chitownmike: blackhalo: As a no-longer-drinking-person, I still believe a plastic half-pint is the best flask. Plus when you get blackout drunk and lose it, there are fewer regrets.Nobody get passed out drunk off a pint
blackhalo: As a no-longer-drinking-person, I still believe a plastic half-pint is the best flask. Plus when you get blackout drunk and lose it, there are fewer regrets.
Destructor: Bob Falfa: Are there non-concealable flasks?[upload.wikimedia.org image 170x290]
Bennie Crabtree: JFC who cares about the concealment? That should not even be a Thing right now.Nobody is supposed to be outside their homes for socializing. There is still a pandemic.
Dybbuk Schmybbuk: /I suck
Tom Marvolo Bombadil: Destructor: Bob Falfa: Are there non-concealable flasks?[upload.wikimedia.org image 170x290]Challenge accepted![Fark user image image 480x360]
Sin_City_Superhero: Bob Falfa: Are there non-concealable flasks?No. Anything is concealable if it fits in your ass.
TheReject: I actually keep a little bottle with me as a medical aide for my epilepsy. If I feel a seizure coming on I can down it and head home for the rest of the day without worrying about dropping during the trip. The security director was like "it's not standard but it's better than calling 911 when you go down"I literally have an "it's for medical purposes" letter from management.
Bob Falfa: Are there non-concealable flasks?
Beerguy: Once again, I am a trendsetter. I have been using flasks for years, of course I live in Utah, so it's probably just survival instinct.
Nick Nostril: When I was at Ohio State, at football games, we'd use wine botas filled the liquor of our choice. Fit nicely via sling under one's arm, under a sweatshirt or jacket. Of course, this was waaaay before 9/11. Now you get finger farked going into the stadium and would probably serve hard time if they caught you with booze./ If I was rich enough, I could afford tickets and try to find out
pastramithemosterotic: JK8Fan: I suppose I will never get to attend another college football game where the flasks get passed around during the game. Thanks Covid!You shared a flask with strangers before COVID?
Snaptastic: I have an engraved metal flask that my first boyfriend gave me. The problem is that he deeply engraved my full name on it, and I can't think of an effective way to destroy it./he also gave it to me full of rum when I was 17. At that age, all I knew was that it was filled with a nasty-smelling fluid.//he was 16 when that happened.///my dad despised him (understandably) for the whole incident.
Destructor: Dybbuk Schmybbuk: /I suckWe all suck.
wantingout: Coming Soon- The MaskFlask.
JK8Fan: Concealable flasks never went away.
blodyholy: I only got a wee bit in before I closed the tab...missed the 500%+ stat.
Destructor: blodyholy: Also, they never went out of style.+500% increase in sales, as I recall from the article.blodyholy: flasks are for concealing booze in publicYes. Yes they are.It's interesting what conclusions we can draw here.
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