Things to do for November 29, 2012

The Weekender

Bourbon Marshmallows and the Strongest Oyster Knife on the Planet

If you build it, the weekend will come.

Bourbon-Filled Marshmallows. Have At It.
JOY AND MALLOWSHIP

Bourbon-Filled Marshmallows. Have At It.

Quick, make some hot chocolate. Swiss Miss. Probably go with Swiss Miss. Now, hit the Wondermade website, order a winter’s worth of their new bourbon marshmallows and plop one in there. Actually, you’ll have to wait until the mailman delivers them. But then... plop one in there.

Some New Squares for Your Pocket
POCKET ACES

Some New Squares for Your Pocket

Let’s hear it for the square. Great shape. Makes a mean picture frame. Worked wonders for Trafalgar. Also looks pretty good tucked in the pocket of a blazer. Especially these vintage ones from Ovadia & Sons—red bandana prints. Teal floral patterns. They’re all there. And pockets everywhere rejoiced.

Here Comes Some New Leather Stuff
TEAM EFFORT

Here Comes Some New Leather Stuff

Tanner Goods makes leather things. The Ace Hotel makes... hotel things. But turns out, magical things happen when they join forces. Like this new collection of leather fantasticness they just rolled out together. It’s stacked with things like passport wallets and vinyl-friendly tote bags. You know, for carrying vinyl around. Or vinyl-shaped sandwiches.

The Strongest Oyster Knife on Earth
LOOKING SHARP

The Strongest Oyster Knife on Earth

Oysters are having a moment right now. Partly because it’s oyster season. But mostly because the bivalve enthusiasts at Williams Knife Co. just made the strongest oyster knife ever. It’s handmade from Damascus steel, which is what they made swords out of in medieval times. Unnecessary: yes. Still kind of necessary: yes.

This Music Will Make Your Day Go Faster
BEAT IT

This Music Will Make Your Day Go Faster

So let’s say you’re sitting at a desk somewhere. Right now-ish, for example. Maybe you want to be there. Maybe you don’t. Either way, here’s a new site that does nothing but stream an endless playlist of ridiculously bass-heavy, fast-paced, dubstep-y music to keep things moving. Boardroom glow-sticking. Do it.

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