This Game Boy hip flask is available on Etsy from suzidressroom for just $16.59, but hurry there is only one. on a side note I don’t recall the text “Game Boy” being written in Comic Sans…
Here are the details:
This is a brand new stainless steel flask, excellent for gifts (weddings, birthdays, anniversaries), holidays, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, sporting events, bachelor parties and etc.
– Screw Cap with holder
– Made from Stainless Steel
– Lightweight and fit in your pocket
– Waterproof vinyl skin with UV resistance
This flask holds a full 6 oz and is perfect for you and your friends’ night on the town! Instead of buying several shots take our hip flasks along and the money you save after just 1 use will be more than enough to pay for your drinking flask!
Artwork is printed on a durable vinyl material and covered with multiple layers of crystal clear, does not easily tear, waterproof
I was quite impressed when I saw this Globe shaped Liquor Dispenstor especially as it’s only $40, then I had a look at the other stuff they sell on this website, it’s a world of drinking paraphernalia, if only I drank…
Keeping witht he theme though they also have some magnificent replica Globe shaped bars and drink trolleys, I thought these kind of things only existed in movies:
This 6 pack of coasters joins together to look like a Rubiks Cube when not in use, what more do you need to know? Go buy them now and while you are at it get me a set.
They are only £13 WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
You know how you are supposed to turn up to a dinner party with a bottle of wine… Well that’s a little too grown up, so why not make it a little more amusing by adding a pack of these “Corkers” to the wine. They let you turn your wine or champagne cork into a little animal. Just make sure you don’t give them a screw top bottle…
This is a series of posters by Laura C. Corbilla which revolve around the theme of well known video games to promote DrinkAware.co.uk I like the idea but to be honest they look a little too clean to me. I’m no graphic designer but in order to evoke the true spirit (I’m sorry…) of the subject matter the images should have been pixel art rather than vector graphics.
Via Behance Network.