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SKULL ICE CUBE MOLD

Chill your favorite whiskey to the bone with this cool and morbid Skull Ice Cube Mold. All you need to do is fill the plastic mold with water and freeze, then split it open to remove the skull ice cube. You can buy these spooky cubes for $12 each from amazon.



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Worn & Wound
HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY | Image

HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

This great guide from Matt Kepnes shows you some tips on how you can make great trips with not a lot of cash around. Matt is very experienced on the subject, he´s the award wining author of the travel blog nomadicmatt.com, and also a travel writer for great publications around the world, such as the NYTimes, The Guardian, TIME or National Geographic. In this book he uses his experience by providing some tricks on how to arrange  cheap accommodation, which credi...
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BUSHCRAFT 101

Survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, has released an indispensable guide for your outdoor travels - Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival. The valuable guide includes 10 chapters covering the basics of Bushcraft and skills that are necessary for survival, such as manufacturing needed tools and supplies, collecting and cooking food, protecting yourself from the elements, and what to pack in your survival kit to truly experience the beauty and ...
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UNDERWOOD WINE IN A CAN

What started of by being a promotional product by Oregon-based winemakers Union Wine, the Underwood Wine in a Can will actually be making its way to shelves soon. The company decided to "beerify” wine and make it more accessible, easy to take to places other wines dare not travel, also making it more approachable and less pretenseless, with a "pinkies down" philosophy. Canning wine is also more eco-friendly and cost-efficient. All this of course without sacrificing ...
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