Telegraph's 2010 Calendars: Nude, Charity, and Bizarre Edition

Telegraph’s 2010 Calendars: Nude, Charity, and Bizarre Edition

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It’s no longer “appropriate” to have gratuitous pictures of women hanging on your cubicle walls at work.  You can’t even hang up cute pictures of your puppies and kittens (Come on man, we know they aren’t really your girlfriends, she’s allergic to cats.) without getting some level of scorn from the fellow denizens of Dunder Mifflin.  But if you slap a bunch of numbers and occasionally some words on them, you have a one-way trip to productivity and TPS report nirvana. You say gratuitous imagery, I say time reckoning device.  So long Dilbert, leave the muffins.

Telegraph delivers with a selection of delicious (Hot Mormon Muffins), rock-solid (Men on a Mission), morbid (Zombie Pin-Ups), tawdry (“Hot Chicks in Coffins” [Tentative title]), and downright pointless (you can figure this one out) calendars that will make you laugh, cry, and maybe even hurl. Mormonism has never been so cool.

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Cold brew coffee is taking over pretty much every coffee shop in existence, even the big chains. But if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to spend money on things you can easily make at home, the Cold Bruer gives you that option. It uses a slow-drip method to create a drink that highlights the natural flavors of the coffee bean, while being attractive enough to sit next to (or replace) your traditional coffee maker. If you’re partial to the flavors and smoothness of cold brew and want to start making your own, the Cold Bruer is a good place to start.

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