We've taken our monthly baseball bat to the Thrillist piñata of excellence, and the best stuff from our other editions is spilling all over this email. We're also wearing a blindfold, so cover your package.
Emailed to San Francisco: Headline Shirts Armed with a relaunched and constantly updated website, SF's own Headline's "chinchilla-soft" cotton tees make deft and playful commentary on everything from biblical lore to muzak. More wise (ass) shirts
Emailed to Nation: Scribble On Walls From a coterie of self-proclaimed "design geeks", Scrib's stock of adhesive wall-art's easily self-applied to your abode's partitions, a pleasant distraction from other things you live with, like peeling paint, your roommate's incontinent ferret, and the nagging sensation you'll never amount to anything. Further distractions
Emailed to Los Angeles: Setgo Started by a former NYC ad man, Setgo's a line of wallets, bags, and money clips that share both a simple all-black or steel design and, like the guy who played Leprechaun, the ability to get stuff done despite being small. How to hold onto your money
Emailed to New York: Trongs These plastic tools were designed by two Queens natives to "eliminate a critical source of eating frustration": not being able to eat bbq wings without getting slop all over your beer, cell, beer, etc. Unfortunately, whatever daintiness points you score will be torpedoed by the sight of you eviscerating your food with what appear to be staple removers. Eat like a T-Rex
Emailed to Los Angeles: WouldYouEatIt? This site rolls out random, user-generated food pics one after another, each of which you give a 1-10 deliciousness rating -- basically, just like Hot Or Not, except your roommate never catches you rating pictures of male food. Food smut at its best and worst