Monday, July 25, 2011


I think everyone can agree that koozies are essential. And most people (most people with taste, at least) will agree Croakies are great. Why did it take so long for these two items to get together?

Well, some modern-day genius has finally invented the Doozy. Basically, it is a combination of a koozie and Croakies. You put it around you neck, you put your can or bottle in it, and you're good to go.

As ridiculous as this concept is, it really is pretty practical, especially once tailgating season rolls around. While you're grilling, now you don't have to find a place to put down you beer. If you're playing an intense game of cornhole, you have both hands free to help nail your throw. They're available in a variety of colors, and custom printing options are available so you can buy one for everyone in your office. You can get them for cans or for bottles.

A camo one is available that would certainly come in handy in the dove field.

Additionally, a "We Are Alabama" bottle version is available, with all of the proceeds going towards recovery from the tornadoes earlier this year.

The can versions are only $5.99 and the bottle versions are $6.99. These seem like a great price, and they're cheap enough to pick up a couple since your friends will inevitably try to steal them. Your Yankee friends will probably think they're stupid, but those of us from the South will get it.


Elisa M said...

These have been sold outside of Jazz Fest for as long as I can remember. They really do help with dancing while drinking. I still don't have one at the house and am wondering why.

JRS said...

I want to meet the guy that came up with this idea... 'Damn I'm tired of holding this beer. I wish I could hang it from my neck AND keep this puppy cold...wait a second...'

Anonymous said...

Love how all comments are moderated to enchance ATDS image. Bravo!

trip said...

Yes, that's true. The beauty of having my own blog is that I can do whatever the hell I want. This blog isn't a democracy, it's a dictatorship.

If your comment today is in response to me not publishing the anonymous comment yesterday regarding a similar post on another blog, I have three counterpoints.

1. The way the comments yesterday and today were worded, and the fact that they were anonymous, seem to be some sort of passive-aggressive way of saying that I ripped off that other blog. If that was the case, be man enough to not post anonymously.
2. I've never even heard of that other blog, so the comment itself was irrelevant.
3. This is my blog. I can do whatever the hell I want.

Grundl said...


Anonymous said...

You're right Trip. Sorry I've been such a douche. This is your blog. I'll just stick to Sartorially Inclined from now on.

Anonymous said...

+1 vote for reading Sartorially Inclined. Yeah!