Let Thrillist's uncleanliness bring you closer to godliness with this month's Best of the Best.
Emailed to Nation: Awkward Family Photos Compiling both found-on-the-net and user-submitted photos that capture kin at their most socially weird, AFP's from a pair of screenwriter buddies, one of whom claims to've "always been a fan of awkwardness", and proved it up by writing an MTV Movie Award sketch for Tom Cruise. Be proud that your family is not here
Emailed to Philadelphia: Zachary Prell After a brief Wall St career spent entirely in boxy buttondowns, Prell set out to design a line of softer, better fitting shirts that could get guys stylishly through their day, and usher them comfortably into happy hour at the bar/sad hour at home. Prell it to my heart
Emailed to Boston: Super Sunglasses Handmade in Italy in a range of styles all taking their cue from the quintessentially American Wayfarers, Supers are fitted with top o' the line Carl Zeiss Optics lenses and acetate frames made in "multiple color graduations", which is also the highest honor awarded at competitive preschools. See the world through the eyes of Thrillist
Emailed to Dallas: FatNoggin.com Whether you need life help, or just sweet affirmation of areas you've already conquered (take that, Pro Tools/night terrors), hit this Dallas-hatched e-tailer/web-community for a staggering selection of self-improvement books: 250,000+, from The 4-Hour Workweek, to Mobile Web Design, to Beyond Human: Living with Robots and Cyborgs, to The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us From Violence (sadly, no Survival Signals That Protect Us From Cyborgs -- yet). Book yourself a better life
Emailed to Chicago: GolfStakes Conceived in the Midwest, GolfStakes takes the business of scoring your golf round away from flimsy card and stubby pencil and to your Web-enabled phone, allowing you to calculate handicaps, track scores from previous rounds, and play side games like Abilene, Nassau, Bingo-Bango-Bongo, and Best Ball, which isn't really fair since it's genetics. Let Thrillist Stake your game