It needs to be said: nail art, especially around the holidays, goes too far. Little pinky Santas and toe-thumb Rudolphs or all 10 fingers painted to look like wrapped presents, complete with glued-on bow decals. It’s too much! Can we take these down a notch and embrace nail art that’s actually, I dunno, pretty again? It’s not hard! Look, I found 34 festive, glitter-y, fun holiday manicures to inspire you.
Why We Love It: This one’s for the men! These stretchable masturbators slip over the shaft, each revealing a different sensation, regardless of his size. The set includes 6 eggs with different insides: various-sized nubs, delicate ribs, a web structure, bi-directional wedges, swirling patterns, and wavy ribs. Enjoy! [$39.99, Bunnyjuice] Keep reading »
Why We Love It: Tub time is always better when you can get off, am I right? This totally waterproof silicone vibrator has a suction cup base that will mount to any flat surface, making underwater masturbation your new best friend. Just try not to turn into a prune… [$89.95, The Pleasure Chest] Keep reading »
Why We Love It: Nothing says naughty and nice quite like nipple clamps. Not only can you adjust the intensity of these rubber-tipped clamps, but you’ll feel the feathers tickle your skin as you squirm. Double the pleasure, double the fun. [$12.95, The Pleasure Chest] Keep reading »
Why We Love It: No Boy Scout knots or hardware necessary here! We all love a little bit of kinky fuckery (“50 Shades,” anyone?), and these easy-to-use restraints are a step in the right direction. Just slide the restraints under your mattress, slip your sub into the cushy cuffs and they’ll be at your mercy in no time. [$58, Babeland]
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Christmas in New York City would be nothing without Rockefeller Center, home of the renowned 80-foot Christmas tree and the ice skating rink that doubles as the planet’s favorite wedding proposal location. It’s a place full of traditions, but this year may see the absence of a favorite — the rink’s beloved Skating Santa.
Paul Chernosky, Rockefeller Center’s Santa extraordinaire, has spent the past 15 holiday seasons making families smile and taking pictures with skaters. However, Grinch-like management changes this year have caused Paul to be fired without warning.
Paul was shocked by the sudden job loss:
“I was always told in the past that as long as I wanted the job I had it. … I felt very appreciated and praised for my work, and then all of a sudden: boom. The rug was just pulled out from under my feet.” Keep reading »