Tuesday, August 28, 2012

1 THING YOU CAN MAKE FROM A DEAD OSTRICH.


Holds around 7 oz.
 of booze
Comes with keychain ring
Only $39.99

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18 comments:

  1. You'd think it would be bigger coming from the world's largest bird...

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  2. And how much would it cost for shoes and a matching purse? You know....a purse big enough to hold a bottle of Jack.

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  3. I had a pair of ostrich skin boots one time...so that's TWO things you can make!!

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  4. Ostriches are pretty big, I wonder how many of these one ostrich can make.

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  5. I don't know if I want one of these or not, I suppose I do actually haha.

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  6. What is this. Is there a benefit?

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  7. the last time I saw anything like this it was made out of kangaroo scrotum :(

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  8. one should never be without their bozze

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  9. I don't drink, but I suppose I could just store a bit of tea in there.

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  10. They are so small that you'd need a key chain full of key chain flasks...

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  11. Is that a real ostrich skin or a fake one. I thought using animal skin for any purposes is banned.

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    Estetik

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  13. interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you
    Yüz Germe

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  14. Hey Jesse, are you dead? There are people who are missing you, or so I've heard. (I do too, within reason.) If you have a fatal disease,
    please ignore. We understand.
    Cheers!

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    Estetik

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