hip flask


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hip flask

n
(Cookery) a small metal flask for spirits, etc, often carried in a hip pocket
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hip flask

nfiaschetta
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He had a history of alcohol addiction and, following the accident, a hip flask was found in his clothing."
Hip Flask This 'I Drink & I Know Things' hip flask will let you toast Tyrion's brain any time.
Shortly after the woman boarded the hour-and-a-half-long flight, she began taking shots from a hip flask while demanding the crew serve her Pepsi.
The hosts arrived wearing leather jackets, with Phillip saying: "I'm about to be sick in the helmet." Before the show started Holly, 37, posted a photograph on Instagram of them backstage clutching their award, as Phillip, 56, swigs from a hip flask.
But that's usually after a few swigs out of an auld hip flask he found of his grand aunty Margaret's.
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Offers available while stocks last Gin and tonic palmprint hip flask, PS15, urban outfitters .com Essential packing for an urban safari.
Meanwhile, Miriam (Sarah Lancashire), never far from her hip flask, faces a decision over her career.
It all started with a hip flask basically of tequila.