Five out of five doctors agree Thrillist is essential for avoiding osteoporosis. That's right, all five of them. Keep those bones strong with this month's Best of the Best.
Emailed to Dallas: Dive Bar Shirt Club Launched by two Carrollton guys, DBSC prints designs mined from both its own seedy travels and those of its members to present a peerless collection of shirts representing only the finest places to get loaded-and-hopefully-not-laid nationwide. Darts? Pool? Shirts?
Emailed to Nation: 80's Sax Solos 80s catalogs 50+ playable clips of killer saxaphoneage from the decade's hits, providing handy quick-reference symbols (e.g., a bullhorn for "blaring", school bus for "middle school level"), grades from A to F, and one-sentence summaries, because when it comes to Donna Summer, "Nothing expresses how hard a woman can work for her money like a sax solo". Feel the smoothness
Emailed to Vegas: Shodown T-Shirts 70-percent bamboo, and 30-percent cotton, these tees are drenched with intricate designs like "Origins" (a rustic shout out to poker's birthplace of Texas), the crossed-pistols "Under the Gun" ("the most difficult position in poker"), and, most bad-assly, "King of Spades": a skull-headed King up front, and on back the King David quote "Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies" -- presumably referring to the Philhelmuthistines. Show your full hand
Emailed to San Francisco: Tweeting Too Hard If you Tweet stuff like "i kid you not, i have a follower who is only following britney spears, russell brand, kim kardashian, gossip girl, and me", you're probably a putz, and your drivel belongs on TTH, a bottomless collection of 140-characters-or-less proclamations of self-importance. Automatically re-tweet faves, vote 'em to the top with "back-pats", or just go on telling people stuff like, "Went to the gym this morning. As I left, everyone said I was the best!". Tweet, tweet, hanging
Emailed to Philadelphia: Thomas Dean After five years successfully hawking quality dress shirts at a meager price point, two of TailorByrd's founders cut ties with the third to launch a collection of long staple Egyptian cotton woven buttondowns featuring patterned inner lining on the placket, collar, and cuffs to present a stark, sometimes terrifying contrast. Work it out