Men's hatred of asking questions leads them into all sorts of avoidable predicaments, e.g., hopelessly lost on the road, or in a bed of shame with a Thai lady boy. Avoid dressing horribly while still nurturing your senseless obstinance, with Rasba. A social-networking fashion start-up from a Palo Alto high schooler (for serious), Rasba presents a trove of cutting-edge e-tailers (Heyday, Snooze City, Hanzo & Rosenberg, etc), and provides methods for solidifying your personal style without consulting anyone but your clickin' finger. Check out an item, and Rasba helps you discover other stuff you'll like with Amazon-ish "similar gear", and links to profiles of users who're fans -- click on their avatar, and you'll see all their pref'd sweetness, from polos to...pillow-cases. As soon as you buy, that item's posted on your profile; better, every time someone buys based on this recommendation, you get a commission credit of 2%-15% (opening the door to choosing favorites based on higher kickbacks, and a subsequent profile loaded with panties). To move your profile further towards being a boutique, Rasba allows members to vend goods, provided they're new, and the site proprietor approves -- because while men hate asking for directions, they're more than willing to fish for compliments from high school girls.