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The Drunken Botanist

As humans, we've gone to great lengths to get our drink on. Seriously, it's easy for most of us great grab a couple GnTs and make the night spin, but at some point someone had to actually come up with the idea of creating gin in the first place. The Drunken Botanist explores the roots of your favorite spirits. From ... continue reading
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SuicideGirls: Hard Girls, Soft Light

We're not going to waste time explaining why we love SuicideGirls because it's pretty obvious, and you probably feel the same way. Hard Girls, Soft Light is the coffee table version of one of our favorite sites on the Internet and focuses on the seemingly rough and tumble "hard" girls exposing their more vulnerable, ... continue reading
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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
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Meat America

Apparently, Dominic Episcopo never got the memo that you're not supposed to play with your food. In fact, it would appear he was given the exact opposite set of instructions as a youngster. Luckily, the meat artist (not a sexual innuendo) got extra playful with his new book "Meat America." The visually hunger-inducing ... continue reading
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Where Chefs Eat

The issue with Yelp and other restaurant review sites and apps is that you've entrusted plenty of fools with helping you decide where to eat. You really want dudes who reviewed the hot dogs at 7-Eleven to chime in on your dining experience? With Where Chefs Eat, you'll get restaurant picks from people who legitimately know ... continue reading
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The Mr. Porter Paperback

The Mr. Porter Paperback: The Manual for a Stylish Life is as close to a style bible as we'll probably ever get. Actually, let's backtrack a few steps. There are also a few other "style bibles" out there and this is just Mr. Porter's take on it. Labels are irrelevant though because this is pretty damn good. The first ... continue reading
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Banksy: The Man Behind the Wall

In case you guys weren't paying attention, it was recently announced that, in addition to being editors for Cool Material, we're Banksy. Probably should have thrown a "spoiler alert" in there, so sorry if we just ruined it for you. All kidding aside, Banksy is an international icon, a cultural phenomenon and the guy ... continue reading
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The Dark Knight Bookshelf

You might not be engulfed in the smell of rich mahogany like you would at Wayne Manor, but you can still store your hardcovers like a true Dark Knight fan. The Dark Knight Bookshelf is made to order (if you've got 290 bones to spend on a very small amount of book storage) and about the sweetest way to store a few ... continue reading
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The Unofficial LEGO Builder’s Guide

While we're probably a bit better than when we were kids, our LEGO building skills still leave something to be desired. With The Unofficial LEGO Builder's Guide, we can finally craft respectable things with everyone's favorite toy brick/barefoot booby trap.  With detailed plans on building a space shuttle, a train ... continue reading
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101 Essential Rock Records

101 Essential Rock Records is, as you might have expected, a book about 101 rock records that are, well, essential. It's all about the golden age of vinyl from The Beatles "Please Please Me" to the Sex Pistols' "Never Mind the Bollocks." It's an impressive collection regardless, but what we find most interesting is ... continue reading
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Terrywood

We've got two big thumbs up for Terrywood. The latest book from photographer/dude-every-guy-wants-to-be, is a compilation of all his work that was on display in his Terrywood show from earlier this year. While it might not be as heavy on the scantily clad models as you would hope, the collection offers a unique, behind-the-scenes ... continue reading
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Razrs: Lost Pictures Found On Old Razr Phones

Buying 44 old Motorola Razr phones on Ebay sounds like a terrible investment. Even if they only cost a couple of bucks, that's like another beer or a burger or something. Luckily, Kyle Williams had the forethought to make that purchase and then collect some ancient texts, sexts, pics and vids for your viewing pleasure. ... continue reading
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