Tuesday, July 10, 2007

LIMITED EDITION, ERIC NEVADA REPLICA FLASK



In addition to being one of the greatest whalers in history, Eric Nevada was also a prolific drinker. He could drink for months at a time and never get sick or hungover. Needless to say, he never lost a drinking contest. His intake was astounding. It’s rumored he once challenged the Hoover Dam to a drinking contest…and won. After Eric toured the Bushmill distillery in Ireland, there wasn’t a drop of whiskey left in a single oak cask. It was five years before the world would see a drop of Irish whiskey again.

Big cocks require big flasks. Whalecock skateboards is proud to present an authentic replica of the giant, stainless steel flask Eric used to carry in his back pocket. It holds up to a gallon of your favorite beverage. A mere shot for Eric, but certainly more than enough for you and your friends. It comes embossed with the famous Whalecock W logo, and can be monogrammed as well. $198.00

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

something tells me I'm not going to be able to sneak this into the Sadie Hawkins dance

John M. said...

This is an awesome blog. I must read further to see if there's a Morrissey board available. Thanks!

Cap'n Awesome said...

Stop biting my fakie-styles, beeyotch!

Anonymous said...

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