All the action and intensity of paintballing without the repercussions of those nasty little pellets.
Jimmy Fallon pays tribute to fathers everywhere as he moves through the evolution of classic dad dance moves.
Building off the success of their PivLock quick-change eyewear line, Smith has once again jumped ahead with their all-new Attack series. These sunglasses feature magnet-guided snap-on temple pieces that mount directly on a single large lens, allowing the wearer to quickly adjust to changing light conditions without missing a beat. Other new features include a shaped cutout at the top of the lens for increased ventilation, an adjustable nosepiece for maximum wearing comfort, and a new range of ChromaPop lenses to help you keep your eyes on where you're going next.
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For years, electric toothbrush brands have tried making you believe their fancy features can make up for a bad brushing routine — glossing over what effective tooth brushing is actually about: Getting those ultra-fine bristles into the gaps between teeth and gums to prevent plaque before and after bed. Quip is an Electric Toothbrush that tells you how it is and is designed to help you brush better. The slimmest electric brush on the market, quip features a metal handle and mirror mount that doubles as a travel cover to encourage twice daily brushing. The brush's vibrating bristles pulse at timed intervals to guide a refreshing 2-minute clean, and to ensure you actually replace your brush head on a dentist recommended schedule, you'll get a fresh one in the mail every three months from $5.
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Finally, a "Call Me Maybe" parody we can really bite into. Nerdcore rapper MC Chris created his own lyrics for Carly Rae Jepsen's annoyingly infectious song inspired by the zombie classic Dawn of the Dead.