18 Sneaky Ways To Drink Booze In Public

Because you’re smooth like that.

1. Hide your beer can inside a soda can.

Here’s how.

2. Rock a Beerbelly.

This man doesn’t look like he’s up to anything!



3. Or, for the ladies, the super-stylin’ WineRack.

4. Fun fact: You can fit an entire bottle of wine in a Starbucks “Trenta” cup!

And red wine kinda looks like iced coffee? Also: Try whiskey.

5. Dunkin’ Donuts cups are also an excellent choice for morning/day drinking.

You rock that hard cider, sister.

Although Styrofoam is a slightly more discreet choice.

6. And honestly, why would you fill this elegant vessel with anything besides alcohol?

7. Sneak vodka into your morning smoothie. They’ll never suspect a thing.

8. Obviously, this also applies to Jamba Juice.

9. The best accessory for your accessory is a wine spigot.

Get it.

10. Go birding as often as possible.

11. Rig up this smart little scenario:

12. Fill a CamelBak with booze to stay “hydrated.”

For serious athletes only.

13. Outfit yourself with a stylish Freedom Flask.

Instant FUPA or your money back!

14. Fill a Diet Coke can with wine, Always Sunny-style.

15. Don’t forget your camera flask.

Make sure to take photos, ‘cause you ain’t gonna remember nothin’.

16. Pack a couple of these little guys in your pockets.

Now in seven exciting varieties!

17. And please, wherever you go, always bring quality reading material.

I don’t know, professor, I guess I just really love chemistry?

18. When in doubt, try these six words:

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