Posts Tagged ‘shotglass’
Here’s another shot glass that my parents got for Cheri and I on one of their many visits to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This shot glass features a wide assortment of items that epitomize South Carolinian culture–including, but not limited to, sailboats, seagulls, and lighthouses. The design on this glass was so widespread that I took two pictures of it to capture it all.
In the middle of the glass there is the South Carolina state flag. For the longest time I’ve seen people with bumper stickers with that palmetto and crescent moon design and never knew what it meant. I always thought it was something Muslim related, but I guess I was wrong. Its just the SC state flag.
Back in college, when Cheri and I started collecting shot glasses (its ironic since we don’t really drink), our friend Hilary got us this shot glass on a trip to Canada.
Its a pretty simple design, the maple leaf (the official leaf of Canada) with a smiley face. We have another shot glass from Vancouver that also has the maple leaf on it. I’m guessing that is a motif among Canadian novelty shot glasses.
This here is a shot glass that my father-in-law, Frenchie, got Cheri and I when he went to Kentucky. He got this for us a few years ago. I think he went to Kentucky to visit a friend who was in the hospital.
If you can’t tell, this shot glass is from the Natural Bridge State Park in Kentucky. He also had taken some good pictures of the bridge (none of which I have with me though). Its definitely something to check out next time you’re in Kentucky.
This is a shot glass from Thorny’s Steakhouse and Saloon. I’m not quite sure where this is exactly. I think it is somewhere in Myrtle Beach, SC. I say this because my parents got this shot glass for us on one of their vacations down to Myrtle Beach.
UPDATE: I found the website for Thorny’s. And I was right, its some restaurant in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Here’s a picture of our Cheers shot glass that my brother-in-law, Robert, got Cheri and I. He got it for us a few years ago on one of his trips to Boston. He felt compelled to visit the Cheers in Boston, thus getting us this shot glass in the process.
This is probably one of my favorite shot glasses. I think its real cool to have the bar stool as a part of the glass. Its pretty neat because the legs are cut / angled so that the feet of the stool sit on your surface evenly.