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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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From hip flasks, to slippers, to pink and gold party games, it seems that the high street favourite are selling everything women need to kit out their hen dos - without spending a fortune.
"Some of the more unusual and diverse items are hot-dog staplers, giant hip flasks holding three pints, Donald Trump or Theresa May masks, solar-powered waving pugs and cupcake lip balm."
Core Homes - a company that designs and manufactures sustainable houseware products ranging from hip flasks to kitchen utensils will occupy the entire fourth and fifth floors at 42 West 39th Street in the Garment District.
Men in kilts swigged from hip flasks on their way to Murrayfield to watch Scotland take on France in rugby's 6 Nations Championship.
They had been locked in the Bear Hotel in Cowbridge and other hostelries, where their hip flasks had been refuelled with a flick of the finger for two whole days.
The shelves of P&Co are stocked with quality denims, shirts, tees and others necessities of life, such as a bamboo comb, hardwood iPhone case, leather belts and hip flasks warning of the evils of drink.
"And we've added our own twist with retro bar equipment, newspaper-style, disposable menus and elegant glassware along with refillable cocktail hip flasks."
"Get it down you and swell the coffers with our overpriced ale," seems to be the message, though the elderly annual members I saw swigging from hip flasks at a recent West Country jumps meeting evidently slipped through the net - or perhaps were not searched at all!
Security staff also caught 124 people trying to take alcohol into the buildings, often in hidden hip flasks and disguised bottles.
A SCOTS whisky firm has been forced to withdraw thousands of souvenir hip flasks after misspelling the name of Scotland's bard.
Bradford-based Empire are offering crested wallets, cigarette lighters and hip flasks plus club clocks.