7 Flasks That Will Keep Your Beverages Hot Or Cold In Every Season

Seasons and trends may change consistently but some things never do. One of those should be a flask. You may not think much of the flask that sits in your cabinet but whatever be the season, it’s there by your side. Be it on winter mornings you’re running late and carrying hot coffee with you or berry smoothies in summer. If you don’t have one of those in your kitchen, you really should. Here are 7 flasks that will be there for you, in times of cold kombucha or hot chai. The Borosil Flask is a beige polka dotted flask made of food grade, rust-proof stainless steel inside and out. It has a condensation-free exterior and a leak-proof cap that doubles as a cup. The Vaya Drynk Water Bottle has VacuTherm Insulation to keep liquids hot for up to 12 hours and cold for up to 18 hours. It also has an anti-slip coaster base and spout lid with a magnetic latch. The InstaCuppa Travel Mug has double walled vacuum insulation to keep liquids hot or cold. It is spill-proof, leak-proof and includes a silicon grip on top. The Traniac Flask can keep your beverages hot or cold, whatever your preference. It also has a wide mouth with a rubber handle grip on top. Abs 3d Filament The...

Disapproving mother-in-law convinces guests to wear hoodies and baseball caps to son’s wedding

Weddings are a time families get together to celebrate the ultimate binding together of love and romance. A Reddit user has revealed how her aunt ruined her cousin’s wedding after she told everyone to come in casual wear – which prompted her to turn up in a “hoodie and jean shorts”.  Posting on the subreddit Am I The **hole? (AITA), reddit user DDR238 told people about the time she attended her cousin’s wedding, only to find out that her auntie had tricked them into believing it was “casual attire”. “In the months leading up to the wedding, my aunt (cousin’s mother) griped about how unconventional the wedding was going to be,” she began. She was happy for the couple of course but she didn’t like that the wedding wasn’t going to be in a church or banquet hall. The wedding was going to be a small and intimate affair in a scenic national park and then the reception was going to be in a nice rental house in the woods. I thought it sounded cool and unique but my aunt hated the idea of it. She didn’t tell the couple though. Just complained about it to us behind their backs. The reddit user and family members travelled 600 miles to the wedding and spent ho...