It says “douchebag” on it.
Yessss. 5 years ago
I purchased a handsom Personalized Flask from www.Cellphoneflasks.com. 7 years ago
It was probably the nicest way to get a hip flask. I was a groomsman at my oldest sister’s wedding and they gave me this flask with my initials on it filled with like 200 year old rum (The memory may be tainted but I remember it as some of the best rum I’ve ever tasted). They have remained married for nearly eight years; good on ya… 8 years ago
Mine was from that Target set they made for Fathersday and included a cordura case so security thinks it’s a CD player. 8 years ago
I took my new cheap flask out for the first time this last Friday. Drank out of it outside Saito’s as I waited for my late guests. It was enormously satisfying. Also came in handy in the taxi, and at the gallery. It’s a bonding experience to share a drink amongst friends on a fun night out… I think this was definitely a good move. 8 years ago
When you think of a hip flask, what usually comes to mind is the cheap stainless steel crap that you find in head shops. This bothers me. A hip flask has so much potential as a beautiful piece of workmanship, and I’m sure there was a time when they were considered as such. Google searches will only come up with retailers selling expensive versions of the stainlesss steel design. The only place I’ve seen cool designs is on Ebay. Most the ones that catch my eye are vintage and from Germany. So I’m adding this to my list of things to do during my upcoming vacation there.
I want it to be small and simple and well made. I want to have some character, so I’m thinking—used. No emblazoned flaming skulls, nascar logos, confederate flags or tazmanian devils please. 9 years ago