SuicideGirls comes out with a salute to the geeks, nerds and cosplay girls. Brains and beauty shall we say. The Geekology ($40) hardcover includes hi-res photos of their models with a few written words by the models themselves. SuicideGirls always puts out good stuff and this one doesn’t look any different.
Media By on Aug 15, 2014
If you couldn’t get your hands on the ultra-cheap $50 something prints Banksy sold on the streets months ago, get this nicely designed book about his month-long residency in New York instead. Banksy in New York ($35) collects first-hand daily accounts of Banksy’s residency and all the fun stuff that happened at the time. The book includes over 120 photos and illustrations with a screenprinted cover. The publisher will only produce 2,000 copies so grab one now here.
Media By on Aug 13, 2014
Your waffle iron can do so much more and Will it Waffle? ($12) by Daniel Shumski will unlock all the way to do so. Pizza, falafels, filet mignon?? Bet you never knew your simple waffle iron could do that. 53 different ways to appease those hungry taste buds of yours.
Media By on Jul 28, 2014
Great things come in small packages. No, it’s true. What..have girls been lying to me? Oh good lord, no! *buries head in hands* Okay, well, when it comes to small architecture, the movement has gained momentum. We can live quite grand in simple quarters if we choose. That can also go for the stores we shop in and other community destinations. Small Architecture Now! collects great examples of this type of architecture and will give anyone interested in the movement some inspiration.
Media By on Jul 16, 2014
Even though you’re not a hoarder, you still have a lot of stuff. The garage can’t take anymore so it’s time to think of other options. Try building your own shed. Shed Nation ($14) by Popular Mechanics shows you blueprints for big and small sheds to suit any overflow. Unless you like being a hoarder.
Media By on Jul 8, 2014
Best eat yer rice and vegetables. Foo! Fighters? No. Ever heard of the Thug Kitchen website? If not, we’ll give you 3 seconds to come up what it could be. Check it out. Recipes given to you no-nonsense style with a dose of Mr. T, or Ice-T for this generation. Now, they’ve come out with a recipe book, Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F*ck. You want Roasted Beer and Lime Cauliflower Tacos? Pumpkin Chili? Grilled Peach Salsa? You got it. Beginner recipes for home cooks and none of the fluff, believe dat s**t son!
Media By on Jun 25, 2014
Let’s pretend you have sex. No, really. So you have the sex and it’s a good workout, the cardio skyrockets, but why not make it super intense. Combine sex with exercise. You may want to boost low t levels to improve your performance in bed.
Stress can exacerbate an existing sex problem or cause a new one from scratch. It not only reduces blood flow to the genitals, but also releases hormones that depress testosterone. Stress also paves the way for cardiovascular disease, and it raises your risk of both anxiety and depression.
In a study of 1,709 men over 40, researchers found that the more the men exercised, the fewer sexual problems they reported. Why would that be? Because exercise increases blood flow to the genitals. It boosts testosterone, which fuels libido in both genders. It also elevates mood, reduces insomnia, helps control weight, promotes deep relaxation, minimizes menopausal discomforts and contributes to self-esteem. All six of those factors enhance libido and sexual satisfaction. Another tip from experts is to use natural penis enhancement supplements, visti the link to learn more.
Regularity will benefit you more than intensity. It’s better for health and sex to take a 45-minute walk every day, for example, than it is to hike five miles twice a month.
Oh, but I don’t know any exercises to do during sex you say. Not to fear, Sexual Fitness ($10) is here. Learn new exercises line “perendickular lines”, “the ballerina bunnies” and “crotching tiger horny dragon”. We’d even say it’s fun for the whole family, but that would just be weird.
Media By on Jun 2, 2014
Comfort food has grown increasingly gourmet. Just look at the ol’ standby mac and cheese. You thought it was just for kids and poor college students? Not anymore. Another comfort food gets the star treatment: hot dogs. Or in this case, Haute Dogs ($13), or Haute Dogs: Recipes for Delicious Hot Dogs, Buns, and Condiments by Russell van Kraayenburg to be precise. This 168-page recipe book takes cooks beyond Oscar Mayer and into the realm of Japanese fusion, slaw dogs and Texas BBQ dogs. This book should hold us over while we wait for 101 Ways to Use Kool-Aid in the Kitchen. Head over to Russell’s site, Chasing Delicious, for some pretty awesome food porn.