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Things to do for December 01, 2011
An Erotic Bouncy Castle, Champagne and Other Weekend Essentials
The weekend is honored to be nominated for best contemporary folk performance by a group or duo.
Pleasure. Lots and Lots of Pleasure.
Wow. Where to start. This purveyor of pleasure-giving objects has put together a greatest-hits package for, you know, not you, but... people. It includes four different intimacy-enhancing toys. Sorry, make that five. Also: 60 condoms and a black and pink moon bounce. We humbly suggest bringing a camcorder.
An App That Sends Real Postcards
Some things are just better old-school. Golf pants, for instance. Also: a postcard. This app lets you design your own greeting with photos and text, and then sends an actual warm, fuzzy, flammable postcard. Keep those pictures clean. Or clean-ish.
There’s Whiskey in Your Book
That set of corporate tax law volumes adorning your bookshelf: impressive. What would make it more impressive: if one of them contained a flask of 50-year scotch. Hence, these hiding nooks of booze, disguised as finance books, medical books, cooking books and—naturally—parenting books.
Hey, a Tub-Side Champagne Chiller
Look. You’ve had a long day, making friends, figuring out your holiday party’s Rockette budget. Now it’s time for the obligatory champagne-soaked bubble bath. To assist: this cooling bucket that’ll keep your champagne on ice right on the edge of your tub. This might also be a good time for Rockettes.
The Best Gifts. At Least Photos of Them.
These guys will send a Polaroid of any of their various curios (hand-painted surfboard fins, 1940s table mics) for 99 cents. It’s literally the least you could do.