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Book Club: Super Bowl Prop Bets

  • Kempt Staff
Book Club: Super Bowl Prop Bets

The big Super Bowl bets—the winners, the spreads—they’re boring. We don’t want to make those. We want to bet on whether someone will scurry onto the field with a tattoo of their failing Bitcoin conversion app on their back, for the free publicity. We want prop bets.

And here they are.

On the Importance of 1993, Beyoncé’s Hips and Fake Tanner

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93 Till Infinity: Vulture explores the idea that 1993 changed the world—including lesser-known facts, like that was the year Moby got his first EarthLink account.

Ravishing Rick: With the news of Richard III’s exhumed bones in a Leicester, England, parking lot, Vanity Fair imagines how that might inform a high schooler’s essay on the eponymous Shakespeare play.

African-Americana: NPR delves deep into Beyoncé’s halftime performance—charting it from its vaudevillian roots to its current-day significance in pop culture and beyond.

But of Kors: GQ gets some timely tips from Michael Kors on playing to your strengths and using fake tanner.

Quoth Ray Lewis: Nevermore

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Ravens Win

For Whom the Bowl Tolls: Grantland puts the Ravens’ Super Bowl win last night into context.

Slam Dunk in the Dark: How Oreo managed to use the bizarre mid-game blackout to launch a viral Twitter Super Bowl ad that cost 0.0 million dollars.

Photo Finish: The best photos from last night’s big game, courtesy of CNN—plus a five-sentence summary for those who missed it.

Clydesdales and Octogenarians: The Washington Post counts down the five best commercials from last night’s festivities.

You Should Be Reading Kempt Right Now

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Bloggerly Love: Complex rounds up the 25 men’s style blogs you should be reading now, including yours truly. Suffice to say, they know what they’re talking about.

Wind Power: Esquire gets the first look at the Windmill Club’s foray into shirting.

Sinfully Short Shorts: Reminiscing over the budding abstinence promoter Kirk Cameron—and the hilarious video that started it all.

Pregame Ritual: The sexiest Super Bowl commercials in GIF form, courtesy of GQ.