If you think this book can't be very long, you're right: it weighs in at just over 100 pages, and frankly, even that seemed like a stretch to us. Still, wordsmith Theodore Rasbury has discovered some breathtaking insights, even with his decidedly minimalist approach. What we're saying: the book's blank. (Really.)
Things to do for August 06, 2009
Cleavage, Psychos and Mullets
The weekend is getting hot in herre, so you know what to do.
After a one-month hiatus, your go-to source for subtly subversive neckwear is back, and with a few new items in stock. Our favorite: this tie, inspired by a vintage tattoo. Matching cuff links are due next month; in the meantime, a matching tattoo will have to do.
Sweat—whether it's on you or your favorite frosty adult beverage—is not your friend. And while we can't help you with the former, we can recommend this—it holds up to 51 cubes of ice, and you can store them on the outside so your beer doesn't get watered down. (Not that you were putting ice in beer in the first place.)
Everyone has picked out their porn-star name—first pet name, street you grew up on—and now, someone has created a generator for d-bags. Submit your name, what you ate for breakfast, and the name of your favorite Mexican restaurant (among others), and behold the results. After a couple tries, you'll catch on to the gimmick—and no, it doesn't just spit out "Spencer Pratt" every time.