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Car Briefcases For Mr. Matchy

When it comes to putting together a nice jacket/shirt/tie combo, it can sometimes look like guys got dressed in the dark. But when it comes to their toys, there’s no problem. We’re talking specifically about these briefcases by designer Beau Reid, made to match your dude’s car. The custom murses are outfitted with snazzy leather, car paint, and details that go with particular vehicles. Rolling your eyes yet? Wait until you hear how much one costs: $15,000.

For the guy who puts down for one of these: You’re never allowed to complain about how much we spend on shoes or clothes again. Ever. [Lost in a Supermarket] Keep reading »

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Quick Pic: What Has Frosting And Travels Slower Than A Golf Cart?

And I thought those Magnolia cupcakes that the ladies of “Sex and the City” love were expensive? In their book of holiday gift ideas, Neiman Marcus is offering these snazzy cupcake cars. Each car is shaped like a frothy, delicious cupcake, has a 24-volt electric motor and can go seven miles per hour. And each comes with a matching hat! At only $25,000 per car, how can you afford not to get one? [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

NASCAR-Themed Romance Novels Leave Harlequin Readers Panting For More

I don’t think that I’ve ever read a romance novel. I don’t really go for the mushy stuff. But whatever floats your boat, I always say. I guess I don’t really “get” them. They seem so unbelievable. That’s why when I saw these NASCAR-themed romance novels from Harlequin — yes, I said NASCAR-themed romance novels — I figured it was the Photoshop work of some dude blog. So, I googled around, and, lo’ and behold, Harlequin really does have an entire series of romantic “Stories Set in the World of NASCAR”. With titles like One Track Mind (steamy!), Checkered Past (scandalous!), and Black Flag White Lies (my favorite!), it appears that the racing track is as good a place for hot and steamy literary romances as any other locale. After the jump, read an excerpt from Over the Wall, in which racing team manager Nathan Cargill hires fitness trainer Stacy Evans, breaking his cardinal rule to never mix business with pleasure. Keep reading »

Take A Ride With This Guy? Um, No!

He’s got the tricked-out car, the electric guitar, and the frosted perm. But would you go for a “personal tour” with this dude? Probably not. While he does have a sick Ferrari, he can only fit one other person in it while he’s driving, so we’re guessing this ad is his ploy to get some poon from a brain dead gold digger. [The World's Best Ever] Keep reading »

Rolls-Royce Adds Girly Feature To New Concept Car

We’re not sure whether to be insulted or overjoyed by Rolls-Royce’s new concept car. The 200EX features a backseat pop-out purse holder that senses when you put down a bag and holds it in place. We hate that the car company thinks women are all about handbags, but, you know what, we are. (In fact, we were just drooling over Marc by Marc Jacobs’ new bags.) It would be nice to be able to make sharp turns without have our handbag tumble to the floor, spewing tubes of lipstick everywhere. And, if you’re driving a Rolls, you probably have a super-nice purse that you’d want to preserve. Our bag on the other hand, cost $15 on eBay. [Luxuo] Keep reading »

Soon, You’ll Be Able To Create Your Own Energy

You know how your feet get tired when you walk a lot? Well, all that pounding might soon be used to generate electricity. Engineers calculated the amount of energy that the 34,000 travelers who pass through the Victoria Underground station in London generate every hour, and they say it’s enough to power 6,500 light bulbs if underground generators were installed. These yet-to-be-produced generators could be put into any place that has high foot traffic, as well as on roads and beneath railroad lines. While the technology is still in its infancy, similar mini-generators were tested by the American military recently. Do you think walking in flats or heels would generate more electricity? [The Times] Keep reading »

Sex With (Not In) Cars

Edward Smith has gotten around, except he’s not interested having sex with women. No, he sleeps with CARS. That’s right. The 57 year old’s current “girlfriend” is a Volkswagen Beetle he calls “Vanilla,” but Edward says he’s had sex with at least 999 others. He had his first at 15. “I’m not sick and I don’t want to hurt anyone,” Edward said. “Cars are just my preference.” While not attracted to men or women, he has gotten hot and bother over a 1973 Opal GT named Cinnamon, a 1993 Ford Ranger Splash named Ginger, and a 1969 Beetle named Victoria, to name a few. “I appreciate beauty and I go a little beyond appreciating the beauty of a car only to the point of what I feel is an expression of love,” he said. Okay, I’m confused. Does he really have sex with cars, or is this a metaphor? And what happens to the cars after he’s done with them? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

Lipstick Does Its Part to Keep The Roads Safe

If your boyfriend’s a bad driver—hell, even if your cabbie seems to think he’s auditioning for future installment of The Fast and the Furious — just start talking about your glorious Cover Girl Continuous Color Lipstick in Mauvelicious. Or the new chairs Design Within Reach Chairs you’re lusting over. A study by German and Swedish researchers showed that men drove slower when they heard neutral or feminine words, rather than manly stuff like “beard” and “muscles.” Just don’t start talking to him about really girly stuff, like the black lace bra you’re wearing, because then he might drive right off the road. [Sydney Morning Herald] Keep reading »

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