To raise awareness for Poverty Week, 5 brave/stupid/charitable dudes took a 21,000, rapid-fire paintball beating and have some gnarly looking bruises to prove it.
"You get what you pay for" applies to both used cars and assassinations.
Finding a Duvet that is both comfortable and warm enough year round combined with something that doesn't feel like it weighs a ton is a difficult proposition. That's why this light and lofty Duvet from Parachute is so appealing. Constructed using 100% hypoallergenic microfiber fill and a 100% cotton shell, the Alternative Duvet is made in the USA in Cincinnati, Ohio, and reinforced with a double stitched piping seam. The microfiber mimics the feel of natural down while remaining environmentally sustainable and is an ideal weight for warm sleepers. Parachute will even let you try it for 60 nights and return it for a full refund if you aren't fully satisfied.
Presented by Parachute.
If it were socially acceptable, most of us would wear sweatpants everywhere. But that level of comfort is reserved for lounging around the house — until now. If you aren't familiar already, get to know the line of Dress Pant Sweatpants from Betabrand. Available in slim-leg, regular fit, and 5-pocket, each pair features flexible 4-way stretch fabric. They provide a look that's fit for the boardroom with a level of comfort typically reserved for the bedroom.
Presented by Betabrand.
For what would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday, The French Chef cooks up a storm to Guns N' Roses "Sweet Child O' Mine."