Secret Hoodie Stash




About: I am a psyconaut. Many people confuse a "psyconaut" to be anyone who does drugs, but in fact, many psyconauts are against drugs, and use alternative methods to explore their mind. Some use intense meditation...

And yet Another nearly-impossible-to-notice stash. This stash uses the sleeve of your hoodie (or shirt). I made this when I remembered a story that a pothead told me:"This one time, I had an ounce and I hid it in here, *he fingers his sleeve stash* and I forgot about it for like a week, and one day I was messing with my sleeve and I was like "hey, what's in there?" and then I found it! I was like YES!!! thank god!" (hey I never said it was an entertaining story...)


Step 1: Materials

1. Hoodie (or shirt)
2. Knife
3. Glue (optional)

Step 2: Procedure

1. Cut a hloe in the hoodie. It must be big enough to put things in, but small enough for the not to fall out.

2. (optional step) Glue the edges to prevent unraveling.

Step 3: To Stash, or Not to Stash, That Is the Question

To Stash

This stash will hide anything flexible (like maybe a baggie ;)) or small enough (a lighter, perhaps).

Not To Stash

Test out items to be stashed before leaving your house. Nothing screams "I'm hiding something" like a big bulge in your sleeve.



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    17 Discussions


    8 years ago on Step 2

    You should cut it inside the sleeve more so that it wont fall out as easy/ be more viible

    The MolluskEvesneon

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    No just work the object away from the hole. Possibly to the other side of your sleeve. This will make it so that the object never falls out in the first place.

    Heh, I used to do this all the time as a kid. Stored stuff like spare change, notes, secret messages. Never thought it was anything special, just thought everybody knew about it.

    I had a thing for sweatshirts as a kid...

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    oh noes! i hope we don't go stashing inappropriate things when going through aiports now! =P

    1 reply
    The MolluskObito

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    No, but i don't think we should have to. Airport security needs toremove their stick. Its been in far too long