Bud Light’s Super Bowl Commercial Features a Real-Life Game of Pac-Man

Bud Light is continuing their string of "Up For Whatever" commercials during this year's Super Bowl, and for this one they tossed a guy in the middle of a real-life game of Pac-Man. While running around being chased by bright-ass ghosts after too many beers sounds like a terrible idea, we have to admit this looks pretty fun.  
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Vinyl Me, Please Is the Best Damn Record Club SPONSORED

Thanks to modern technology, we've lost touch with our music. We've waved goodbye to sound quality and owning our favorite albums. To fix this, get a turntable. Then sign up for Vinyl Me, Please. Every month they'll send you exclusive pressings of albums worthy of your time. Each comes with original 12" x 12" album-inspired art and a custom cocktail pairing. Past selections have included 'Lost In The Dream' from War on Drugs and many others. Sign up now and start with an exclusive pressing of Father John Misty's latest. It's like Record Store Day with free delivery and no lines. ... check it out
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Big Ass Brick of Soap SHOP

Loofahs and squeeze bottles of linen scented body wash were not invented for dudes. Somehow we got swept up in the tidal wave that was these products hitting the market. It's time for that to stop. Thankfully, there are these Big Ass Bricks of Soap from Duke Cannon Supply Company. Each bar is a hefty 3/4 of a pound, and contains steel cut grains for optimal grip. ... check it out
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Get Ripped in 7 Minutes with This Workout

Early last year, the American College of Sports Medicine shared a total body workout that could be completed in just 7 minutes. It was perfect for all of us who eat meals on the go and can't always squeeze in an hour at the gym. But what if you want to pack on some muscle instead of just toning your body? The answer: ... continue reading
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Bike Spoke Key Ring SHOP

We’ve seen bike parts get turned into a variety of different things, but we’ve never seen something from a bicycle get turned into an item as simple and sharp as this keyring. Crafted from an old bicycle spoke, this minimalist key holster is basic but brilliant. Just unscrew the top to add keys and you’ll be giving new life to a fallen ride. ... check it out
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This Batman Branding Lighter is Hilariously Unsafe

This might be the most fitting piece of Batman paraphernalia we've come across. Just like the Dark Knight operates in a law-skirting manner, now you can too with this little branding iron which snaps onto any cheap Bic lighter. Now you can go off and sear the Bat logo into steaks and other items in hopes of signally ... continue reading
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The Most Durable Cloth Bags Ever Made

Decades ago, when tin was the "standard of toughness," Filson oil finished cloth earned the name Tin Cloth because of its durability and the abrasion and wind resistance properties. Obviously it's a super durable material--we wouldn't expect anything less from the centuries old outfitter--but the new Heavy Tin Cloth ... continue reading
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The Phone Cable That’s Also A Carabiner

We could spend an entire week talking about the plethora of mobile charging options on the market for your iPhones, iPads, Androids, Windows Phones and everything else you might carry around that charges with a Micro USB or Lightning cable. Eventually, even the biggest battery is going to require getting plugged into ... continue reading
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Holiday Gift Guide: Menswear

Everyone knows one guy who spends his paychecks on looking good. From perfectly fitted clothes to the finest accessories, he forgoes some of life’s other pleasures in the pursuit of the perfect appearance. To be honest, it can be hard to shop for this guy and his specific tastes, but we think these gifts will earn you some style points. ... continue reading
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The Minimalist Key Shackle Brass SHOP

For the second version of The Minimalist keychain, the stylish shackle gets equipped with a handy bottle opener. The simple and stylish keychain is machined in the US from 360 brass. The pin is machined from 1018 steel and is then blackened. The Minimalist II holds up to five keys and comes with a key ring for holding car remotes or other additions. It’s a sophisticated and clever way to keep your keys in check. ... check it out
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