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Do You Own a Flask?
Mar 25 2009 • By
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I do, but mine isn't nearly as cute as this one. Where would I find one like this?
Recession flask is cute and chic at New Museum! http://www.newmuseumstore.org/viewItem.asp?ItemID=10018919&UnitCde=1
When I saw the headline my first thought was a science experiment! LOL
Hmmm.... aren't flasks kind of obvious? If i am at a concert or sporting even I wouldn't want to be walking around drinking out of a flask... Whatever happened to the good old Vodka in the water bottle trick? Lol.
No I don't have one, or really needed one but I sure like them! :)
No, I don't. But that one is darned cute!
No, I'm not an alcohol drinker. I do however carry my Sigg everywhere. :)
I wouldn't carry one, only because I associate them with alcoholics. I guess I figure if I'm going out, I'll pay for the liquor that I'm going to drink. Carrying my own just seems cheap/secretive to me.
I haven't used my flask in quite awhile. But it's great for taking to festivals and such. Another trick I used to do was to fill plastic film containers with rum. They are about the size of a shot, so all we had to do was buy small cokes at the concession stand.
Back in 2005, my sister got married one weekend in June, and my cousin got married the next weekend. I was in both wedding parties. I don't drink much, but I had every intention of carrying a flask with me to both weddings (because as if the two weddings weren't stressful enough, I was also taking a very intense summer grad lit class), but I couldn't do a regular, unspectacular flask, and I never found one interesting enough to spend money (which I didn't have much of) on. And I haven't found myself in a situation where I've wanted to carry one since, though I'm sure that if I'd found one I'd liked, I'd still be using it on the rare occasion.
Is it wrong if I say I don't love flasks as they just don't hold enough? ;-)
I would never use not, nor really have the need to have one, but this one is very cute. I saw a pink jeweled one from Pier ! that was pretty cute as well. It would make a good gift for those who use them.
Okay, this is in no way meant as an attack or even a snarky comment, but I honestly thought the only people who used flasks were alcoholics/drunken frat boys. I guess it just never occured to me that I would want to carry liquor around with me....if I want a drink I just buy one where I am, and if they don't have alcohol or it is over-priced then I just go without.
Nope. That one is pretty though :P
Nah, I find them sort of trashy.
i'm with hatertot-flasks are great to bring to sporting events. the lines are always ridiculous along with the prices! flasking-it is way cheaper than spending over $12 on a drink!
I have a sterling silver one (that holds much more than a shot or two). I love it and take it with me to sporting events. standing in line for just about anything and other places where you need to be illicit with your byobing. I also have a couple of purses that I've crafted false bottoms into, specifically to get past security at baseball and football games. They're also great for camping.
Hey...fiestamama that is my line.
I thought you would have one for each day of the week...
Flasks say "You look like a drunk on the go!" so no, I don't have one.
lol! no need for one at the moment, but if i had the chance to go out a bit more, then i would have one. maybe in the summer when i'll go out more.
Lips that touch liquor will never touch mine....
in college, I used mine at a formal when I was 21 and my then-boyfriend was still 20, and smuggled it in past security in my cleavage :)
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