As you enjoy this month's most ferocious content from across the Thrillist Network, just be happy you're not named Roy. And if you are, prepare to have your head eaten.
Emailed to Atlanta: 10 Deep
Named for "the collective strength of 10 fingers", 10's just dropped two new lines: "Nineteen Ninety-Now", ostensibly intended as hyper-casual, post-college prep-wear, and "Keep It Moving", inspired by bike messenger culture -- not a likely place to find a prep, unless he's a stockbroker who's just lost millions of dollars, and his name rhymes with Schmevin Blacon.
Get deeper into the line
Emailed to New York: My Horrible Secret
An unabashedly wicked site from the world's second largest concentration of Jews (Zion), MHS spotlights atrociously forthright avowals of user-submitted guilt (like PostSecret, without the sweet catharsis of stamp buying).
Have fun with other peeps' secrets
Emailed to San Francisco: Moof Cruiser Bike
New at SF-based Design Public, this sleek Amsterdam-made single speed is built for durability thanks to an extra-fat, powder-coated, rust-proof aluminum frame, and also gets grippy Kenda Cosmos tires, wishbone handlebars, and solar powered LED tail and head lights, helping you avoid testing the durability of the frame.
Pan down, we've got Moof
Emailed to New York: Miansai
Hand-soldered in Miami by a native NYer, these hefty, gold or silver accessories run from rock & roll (guitar pick necklaces), to violence (AK-47 signet rings; grenade-shaped mini pill holders), to drugs (razor blade cufflinks -- for when you're tired of the monkey suit, and just want to blow off the whole affair).
Wear your vices
Emailed to Nation: Jock Soap
Nab 40% off all the dude-only grooming gear from Jock, which includes manly scented soaps, shaving brushes/cream/balm, face scrubs, shampoo, colognes, and a 100% agave fiber body cloth, though you may never be able to shower again after you use it 21 times on your birthday.
Clean up and use the code THRILLIST to get the discount