Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Don’t Suck
The Frisky has teamed up with Thrillist, the daily men’s lifestyle and city guide, to bring you a weekly list of things for the guys in your life. Here’s “Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Don’t Suck”.
Gear: EP Martin Watches
Each “Sahara” chronograph claims a different inspiration: a WWII bombing raid, the USSR’s pioneering use of titanium, the world’s premier Ducati dealership, and some nut who ran across the Sahara to support H20 Africa, which provides that continent clean water (every drop of which was guzzled by some nut who ran across the Sahara). A percentage of each purchase goes to H20 Africa, so that guy can stop running. [EPMartinUSA]
Pop in the URL of any smut/profanity-laced/faces of death-type site you’re planning on emailing around, and get a stealthily shortened link to a page that forces people to click a button, basically saying, “I’ve made certain no one’s watching, and am now ready to see some F’n boobs crush a dude on a motorcycle.” [NSFW.in]
Sneaky Drinks: Canoflauge
Just in time for the magical drinking-beer-outside time of year, slap these reusable vinyl wraps (designed to mimic soft drinks) on your brew and you can get incog-loaded just about anywhere…at least until Timmy Jones poses a Dipsy Doodles trade you can’t refuse. [PrankPlace.com]
Gear: Stussy Deluxe Web Shop
The just-launched e-store offers Stussy staples, but also classier cut-and-sew shirts, sweaters/hoodies, light jackets, and pants/shorts. Meanwhile, look for the Cross Colours Deluxe shop in the back of a Goodwill. [StussyDeluxe.com]
Enlightening Stats: Singles Map
Based on an ’06 Census Bureau study, this map displays the number of unattached men v. unattached women in major metro areas. Hats off to you, NY, Northern VA, Memphis, and Hot ‘Lanta. Middle finger to Dallas, Phoenix, and anywhere on the Left Coast, especially LA — which is surprising, since in Orange County, even the “Housewives” are divorced. [CreativeClass.com]
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