Thrillist knows you love shiny things, so enjoy the sparkliest of the gems we've spelunked recently, with this month's Best of.
Emailed to Atlanta: Zom-Bot Tees and Prints
A Savannah resident who in high school self-published a comic called TOEJAMBOREE to international nerd acclaim, Pitts employs all manner of media to create coolly hilarious, cartoonish takes on pop culture.
Click here 'Coz you wanna know more
Emailed to Nation: miGrill
This tabletop gas cooker offers 160 square inches of grilling surface, 8,500 BTUs worth o' flame power, and a dishwasher-safe drip pan, but what sets it apart is the built-in speakers for your iPod/MP3 player, so you can answer back that it was you who let the dogs out, and then started to cook them.
Get your grill and your groove on for $130
Emailed to Boston: A.P.C.
For their summer line, the Franco-clothiers have unleashed a line tilting heavily into a Euro-shaded view of 80s prep (woven belts, narrow-fit khakis, fitted seersucker and oxford shirts), pretty much what you would get if French designers spent 12 months watching dubbed Family Ties episodes whilst vomiting into their mouths due to Tina Yothers.
Stop dressing so Michael Gross
Emailed to Nation: What If Sports
A simulator designed to answer the epic "who would win..." bar debate, What If lets you pick two D-I football programs from the last 12 years, then designate who's home and away, playbook style (run-heavy, balanced, etc), and weather conditions to churn out a complete scoring log and comprehensive breakdown of the faux-game's stats, because talking about real sports statistics didn't repel women enough.
What if you clicked here?
Emailed to Nation: Great Brewers' Beer Sommelier
A simple craft-beer-mapping site at launch, the bros at GB've unveiled their Beer Sommelier, a dead-simple guide to appropriately pairing suds to sustenance, arming you to casually impress the hell out of women even before they have enough booze to think you're tall and dark.
Pairing: It's not just for wine anymore