Designed by Josh Woodle, the Hypnos sleep hoodie will let you nap anywhere.
Back in the 1960s, jogging was something only athletes and boxers really did. Normal people mostly didn’t do it — and when they did, it was cause for concern.
Consumerism shouldn’t hold a vice-like grip on our lives. And social media, well, we need to throw-off the shackles we so eagerly put on ourselves.
Before long, so-called hipster looks started showing up at big-box retailers.
Thanks to this bad boy, you’ll never again have to choose between starting the day with a coveted cup of coffee or a quick wake-and-bake session.
Luckily, the arrangement wasn’t just a one-way street. I wasn’t always the one being helped. It wasn’t like that at all. I would cook for girls, adventure with them, make them laugh, and inspire many to change some part of their life, big or small. One girl I met made the decision to quit her job and embark on a solo-backpacking trip across South America.
Earlier on in my childhood, it was easy to forget that I didn’t have the internet or cable TV. Instead, we had a PlayStation, a temperamental VHS/DVD hybrid player, and an offline Compaq desktop running Windows Millennium Edition, an operating system legendary for its terribleness.
Not long ago one of our programmers just lost it and he lost it good.
How this myth got started isn’t exactly known. One possible contributing factor to this myth was Marilyn Monroe’s a typical extreme hour glass shape. More directly, it probably partially stems from the fact that women’s sizes today are not at all equivalent to women’s sizes in the 1950s. In the 1980s, in order to accommodate people’s vanity and ever expanding girth, the U.S. Department of Commerce got rid of the uniform sizing system and instead allowed for more ego stroking sizes. As a result of this, today, a size 8 would have been roughly equivalent to a size 16-18 in the 1950s, obviously though this varies a shocking amount from brand to brand.
When given the choice between hot coffee and hot sex in the morning, what would you choose?