Despite the fact that unlearned gentlemen often believe "cufflinks" reference a type of golf that involves periodic, scheduled fistfights, they're actually a way to whimsically dress up your...um, dress shirts. Exhibit A: this Seattle crafter Mancornas, who gets the inspiration for his sweet cuffs from:
Music: MC turns out a variety of celluloid guitar picks-turned-links, including classic Fender numbers in a variety of colors, and others featuring art from the Beatles and Pink Floyd, which...um...man, sometimes when you try to think of a joke you really hit The Wall. Oh snap!
Manly Things: These include pieces made from beer bottle caps (Pabst, Corona, etc.), miniature working compasses, chrome-plated valve caps, and bullet shells, which're obviously perfect for anyone who really wants their wrists to pop! pop! pop!
The Absurd: The most off-the-wall (shout out to Pink Floyd!) items range from links decked with circuit boards, to those featuring foodstuffs (burgers, cupcakes, etc.), to one studded with petrified poop (seriously!), to 20-sided dice, which, even when they're used in table games, aren't really any help stopping fights, since you almost never hear anyone call "four".