flask  n : Also called hip flask a small flattened container of glass or metal designed to be carried in a pocket, esp for whiskey. I remember my first flask. It was zebra print (in neutral tones of course) and filled to the brim with coconut or pineapple rum (at the time; oh how things have changed!). I’m pretty sure it came from Claire’s Accessories, which puts a nice dent in its badass factor, but then again, it was zebra print. Over the years...
I'm currently sitting in my bed wearing a raggedy red tshirt and some skeezy pajama shorts,  unshowered, wishing I could take a nap because my eyes feel so heavy and sandy from lack of sleep (I went to the Flaming Lips concert last night and had to be up for work at 7), trying to think of an idea for this article when all I really can think of is how my foray into natural deodorant use isn't really...
As a Whiskey Woman, I feel it is our duty to be able to craft a delicious Old Fashioned. I’m talking the kind of drink that would make Don Draper swoon. The best part? It’s easy! Although the flavors are far from basic, the recipe is rooted in the first definition of a cocktail, a most simple concoction. In 1806, The Balance, and Columbian Repository made the first printed mention of the phrase, “cock-tail.” It’s hard to believe that what...

bou·le·vard·ier : noun ˌ bu̇-lə-ˌvär-ˈdyā, ˌbü-, -ˈdir Definition of BOULEVARDIER:  a frequenter of the Parisian boulevards; a person who frequents the most fashionable Parisian locales. broadly : man-about-town Origin of BOULEVARDIER: French, from boulevard First Known Use: 1871  
"I'm not a big disco guy. But I am a big whiskey guy." -Jon Bon Jovi, kind of  

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