What's that in your pocket? Your friends will be oh so envious when they find out what you brought to the golf course, ballgame or down to the river. No, it's not a fat wallet -- it's a personal, single serving of your favourite hard liquor! Pocket Shot offer a selection of vodka, tequila, gin and whiskey -- in a stand-up pouch. It's like Capri Sun for grownups! And just like the kids, you can pack it along for lunch. What better way to enjoy your afternoon at the office?
The flask on the fly goes just about anywhere (I didn't say legally) and their flexible casings make them easy to stash against your bod, be it in your pocket, or, if you need to be really sneaky, hidden in your cleavage.
Who knew fun came pocket-sized? Take your "grab and go" personal shots camping, golfing, fishing, to sports events, shopping... even to your high school prom! For those of age, Pocket Shots are ideal for the frugal lush; we all know buying drinks at the club can get ridiculously expensive. No one said you can't be cheap to get sloshed!
Jarrold Bachmann, the California man behind the boozing gadget, says he came up with the idea "after seeing the workers at his farm in South Africa buy simple, crude 25 ml plastic sachets of alcohol to celebrate payday." Bachmann is an outdoorsy guy himself, so he developed a product to suit his lifestyle as well as that of "all demographics, from the older golfer, to the Extreme Sport generation." He goes on, "I wanted to develop something that consumers want and can use anywhere."
With hunting season just around the corner, I know more than a few camo-clad men who would enjoy sipping back one of these while glassing the ridge for big game.
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- By: BiancaSep 1, 2007