The holidays are a time of crisp weather, bountiful feasts, and seething, unspoken hatred among family members. Find some wintery cheer in this month's Thrillist Family gems -- at least we tell you what we're really thinking. Pig out...we'll see you Mon.
Emailed to New York: P**nsaints: This Italian web emporium purveys 55+ riotously-colored, vaguely religious paintings of int'l p**n stars (Brooke Haven, Kylie Ireland...), composed by a worldwide collective that includes several hellbound NYers
Click here for benevolent poon
Emailed to Chicago: Two In The Shirt: T.I.T.S. (seriously) churns out accomplished graphic tees mashing up music, movie, and even fine arts references, all unified by the mantra: "Each design showcases classy prints of nude or nearly nude women"
Classy prints, eh? You be the judge...
Emailed to Nation: Sleeping Chinese: From a mildly creepy German transplant living in Shanghai, this photo gallery features residents publicly dozing on objects ranging from chairs, to rickshaws, to rocks, to bicycles, to meat, to pumpkins, to seesaws, to chickens -- which might indicate a national narcolepsy, or ironic defiance against mass-produced Swedish beds
China, truly quite exhausting
Emailed to Los Angeles: JackThreads: This e-tailer features one deeply discounted item per day, with Cali brands now in the offing: today, The Hundreds' plaid flannel hoodie, followed by gear from Grn Apple Tree, Clae shoes, and Beautiful/Decay, an artsy tee brand that totally feels Heather Locklear's pain
Oh, the discounts
Emailed to Boston: Second Rate Snacks: From a Framingham woman inspired by a vending machine carrying "Animal Snackers", SRS offers (mostly) objective online taste-testing, pairing foodstuffs of all kinds against their victual nemeses in categories like "Pastry" (Pop-Tarts vs Pop-Ups), "Drinks" (Mello Yello vs Mountain Dew), and "Candy" (the intense East Coast-West Coast Twizzler/Red Vines feud)
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll head to Safeway