Today's overwhelming number of retail choices means you practically need an expert to narrow things down for you, and those Queer guys only have so many eyes...even the four-eyed one! -- ooo, we're baaad! Enlisting a whole community of stylish peeps to help you out: Svpply. A "retail bookmarking and recommendation service" started by the same webberers behind Vimeo and design/ad blog The Egotist Network, Svpply's spent the last year private to only their pickiest friends (who've populated the site with next-level lifestyle goods purchasable from around the web), and are just now opening the community up to curation by regular people like you, meaning...so start shopping now before you mess it all up. The just-launched sign-up process tailors the products you see to your taste: upon registering, you'll be presented with seven items and asked whether or not you're into them, after which you'll only see "goods bound to be useful or tasteful to you", which can be searched for directly, or sifted through via tags for price, gender, and product type, with everything from "apparel", to "tech", to "home", although frankly, you're probably still better off using a realtor. A stroll through the site can net you everything from a pair of sleek suede "Strayhorn" Clae sneaks, to a vintage replica of an old-timey Rollei Rolleiflex camera now jacked up w/ 5 mega pixels (found by a 21-year-old Maryland photographer), to a Hide Yo' Kids, Hide Yo' Wife coffee mug, to a humorous Kim Jong Il teapot, which'll burn out your tongue with scalding water should you mention that it's either short or stout. You're also now more than welcome to tap products from all over the web and create your own store for others to view, though if you've got the stones to put your own bad taste out there for all to see, you deserve to be Bravo'd.