Now that the links have thawed, spring is springing, and you can venture outside without a parka over your parka, Perks is bringing you an invite and $25 credit to McBirdie, a new online golf shopping club, where you'll find golfing gear on sale for up to 70% off. Start daydreaming, people.
Things to do for March 11, 2010
Inside-Out Champagne and Everything Bagels
The weekend is no stranger to the wiles of the Irish.
You don't mess with perfection. Okay, sometimes you do—and in the case of these glasses, it's a good idea. They're basically an inverted champagne flute. Looks sharp, sure, but it also makes sure your bubbly stays colder longer, since your hands aren't in contact with the glass. Far classier than a champagne koozie.
Sometimes, you bite into a thick, juicy steak and think, "This thing could use a bit more...bagel." Finally, someone else realized that, yes, other things should have the salty/oniony soupçon of an everything bagel, and introduced a spice designed to recreate that flavor. Better than putting a steak on a bagel. Though, come to think of it...
It's a common conundrum: you're nearly finished with that epic poem about Top Gun you've been slaving over, and you just can't find a final word that both captures your sentiment (the brave walk a lonely path) and also rhymes with orange. This site can help—it's basically a search engine for rhymes and near-rhyming words. So many things rhyme with Goose.
As the warmer months approach, they bring with them many things: poolside drinks. Frolicking in the park. Illicit glimpses of bare shoulders. (Occasionally someone else's.) Also: bugs. This app blasts high-frequency tones scientifically engineered to drive insects insane, without making so much as a peep for the human ear. Sure, you could use bug spray, but this smells better.
We're going to be honest with you here: there isn't much backstory on this. It's a wallet. That holds money. But there's something about it—it's the kind of thing you could see Burt Reynolds handing to a cop when asked for his license and registration after speeding across county lines with a few cases of brew in the trunk, or Paul Bunyan pulling out to pay for his next axe. You know, if the wallet was really huge.