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Who Are You Calling "Brah?"


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The folks at Gizmodo are touting a drink coaster made for holding your beer steady in the sand. The product seems promising, but there are two things horribly wrong with the post and its comments.

1. Don’t use "brah" in a Mainland tech blog. Ever. Trust us on this.

2. Alcohol is not, in fact, legal on the beach in Hawaii. Not saying people don't do it, but it's not legal. (That's what red cups are for.)

 

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