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Man oh man, I love me some Billy Idol. I also love me some of those literal videos. Obviously, this is like Christmas. A very "white" Christmas...
Pwny boxes! Nuff said.
I know, I know, another mustache! But this mustache is actually a Plushtache which kind of makes it better. How? You can wear it in more places than on your face, like the lapel of your jacket. Yeah, I just wanted to say "lapel". While I totally trust most of you to function properly, I feel like I should still point out that you should wear your Plustache with care (i.e. please don't pin it to your face).
The Plustache mustache pin is available from UrbanOutfitters for $12.00.
*Also available in brown!
What looks like a prop from Nightmare On Elm Street is really just someone's twisted idea of celebrating the 50th anniversary of Barbie. I feel like I speak with a slight bit of authority here as half of my childhood was spent with the plastic bombshell (the other half, an Atari 2600) and there's nothing about this that makes me feel nostalgic, except for the night terrors I'm now prone to. Seriously fashion world, what the hell are you snorting now?
I have faith that Atari will never mutate to haunt my dreams. At least I'll always have that...
I'm sure you've all been sitting around, wondering what Norwegians are doing today. I have the answer and there's a good chance that it'll make you jealous. You see, today (February 27th) is Osteskoperdagen (Cheese-Parings Day), a big holiday in Norway in celebration of Thor Bjørklund, the carpenter who invented the cheese slicer. Apparently celebrating consists of going outside and eating slices of cheese. Best holiday ever? Pretty close.
Now I love thinly sliced cheese from my trusty cheese slicer just as much as the next Scandinavian, so how did I not know about this incredible holiday? Seriously Mom, you've got some explaining to do!
Forget looking for new friends (or potential mates) online when you can do so in person with equal swiftness and ease! Students of the University of Maine have created LED equipped clothing that can be programmed with your personality preferences. When in close proximity of a compatible friend/partner, your shirts will then begin to glow. Sure, the internet has hijacked much of our social life, but maybe the real world can steal it back!
Read more about this awesome ice breaking and friend making technology here.