It happens. You wake up in Marrakesh with nothing but a suit, a headache and an insatiable desire to exercise. That's where this book comes in—it will teach you 50 different ways to stretch, lift and generally give your body a workout, while wearing formal garb. And should you choose to indulge in the occasional bit of sans-clothes relaxation, there's also a chapter on sponge baths.
Things to do for April 01, 2010
Ferris Bueller's Ferrari and Exercising in a Suit
The weekend's ready to play ball.
This week marks Passover, a time of reflection and celebration. Also: chocolate. And unlike some other fine matzo-based concoctions—matzo tacos come to mind—this chocolate one is fairly simple. Moses would have wanted you to have this.
So you've given in and started tweeting. (Your musings on canned beer and Dom DeLuise's oeuvre deserve to be heard.) But then you notice your 1,000 followers now number 999. Find your Benedict Arnold with this program, which tracks de-followers and even sends you your last tweet before your "friend" bailed. Because it's not you, it's them.
It's happened so many times: you're watching an emotionally gripping, gut-wrenching scene (like the burrito scene in Anchorman), and you find yourself wondering, "What are they eating?" Okay, so that rarely happens, but that didn't stop someone from putting together an extensive (and growing) database of recipes inspired by food in the movies. The monkey brains from Temple of Doom not included... yet.
In a co-starring role as itself, this Ferrari was quite possibly the most lust-worthy part of Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (A possible tie with Mia Sara.) And now, it can be yours, at auction, for a scant $67,000. Just be warned: they ran it backwards to lower the mileage.