Videogame nostalgia and drinking have finally met. What's that? They've been together literally all the time for the last 20 years? Oh, forget I said anything, then.
Seriously, though—some Portlanders are making NES Cartridge flasks—those are NES Cartridge replicas that you can now drink out of, with clever alcohol-themed labels.
One of the big selling points of this product, on their Kickstarter page, is that the flasks are "concealable," which I think is amazing. Isn't it so annoying when you are trying to have a drink somewhere where alcohol is not allowed, but 25-old videogame cartridges are not at all out of place? I can see that being useful in situations like flea markets, videogame conventions, and time-traveling back to 1987 to sell liquor to minors.
Seriously, though, the flasks are cute, I'm proud of Portland for making them, and I hope you enjoy drinking alcohol out of a tiny plastic box.