This Thanksgiving, stuff your face with this month's Thrillist Network greatest hits -- hot steaming pies stuffed with knowledge, and rhubarb. Eat 'til it hurts, and we'll see you on Monday.
Emailed to Nation: Tokyoflash Watches: Confidently proclaiming themselves the only place to buy a "super cool watch", TF hawks ltd and store-exclusive time pieces that eschew standard dials in favor of eye-catching displays as exotically confounding as vending machines dispensing used panty capsules are...erotic?
Behold the digital masterpieces
Emailed to Miami: RipNRoll Condoms: This FLA-based website wraps your condoms in custom packaging and even lets you upload your own mug and message onto the wrapper ("Hi me. Congratulations!"). Or, go with pre-fab logos like the seasonal "Kiss Me I'm Irish", the sweet "Be My Valentine", or the green "Recycled Rubber", great if you're ready to take things up a notch from tree "hugging".
Get your package wrapped
Emailed to San Francisco: Portraits of the 1970s: Behold this epic compendium of Sears and Olan Mills portraits, lovingly tagged with descriptions like "the young Unabomber and his wife", "I got 20 that says he drives a Camaro", and "Those glasses came free with a purchase of Brut Cologne". Sure, but we've got $20 the dude who runs this site would totally do the Brut guy's wife.
Eye gorge on all the fantastic beauties
Emailed to Los Angeles: S'more Flavored Marshmallows: This labor-saving revolution in jolly outdoor desserts consists of a vanilla bean marshmallow dusted with cocoa powder, topped with chocolate chips, with a crunchy graham cracker interior -- an innovation so impressive, it'll almost distract fellow campers from the fact that you mail-ordered marshmallows.
Check the campfire delights
Emailed to Las Vegas: Vegas Confessions: Hot model/proud Paraguayan Cindy Taylor hosts this HDnet show, which hits up LV nightclubs to let revelers recount their inebriated adventures, including these perfectly counterpoised nuggets: two girls bragging about a 3-way with the lead singer of The Sleeping ("Doug"), and one poor sucker discussing how "the lead singer of Maroon 5 carried me to my car".
Peep all the dirty secrets
Party: Prohibition Repeal Bash: RSVP here for a shot at attending Thrillist Chicago's Prohibition Repeal Party, this December 4th at Plan B: Canadian Club cocktails, burlesque dancers, even Depression-chic shoe shines. In short, this party will be so raging, in ten years, you'll look back at it and say, "That was awesome. Then what happened?"
For a shot at admission, RSVP right here, right now