Putting Pen to Paper: Examining the pros and cons of writing love letters. Courage, gentlemen. [ Magnificent Bastard] Thou Shalt Not: The 17 commandments of holiday style, according to Esquire. For what it’s worth, we’d offer dispensation on the “seasonal colors” rule. [ Esquire] Trunkless in Budapest: A writer examines the deep, enduring shame of forgetting one’s bathing suit at a Hungarian bath. Apparently black boxer-briefs really do come in handy. [ World Hum]
All the Colors: A visual guide to the latest Girl Talk album. [ Mashup Breakdown]
Mr. Browne Speaks: Thom Browne weighs in on New York’s most common style mistake and being asked to design the tuxedo for Mr. Peanut. [ GQ UK] The 1-Step Productivity Plan…: ….is getting up early. Seriously, that’s the whole thing. You may find that you prefer an unproductive life. [ The 99 Percent] Girls Will Talk: Why the new Girl Talk album is awesome, in so many words. [ The Awl]
A Gentleman’s Guide to National Unfriend Day: Or, how to politely back out of an online friendship, as if it were a women’s bathroom. Start with ex-girlfriends. [ Gizmodo]
It looks like Pittsburgh’s finest loop digger is back again.
After making a smash two summers back with his first album
*Night Ripper*, Girl Talk has released another semi-legal collection of pasted-together hooks and old school beats. And for this one, titled *Feed the Animals*, he’s decided to pull a Radiohead, making it available online for whatever his fans want to pay.
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