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The ‘Booze Bangle’, A Stylish Bracelet That Doubles As A Sneaky 100ml Hip Flask

Aren’t you just charmed?






While hip flasks look cool and timeless in their own right, it wouldn’t hurt to tweak their design a little bit to be more fashionable. Okay, and maybe to be a little more discreet, too. A new take on the hip flask design is going viral in and out of Australia. Aptly called the Booze Bangle, the stylish bracelet doubles as a flask that can store up to 100ml of alcohol.

The newest accessory for avid drinkers is being sold by several Australian retailers, such as Cocktail Queen, Gibsons Homewares, and Best in Store, and it’s quite a good fit for ladies who want to keep their day drinking discreet. Moms tired of everyone’s prying eyes can finally have the drink they deserve without fear of being judged.

This bangle holds a secret your friends will totally love.

The Booze Bangle is made of stainless steel.

The bracelet comes in three metallic colors–gold, silver, and rainbow–keeping in mind the fashion-forward lady’s need to coordinate her accessories with the rest of her outfit. The inner diameter measures 2.7 inches (6.8 cm), while the outer diameter is at 3.8 inches (10 cm).

The item is being marketed as the perfect Christmas gift for women…

…who love to drink and stay in style.

The Best in Store website describes the product as:

“A little bit naughty, but oh so much fun. If you fancy a drink why not take it with you and look fabulous at the same time. Just fill your Booze Bangle with your favourite poison & drink it for when you really need it. Like right now.”

It is a bit naught, we’ll have to agree. But simply taking off the screw-top and pouring out your drink when you really need it sounds good to us.

What do you think, ladies? Fancy a drink from a Booze Bangle?


Submarining Is the Cruelest and Most Annoying Dating Trend So Far

Gone are the good old days of dating.




Modern dating has its own challenges. While we enjoy the conveniences of technology and easier communication nowadays, sometimes, we just can't help but wish for the good old days of dating when letter-writing was a thing and kindness was cool. Today, there are just too many unpleasant dating trends that it can be overwhelming to catch up.

You surely have heard of ghosting, which is when someone pulls a disappearing act to end a relationship or pseudo-relationship. There's also cushioning, where someone lines up another love interest before breaking it off with their current lover, stashing, where someone is kept a secret, and breadcrumbing, which is basically leading someone on. Sound awful, don't they?

Now, there's a new dating trend to add to the list: submarining.

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Playboy Founder Hugh Hefner Dies At 91

Rest in peace, Hugh Hefner.

Angela Beltran



The Playboy Enterprises has lost its founder and creator, Hugh Hefner. Popularly known as "Hef," Hefner has peacefully passed away in his mansion at the age of 91.

The iconic founder of Playboy magazine has died from natural causes, as confirmed by the company. He was an American icon who introduced the Playboy Magazine to the world in 1953, which has set off a cultural revolution in the United States.

Hugh Hefner founded the Playboy Magazine more than six decades ago.

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Mom Makes List of Don’ts For Young Daughter, Teaches Self Confidence In New Light

A mother is applauded by Facebook users for sharing her powerful message for her young daughter.

Donna Marie Padua



Parenting is one of the greatest challenges that we will ever face in our life. But as much as we have to teach our little ones with a lot of things they need to learn as they grow up, some lessons are way more important than others.

The world outside can be terrible indeed. As much as parents want to keep their kids always in their sight and protect them from harm, they could not stick with them forever as they also need to learn self-independence so they can one day be ready as adults.

Parents then have the responsibility of preparing their kids so they can survive the challenges served to them by the world. This includes teaching them good manners, empathy, honesty, kindness, cooperation, self-reliance, self-control and cheerfulness.

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