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Regis and Kelly Try Out Flip Flop Flask

Just in time for beach and boating season, Reef has introduced the flip flop flask. For about $40, you can hide a few shots of booze in your shoe. We're thinking this is perfect for smuggling a little pick-me-up to the beach or on a boat. Heck, we might even fill them with the extra shampoo that won't fit into those teeny little airplane-travel bottles.

We're totally wanting to try a pair, especially after watching Regis and Kelly play around with them. By the way Kelly, exactly what medication are you on, anyway?

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