In live television, the clock is your greatest enemy. SNL has been doing live sketch comedy for over 42 years, and they've mastered the art of getting actors into and out of costumes in a commercial break. Kate McKinnon's recent appearance required going from a simple suit-and-tie to prosthetics and makeup for a mermaid in the next sketch. SNL captured the behind-the-scenes rush to get Kate ready and back on stage in four minutes.
Adventuring is hungry work, and any adventurer worth his or her salt is going to need a sandwich — the Perfect Sandwich. The most perfect sandwich for adventuring is a creation of the best adventurer in the history of adventuring: Jake from Adventure Time. The Babish painstakingly recreates Jake's Perfect Sandwich, sparing no ingredient for a meal that is sure to keep you going strong for days at a time.
Anyone with more than just a couple of tools can tell you that a little extra room inside can make a huge difference. Winner of the 2009 Good Design Long Life Design Award, Toyo's Camber Top Tool Box holds more than its compact footprint suggests. It's made from stamped steel and has a roomy single interior compartment, made larger by the angled lid. A straightforward latch closure keeps the contents secure while carrying by the integrated top handle.
Length: 14.13" / Width: 5.91" / Height: 4.88" / Weight: 2.84 lbs.
Sweden-based Hestra is bringing Scandinavian minimalism to your hands. Their Tony Gloves feature a clean, monochrome exterior made from North American white-tailed deerskin. Inside, a wool lining keeps hands incredibly warm even after the temperature drops well below freezing. Each pair is handsewn, a process that takes about two hours to complete but offers superior construction and a unique stitch. The gloves are sized by British Inches which is measured by the circumference around the palms at its widest point.
John Wich is an ex-hitman with a love for his puppy and vengeance. But replace his handguns and rifles with an arsenal of Nerf blasters, and you get the latest short from Corridor. The filmmaking crew remakes the neo-noir thriller with the latest foam-based weaponry, resulting in a parody with just as much action and none of the violence.
If you've ever wanted to drink like Homer Simpson, Cocktail Chemistry is here to help. While you're welcome to try the originals made exactly as they are in the show, you also get a slightly more refined version that you can actually drink — with the exception of the last. With classics like the Flaming Homer, Skittlebräu, and A Single Plum Floating in Perfume Served in a Man's Hat, you'll be passed out drooling on the couch in no time.
Inspired by the Q Timex from the 1970s, the M79 is a fresh interpretation of an iconic timepiece. The new watch blends a much-loved look with a workhorse automatic movement. The M79 borrows the same hidden lugs and black and blue "Batman" bezel as the '70s classic and adds unidirectional functionality. The timepiece has a black dial with day/date windows and Mercedes-style hands and it's slightly larger than the original 38mm case, with an uptick to 40mm to accommodate the larger automatic movement, which is on display via the exhibition case back. The watch is finished with a tapered stainless steel bracelet, another fitting tribute to its predecessor.
Diameter: 40mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 50 meters / Movement: 21-Jewel automatic
Eating healthy doesn't have to be an expensive chore thanks to Huel. They offer nutritionally complete foods made from plant-based ingredients like oats, rice, flaxseed, coconut, and sunflower that are also sustainable and cut food-related carbon emissions. Choose from their powders, bars, and beverages, all of which are ready to consume in seconds. And they won't stress your budget either, as 2 bags of Huel contains 34 meals, which equates to just $1.73 per meal. One plant-based meal is packed with 40g protein, 17g carbs, good fats and fiber plus 27 vitamins and minerals at just 400 total calories for a perfect on-the-go option.
Presented by Huel.
Presented by Huel.
The Internet, destroyer of public discourse and resonating echo chamber for any opinion, no matter how half-baked. Whereas at one time people might have been more likely to keep their opinions to themselves, the lack of any tangible repercussion for what is said on the internet means that people speak without thinking about what they're saying. The Guardian sits down with a few of the more vehement internet commentators, to find out what they're like without the relative anonymity and distance of the web to shield them.