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Boobie Koozies

Posted by Dave On September - 23 - 2010

Bobble Babes Boobie koozieUntil the weather starts getting colder, we all want to keep our cans and bottles cold while tailgating. The standard bottle and can koozies are pretty much everywhere in the parking lot. Most of them are sporting the colors and logo of the team you support. But what if there was a can or bottle koozie out there that could show your support for (and I think I am speaking for the men out there) something we all can agree on? Boobs. Introducing Bobble Babes can and bottle koozies.

Taking a look at the accompanying photo, Bobble Babes koozies are exactly what they look like. A can or bottle koozie with a statuesque young lady whose lady parts are silicone and bounce on small springs. Look people, they aren’t inventing the wheel or perfecting fire here. They’re motto is “Give her a wiggle and watch them jiggle” and that is exactly what they do. For some visual proof, check out the video demonstration.

I was sent a sample of these and tested them out personally, you know, for scientific reasons and to maintain my journalistic credibility. The koozies keep your drink cold and the girl on the front makes for an interesting conversation piece. So if you are looking to spice up your tailgating kit and maybe even as a gag gift for one of your tailgating buddies, this might be right up your alley.

Bobble Babes koozies come in sizes to fit aluminum cans, glass bottles, they even have caps and hats, golf club covers and Bobble Babes figurine statues. Those might replace that worn out Hula Girl you’ve had on your dashboard for years. Want a different type? They offer camouflage bikini top babes and when Christmas rolls around, try a Bobble Babe with jingle bells. Not only can your watch them wiggle, you’ll also get to hear that jingle.

Can koozies start at $6.99 a piece and bottle koozies are $7.99 per unit. Three-packs are also available for $20.97 for the bottle koozies and $17.97 for the can koozies. If you want to know how much hats, caps and golf club covers cost, you’ll have to visit their website to find out. I am a bit distracted at the moment as I drink my Diet Coke.

To learn more about Bobble Babes Boobie Koozies, visit their website: BobbleBabes.com

Weekend Wrap #77: Phoenix Suns Dancers Audition Edition

Posted by Dave On August - 24 - 2009

Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall of a cheerleader tryout? Well, thanks to the wonderful world of web cams you can. Here is a 10 minute peek in at the Phoenix Suns Dancers Audition. I found it strangely fascinating. A special thanks to PhilKnowsBest.com for bringing this to my attention.

Cover Your Bass

Mid-Week Eye Candy Wrapper #51: Danielle Lloyd Edition

Posted by Dave On June - 4 - 2009

I know what you are thinking. Wait, that girl is not out tailgating. This is true but she is drinking a beer. And this is not just any girl. This is Danielle Lloyd. She’s one of Britain’s hottest models and she apparently likes beer. Hey, I like beer! Okay, that is where the comparisons stop. This week’s links follow the eye candy.

(Photo of Danielle Lloyd courtesy of Gunaxin)

Cover Your Bass

Not a lot to say this week other than be safe and have a good St. Patrick’s Day coming up. Although it is not a holiday where a lot of people will be out tailgating, it sure will feel like you were at a tailgate party. So in light of that, enjoy this lovely lass who may or may not be full blooded Irish. Upon second glance, I don’t think we really care what nationality she claims to be… Links following the photo.

Irish hottie on St. Patrick's Day

(Photo courtesy of Co-Ed Magazine)


Weekend Wrap #49: One For The Thumb Edition

Posted by Dave On February - 1 - 2009

news_wrap.jpgI’ll admit it. I watched Super Bowl XLIII on TV like the majority of you all. I also caught some of the pre-game festivities on NBC today which also included the cameras capturing what the NFL labeled “Tailgate 2009”. As the cameras panned in and out of the band Journey, complete with replacement lead singer, belting out “Don’t Stop Believing”, I noticed that what was going in no way resembled a tailgate. (NFLJuice.com has a screen shot of this pathetic “tailgate”.)

It looked like a beer garden, complete with beers and food at exorbitant prices I am sure, and a band playing on stage. No grills. No pop-up tents. No one was sitting on a pick-up truck tailgate. Yet the NFL still has the balls to call that “Tailgate 2009”? I know I fought this fight last year but come on. Showing a concert in the middle of picnic tables is not tailgating in my opinion. And to try and promote that as tailgating is deplorable to those that actually tailgate.

The only “tailgating” going on in Tampa today was at Super Gate II, which thanks to the NFL, was three miles away from Raymond James Stadium. Don’t get me wrong, I love Jay and Karen DiEugenio who are the ones who primarily organized this thing, but tailgating three miles away from an event is not really tailgating in my book either. Call me a traditionalist but unless you have a grill and are preparing your own food in the same parking lot as the game or concert, it is not “tailgating”. Go ahead and find a new word to describe those other forms of having fun before the game but please do not taint the term tailgating by using it incorrectly. Call it Pre-Partying or something, just not tailgating. Okay, enough venting, how about some links….





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