Is your boyfriend a little small down there? Well, pump up his ego with the Trouser Expander! It’s just one of many new products that make men feel better about their bodies. The Trouser Expander enlarges the user to “a whopping 8″, with girth beyond belief!” and costs just $7. How he’ll explain that air pump hanging out of his pants, well, that’s his problem. [BoysStuff.co.uk via Nick McGlynn] Keep reading »
So, this morning Simcha professed her hatred for holiday music, sadly, one of my greatest guilty pleasures. But I think I’ve found just the thing to open her eyes to the joys of festive tunes! For some unknown reason, adorably nerdy-hot actor John Krasinski (Jim on “The Office”) stopped by an Aimee Mann show and did a duet with her on “Winter Wonderland.” And, yes, it’s true. Nerdy-hot guys get even nerdier and hotter when they sing…Christmas carols. [Via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
When the cold weather hits, looking hot isn’t an easy thing to achieve. In many cases, an attempt to stay warm can result in a Marshmallow Man phenomenon, something that wasn’t even stylish in 1984. Check out these scarves, gloves, and other winter warmers that will dress you up, but not necessarily weigh you down. Keep reading »
This year was full of surprise comebacks from celebrities to TV shows to vampires. We didn’t expect quite a few of these pop culture comebacks, but thankfully, we were happy to see them. Keep reading »
There’s a reason your mom put you in those itchy footsie pajamas when you were a child…warmth. Now that you’re an adult you can still have shoulder to toe warmth without having a major case of the itchies. In fact, you’ll be quite cozy in this union suit made from 100 percent soft cotton. And it has a rather convenient drop seat that can be monogrammed. We’ll wear ours while drinking warm apple cider and watching holiday movies. [from $59.95, Pajamagram] Keep reading »
Amelia snapped this lovely sentiment in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send your pic to firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading »