Someone alert the media. Physicist David Neevel has invented an Oreo-separating machine. And, you guys, it is glorious.
This is exactly how we like to fight at the office. Except we use songs from Butthole Surfers and Rasputina. We also break out the Cotton-Eyed Joe lyrics if we're super pissed.
Stress, sun exposure, and poor sleep habits. We're all guilty of it and our skin shows. The Marine Layer Under Eye Recovery Gel can undo years of abuse with botanical extracts found in the ocean. Made from red algae and sea kelp, the lightweight formula instantly reduces dark circles and swelling while barley seed extract and Irish moss brighten skin and treat long-term damage for a refreshed, younger-looking face in the reflection. Use code UNCRATE for $20 off.
Presented by Port Products.
Presented by Port Products.
A Rolex is much more than a watch. And The Impossible Collection is much more than a book. This hardbound work of art pays proper tribute to the most coveted watch brand ever, dating back to the company's genesis in 1905. The most valuable and technically innovate models are showcased - including timepieces never before seen in print. At nearly 200 pages with beautiful illustrations and photography, the book chronicles some of the most iconic watches in Rolex's rich history, from an Explorer worn during Sir Edmund Hillary's expedition to the summit of Mt. Everest in 1953, to the Chronograph worn by George Lazenby in the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Exceeded only by the craftsmanship of the watches themselves, The Impossible Collection, published by Assouline, is hand-bound with color plates that are hand-tipped on each page of art-quality paper. It's packaged in a linen clamshell presentation case with a metal plaque.
Width: 15.55" / Length: 18.62" / Depth: 2.95" / Weight: 20 lbs / 194 pages
Sounds like it would be a good idea for all of us to learn how to code at some point in our lives. Plus you get to try out those multiplication tables and fractions you haven't found use for since high school.
The song's not our favorite, but this is David Bowie's first album in 10 years, and it's got Tilda Swinton in it. So there you go.
There's no shame in adding ice to your spirit of choice, and for most cocktails, it's essential. But there's a reason why an ice ball is the best chill to add, as a sphere exposes less surface area to the spirit, meaning it will melt slower for more chill and less dilution. And if you really want the best ice ball maker, look no further than this one, made from aerospace-grade aluminum with a black finish. It uses gravity and the thermal conductivity of aluminum to produce a perfect sphere of ice fast. The maker produces 2.75" ice ball that fits perfectly into a double rocks glass for a long-lasting chill in no time.
Hailing from Sweden, Homme takes cues from its Scandinavian heritage to create simple, natural products. Their sulfate and paraben free shampoo is formulated to cleanse hair while B-Vitamins and hops extract strengthen, soothe, and repair strands. Its Nordic-inspired scent leaves behind the fresh, woody aroma of tea tree and birch tree.
10.5 fl oz.