Like those crazy deep sea fishermen, the Thrillist Network risks life and limb to find you the tastiest morsels; take a gander at what May netted.
Emailed to San Francisco: LiveSpark Because why the hell not, SF-based Spark'll make your gas-powered fireplace, fire pit, or gas-plumbed garden torches interface with your stereo and spit flames that literally dance to any song, "creating real-time fire art that brings music to life", now aren't you glad you didn't use your P*rno for Pyros CD as a coaster? Fire it up here
Emailed to Nation: Fast Food Map Plug in your departure and destination cities, and how far you're willing to deviate from your GMapped route in search of greasy grub, and FFM'll push-pin major joints along the way, with filterable chains including McD's, Wendy's, KFC, Pizza Hut, Jack in the Box, Carl's Jr., and In-N-Out, which'll probably come to pass before the next exit. Find your fix here
Emailed to Chicago: Huffer Just released for summer by the New Zealand purveyors of skate/surf wear is a series of soft, cotton ribbed neck tees, like the squiggly band patterned "Rubber Band", and a sleeveless French terry hoody called the "Beef Hood", the optimal habiliment for any Grilly Goat themed soiree. Soften up your wardrobe here
Emailed to New York: Soap Knuckles From two Harlem-based designers, this aggressively stee'd cake of dirt-destroying glycerin's cast from genuine brass knuckles -- so when someone yells dirty words at you, you can punch their mouth out with soap. Mama said knock you out here
Emailed to Nation: Collar Card A portable solution to limp collar syndrome, this credit card-sized slice of ingeniousness features four pop-out collar stays you can go to in case of emergency, then snap back in for future use -- completely awesome, even though they ignore your real need, wallet-sized emergency pants. Pop that collar here