It’s Movember, and it’s never too late to join in the party and grow a swank mustache. People at HairLossGeeks set up this little infographic with a few tips on the mustache style that might go perfectly with your face. We’d personally recommending trying every single style this year, but that’s just us.
Redditor Qweeston made a short, humorous set of some people of NYC, and what preparations they were making for the coming of Sandy. The fictional lives invented for the people doing panicky last minute shopping adds a nice touch and flavor to the whole exercise, and probably gave Qweeston something to work on while the hurricane raged.
Displaying some excellent functional use, this medieval helmet has a pair of flagons strapped on. We imagine a group of soldiers walking through the forest, with easy access to chugging some beer whenever they feel like. That gentlemen, is the picture of a happy army. Here’s the tutorial, if you’d like to make one for yourself. Someone, do this with Viking helmets too, pronto.
It’s impossible to not be impressed when you see two people battle it out with lightning and Tesla coils.
As the cruel winter gets stronger, the hand on the mouse fears the dreadful times of cold. Thanko has the answer to the problem with the heated Futon Mouse Pad. The mouse pad has three parts: the mouse pad mattress, a heated quilt and a wrist pillow. It can heat to as high as 50 degrees Centigrade, which probably is too high for comfort, but an intelligent setting would keep the hand warm enough.
Coming from “America’s finest news source,” you can bet this book has all the knowledge you could ever ask for. At the very least, it is bound to be an entertaining read. Costs ~$18.
It’s the best kind of sexy, and hot both literally, and figuratively. Called Tramp Lamps, they are available at Kelly Kerrigan’s Etsy shop that bears the same name.
Booze in a grenade shaped decanter ought to pave the way for a blast. The glass decanter can hold up to 160 oz of liquid. The product is priced at $24, although it seems to be out of stock at the moment.
Holstee and artist Yoko Sakao Ohama have teamed up to create these simple and motivational cards. The simplicity and the sheer power of words make these cards interesting for numerous occasions. Material of the cards is 50% elephant poop mixed up with 50% of recycled paper, and a whole lot of elephant poop jokes. Costs $20.