If you don’t have space on your desk for a jug or pitcher – and happen to be a guy – then you’re in luck, because the FlaskTie is now available.
R2-D2 is one versatile maintenance droid. He can hack security systems, distract stormtroopers, project holographic messages from princesses in need, and even navigate swamps. But did you know he also serves booze?
Hmmm. Would you rather be caught drinking on the job, or sneaking sensitive company data out of the office? Now you don’t have to choose, thanks to this new portable hard drive that looks just like a hip flask.