Cupcakes are like chick flicks with Reese Witherspoon — nearly every guy likes them but none of us want to admit it. Butch Bakery Cupcakes ($18-$50) are tasty treats you don't have to be ashamed of loving, with camo, wood grain, houndstooth, plaid, checkerboard, or marble chocolate discs on top instead of sissified sprinkles. [Thanks, Anthony]
Zesty, bold, and unexpected — and that's just the included fake mustache. Sazon Mas Guapo ($10) is a spice blend that falls somewhere between a dry rub and seasoning salt, and promises to make "any chef seem more handsome," while also making your food "more better."
There are a few brands out there that never go out of style, Timex is part of that group, and has been for generations. The minimalist dial design of the Timex Fairfield Chrono Watch is an excellent example, featuring a chronograph function with four-hour capacity, Indiglo night-light, and is water resistant up to 30 meters. Strap choices include stainless steel, striped nylon, and genuine leather that can be worn exclusively or swapped out to match mood or destination. It goes with just about everything and promises to be your favorite accessory for years to come.
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Leaning on the wisdom their expert barbers and stylists have amassed after 25 years of experience in the grooming industry, Rudy's has a handle on what makes up a great styling product. Rudy's new pomade line is a modern take on a classic product that was created after years of hearing common hair woes from clients. Available in shine, matte, and clay, each pomade is made using high-quality ingredients and will help manage all types of hair and styles. Think of it as a grooming essential that doubles as a tool for self-expression to bring out the best in your hair.
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Just like regular soda, somewhere along the line ketchup — even name brand stuff like Heinz — went from being natural mixes to scary, high fructose corn syrup-filled goo. Sir Kensington's Gourmet Scooping Ketchup ($7) is out to rectify this situation, with two recipes (original and spiced) containing high-quality, all natural ingredients, and with a taste so refined that it demands to be scooped, not poured, squeezed, or shot out of a Super Soaker.
With a name like Chocomize ($6), you might think about a service that lets you customize your chocolate bars. And you'd be correct. Pick your chocolate bark base and add more than 100 different kinds of fruits, nuts, herbs, and candies, or simply select from one of the company's best-selling bars, like the Smores Bar with graham teddies and mini-marshmallows, the Candy Bar with gummi bears, chocolate candy, and Nerds, or the Spicy Special Bar with black peppercorns, mini chipotles, and cayenne pepper.