Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Your Dude Is Totally Going To Want
Stumped for a gift for your guy that isn’t GTA4 or the latest 10-blade razor? Have no fear! The Frisky has teamed up with Thrillist to bring you the top guy stuff that doesn’t suck—like this sweet shirt jacket! You can thank us after your BF is done thanking you.
Gear: Arbitrage Shirtjacket
While they also craft high-end cotton twill and woven French-cuffed shirts, NY-based ‘Trage’s game-changer’s a seersucker buttondown weighing somewhere between a dress shirt and a light jacket. Equipped with eye-catching staggered buttons, slanted pockets, and a hood, it’s perfect for maintaining your rep as the hardest mofo at the yacht club — until Wind’s Matthew Modine rolls up with that damn Whomper. [SaksFifithAvenue.com]
Service: USA Movers
For free quotes from a whole schload of movers, just provide USA your dirty details (to/from locations, dates, move size, elevator availability) and type of move (local, long-distance, business, car, or piano, in case you’re Laurel. Or Hardy.) [USAMovers.com]
Gratis Food: Free McDonald’s Southern Style Chicken
All day today at any US McDonald’s
Pony up for a medium soda and Ronald’ll give you one of his new eats. From 10:30AM on, it’s the SSC Sandwich, complete with buttery bun and pickley goodness, while during early hours it’s the SSC Biscuit, which rocks the same patty, in a biscuit — paving the way for poultry pancakes and fried-chicken parfait. [WhatCameFirst.com]
Gadgets: The Bed Fan
Tool-lessly install this variable-speed fan under your sheets and its dual fans’ll blow a cool breeze over you all night long, keeping things comfy until you awake with a girlish shriek thinking your linens are infested with ghosts. [Whateverworks.com]
Based completely on user submissions, PP provides average brew costs for 181 countries, then breaks it down by city. Places to just get loaded in your hotel room: Burundi ($11), Norway ($11.80), and Monaco ($14.35). Places to buy rounds like a hotshot: Congo (20¢), Ethipoia (40¢), and Myanmar (62¢), a steal that’ll entice the services of even more relief workers, who will also never be allowed in. [PintPrice.com]
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