Sometime books make great gifts, like the driving manual for a Jaguar F-Type with accompanying vehicle. But most of the time, book gifts are boring and should be avoided.
If it’s a book you’re certain he wants, then maybe. But if it’s a book you just think he’ll like, there are cheaper ways to prop up a table. It’s a celebration, not a summer reading list.
We’ve concocted a brilliant ruse that plays on humanity’s widespread discomfort with the extremely longform written word. The Secret Stash Folding Knife takes him from dustjacket disappointment to actual lived adventures with the simple turn of a page.
We’ve been told to judge a book not by its cover, but by the contents of its pages. Well, these pages conceal a Kershaw folding knife, so it’s basically an instant literary classic.
Housed within the pages itself is a sleek 3.25” SpeedSafe Kershaw Freefall folding knife. This knife features a flipper, liner lock, and lanyard loop and flaunts a modified tanto, hollow-ground stainless steel blade.
Best of all, the book can be re-used as a “security-by-obscurity” safety-deposit book.
To up the outrage factor before the big reveal, we’ve created some phoney dust jackets that will raise far more questions than answers. Choose which of these three terrible books he’ll have to awkwardly pretend to enjoy receiving:
And if he has concerns about displaying any of these on his bookshelf, we’ve printed Plan B directly onto the spine of the book. He can remove the dust jacket and hide in plain sight the inconspicuous book, Biting Your Neighbor’s Horse: and other confusing euphemisms.
The Secret Stash Folding Knife is an unforgettable gift of surprise and safekeeping.
In an awesome cardboard box (NOT A CRATE). Corrugated C Flute cardboard with regular slotted style...told you it was awesome!