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Regifting is the act of taking a previously received gift and giving it to another person, often under the guise of a new gift. Not something your groomsmen will stand for. You can stop it with the manufactured collective gasp of disbelief, because a study done in 2008 by Consumer Reports says that more than 1 in 3 people are “regifters” – are you?!I personally believe this number is much higher due to folks who don’t want to admit they’ve recycled presents onto an unsuspecting recipient. From a scarf you don’t care for to a book you’ve already read, what is the harm in sharing the spoils and uncluttering your closet?
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Have the ups and downs of the economy got you stressed out? Worried about work, the bills, the kids – are your temples starting to pound. The perfect solution to these modern-day maelstroms of bad mood is to simply turn your outlook around with a little frivolous fun. DUEWPCJ9FVZ4
On the eve of the fourth season of Emmy-award winning show, Mad Men, the AMC drama about 1960s-style big advertising, we can't help but put our own slick spin on the cufflink. Ahh, the cufflink - such a small part of the wardrobe, but yet makes such a big fashion statement. Shirtsleeves without exquisite cufflinks are like a dinner party table that has not be set with the silverware or a fine luxury car missing the tell-tale hood ornament. Do not let another important business or social event go by without elevating your image with a pair of cufflinks.
Oscar Wilde is attributed with saying “One should either be a work of art or wear a work of art”. That can be difficult when you have to wear a basic men’s suit to work everyday. However, with the hot trend of cufflinks for men this season, it is easy to do the latter just by popping a pair through the button holes of your French cuffs. All the hip and happening guys from James Bond (okay, he’s not real but we wish he was) to P. Diddy to other celebrities and sports stars are wearing these must-have men’s accessories when they head uptown, downtown and all around town.
Holy matrimony, Batman! We’ve seen some strange wedding ceremonies in our day, but this Superhero-inspired wedding just might take the proverbial cake by leaps and bounds. In July of 2010, a British couple, Sharon Wetherell and Neil Vaughan, tied the knot dressed as Wonderwoman and Batman while a crowd of their costume-clad sidekicks witnesses the happy event. I think Mr. Incredible, Robin, Laura Croft, The Incredible Hulk and other characters were spotted in the wedding party.
Do you love beer, do you really love beer? From brewskis and suds to cold ones and malt, perhaps nobody declares their love for beer more concisely than Homer Simpson, “Mmmmm. Beer.” If you love beer so much, why don’t you marry it? Well, that’s just silly, instead you can make beer the focal part of your wedding, aside from the bride, of course.
More marriages occur in the month of June than in any other page of the calendar. We also suspect this statistic, paired with seasonably warm temperatures, means that grooms-to-be and their golf-loving gang are out on the links enjoying a few final rounds of golf. For the nervous groom, there’s no better way to work out the jitters than driving a ball down the green and hanging out with the guys. Here are some great ideas for golf-inspired bachelor parties.
It seems just like just yesterday you were playing ball in the sandlot with your best friends and then riding bikes up to buy soda and candy that you wouldn’t tell your mother about. But now you are all grown up and on the cusp of getting married, my how time flies! One thing that will never change is the bond you share with these great guys you’ve known forever and will soon be standing by your side in the wedding.
Drink coasters have been around for a long, long time. Back in November of 1893 a fastidious guy by the name of Koch received a patent his idea for a beverage coaster used to protect furniture from the condensation on the outside of the glass and accidental spillage from the top. While this neat-freak may have been the first inventor named on the books, we have a suspicion that coasters have a history that goes even further back – probably back to those conscientious cave women slipping pieces of bark under the beverages of their less-than-modern men.RQ8D8W4FGQSR
Drink coasters have been around for a long, long time. Back in November of 1893 a fastidious guy by the name of Koch received a patent his idea for a beverage coaster used to protect furniture from the condensation on the outside of the glass and accidental spillage from the top. While this neat-freak may have been the first inventor named on the books, we have a suspicion that coasters have a history that goes even further back – probably back to those conscientious cave women slipping pieces of bark under the beverages of their less-than-modern men.
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