FoodThis Inflatable ShotSki Pool Float Is 6 Feet Long And Comes With Four Shot Glasses
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As far as pool floats go, we're covered on the. But our drinks? They need a resting place, too. And since nothing screams summer quite like a 6-foot inflatable ShotSki float, FUNBOY is selling one for all your shot-taking needs.
In case you're somehow unaware, let me explain what exactly a ShotSki is. It's a ski (yes, like the kind used in water and winter sports) with a line-up of shot glasses. It's used for, you guessed it, taking group shots. Quite the bonding activity, huh? But in comparison to the traditional version, which is a legit ski, this one's inflatable.
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"The world's first and only inflatable Shotski takes go-anywhere FUN to the next level," the site description reads. "The FUNBOY ShotSki provides a flexible, superior shot-taking experience with your friends vs. rigid shotskis which are prone to spills and broken glasses."
They're not wrong. It not only makes the activity pool-friendly, but also a whole lot more seamless. According to the brand, the ShotSki also comes equipped with "precision cut shot glass holders" and your own custom FUNBOY shot glasses.
Because this company has got its priorities right (i.e. focused on the booze), they're also selling a whole host of floating drink holders. Which is kind of essential considering you'll need a chaser close by. The Palm fits ice and your fav bottle (for shot refilling, no doubt), and the Rainbow Unicorn will keep your spiked seltzer at an arm's length.
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