The main thing that worries me about this product is the risk of someone overly inebriated tapping the wrong flask, so to speak.
Is that a flask in your pocket, or are you just thirsty to see me?
(h/t Losers with Socks)
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Either that or people will think you have a prosthetic wiener.
Just ask a former Vol/Duck/Viking about the perils or benefits of the Whizzinator –
Glad to see we’re still making some things here in the USA.
As for accidentally “tapping the wrong flask,” last year’s game in Columbia felt so hot…it did kinda remind me of a desert episode of “Man vs Wild.” Perhaps there are worse things…
They do say it is sterile, after all.
Plus that is definitely unneeded attention while undertaking the process.
I smell an Anthony Weiner endorsement here.
All jokes aside, these things work, and well. No safer way to get some refreshments into a game. Just don’t forget to turn the hose off. Used the floppy flask all through college with great success. Responsibly….. of course.
I preferred the “Bar”noculars myself. Of course, you had to make sure it was totally full so they wouldn’t be given away by sloshing.
Agreed. The floppy flask is legit.
Makes me proud to be an American.
Make that sucker in the People’s Republic and it ships at $11.95. 😉
You can just put it on the tab. What’s the Republic charging in interest these days? If there is anyone working for Congress can let us know that would be great, thanks!
Yeah, but instead of medicinal grade, guaranteed to beat the the TSA, it would be made up of left over saran wrap by 6 year olds.
Do you mean Brooklyn? Or Portland, OR?
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