Go play Drunk Hunt with these NES hip flasks

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In life, you don’t need alcohol to have a great time. But it does to enhance that experience. Problem is, smuggling booze into events such as game of 20/20 cricket or your kids primary school play is getting harder and harder. Unless you happen to have one of these sneaky bottles with you.

Created by Matt Cornell of Ink Whiskey LLC, these NES cartridge hip flasks are up on Kickstarter and sport a hidden section to store your tipple of choice in. The Kickstarter goal has been met and smashed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get yourself one of these flasks.

$15 gets you a Drunk hunt flask, $20 a Super Bar-Hop/Metal Beer/CastleVodka/Legend of Drink variant and $50 earns you a booze-smuggler gold version. Just remember to not leave these in a shelf with all your actual NES games, when kids are around.

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Last Updated: November 21, 2013

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