Some people wear their heart on their sleeve, which should probably be considered a health risk, and will invariably stain your best oxford. For something that you can wear just below your sleeve that’s good for your heart, and nausea, and glaucoma, and, um, other stuff, check out the Holie Bowlie.
Created by a couple that turned away from a real estate career in CA for one of activism in WA, Holie's a hidden-in-plain-sight smoking device that wears like a bracelet but unclasps when the clock strikes the minute after 4:19, and's built to help people understand a certain flammable vegetation "isn't scary if you just get all the facts", which you will forget immediately after using this thing. Created entirely from US-sourced materials, Holie's working parts’re comprised of a nickel-plated bowl and mouthpiece that’re joined by a length of high-heat-resistant vinyl tubing, the ends of which’re secured around the wrist via a screwed-on lid, also how Derek Jeter ruined most of his ballcaps. While Holie's innards are what help you alleviate that insufferable ennui, a macrame sheath handles the style side, with versions that rock dark paracord, twisty two-tone hemp, and braided leather, also a chick on vacation in Jamaica who’s about to have a truly unfortunate run-in with Chris Berman.
While Holie offers plenty of Bowlies on their site, they'll also do commissions and have created work that’s ranged from functional jeweled necklaces to dog collars -- eat your heart out, St. Bernard with a boring barrel of whiskey around your neck!