December 5, 2007

40 Cozy for Malt Liquor is a Doozy

40cozy-bandana.jpgWhen we got out of college, we had a friend who had a dream. That dream was to create a beer cozy, or what we called a "coozie," that was big enough to hold a 40oz beer, and he wanted to call it a "Doozy." Looks like someone beat him to that dream, if 40Cozy.com is any evidence. They make beer cozies in multiple sizes and patterns, to keep your 40 ouncer from being the temperature of bathwater when you finish it. We still think our name is better, though.

Not that we ever needed that...ask our Editor in Chief about the time he drank two forties during a single episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. We don't recommend that rate of speed, however, unless you want to redecorate the bathroom with the contents of your stomach.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at December 5, 2007 6:58 AM
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This is bad ass! One of my friends had this idea too- I guess anyone who comes up with this is more likely to just go buy some more 40's than invest in their dream. Good thing this koozie doesn't come in gang colors, you wouldn't want anybody getting the wrong idea.


Posted by: Filthy Phil at December 6, 2007 11:56 AM
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