“Et tu, Brute?”
Who among us hasn’t been “betrayed” by our deodorant? Do we hold it accountable, or do we just live with it and blame ourselves?
In their quest for the perfect men’s deodorant, Brut really cranked the weirdness meter up to 11, as evidenced by the groundbreaking technique shown below:
The result? The most superior men’s deodorants ever created, embodied in two separate scents: Black Ice and Blue Wave.
I tried both and found them to be distinctly different. While both scents are subtle to your nostrils, Black Ice is a stronger scent, a little more forceful.
Blue Wave was barely even detectable, but it provided a crisp, fresh scent that lived up to the name Blue Wave, which made me think of the chick-centric surfing movie, Blue Crush.
Blue Wave is like Kate Bosworth’s character, Anne Marie. Free flowing and effective, but unsure about pursuing her dream of becoming a professional surfer over a pending relationship with NFL quarterback Matt Tollman in town for the Pro Bowl in Hawaii during the offseason.
Black Ice is the hardcore Eden, played by uber-babe Michelle Rodriguez. It’s rugged, rough and uncompromising, but still super hot and appealing in a completely different way.
DirtSearch.org, a free background check that searches public, criminal, arrest, civil, speeding tickets and more, has just released the top 10 female gold digger names and the list puts Jennifer on top. For anybody who has ever known a Jennifer, this is no big surprise.
DirtSearch.org pulled data from over 2 million background searches and looked closely at the female names most often searched.
Out of that list, the names that come up most often in the top 10 are Jennifer, Jessica and Michelle, followed by Lisa and Ashley.
Here are the Top 10:
If you are dating a woman and are questioning if she has a shady past or are ais qualified ‘gold digger’ just after your bank account, here are ways to tell:
1. A sense of entitlement: She thinks she is a princess and has no long-term or short-term goals. Search her first name and last name anonymously on a background search site such as DirtSearch.org. Sites such as that one searches through online public records based on an algorithm and aggregates data across the internet to find what is listed online.
2. Trouble paying their bills: Gold diggers drop hints that they may be evicted or their car might be repossessed when instead they are buying $400 shoes and watches.
3. Age range: The girl is 30 years younger than you but tells you that she is 15 years younger.
4. She never pays for anything.
5. She is into expensive and lavish gifts. The girl asks you to pay for nails, hair and lavish trips.
6. They indulge in a pipe dream. She is constantly talking about becoming an actress or a model.
Check out DirtSearch.org by following this link.
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Since Clint Dempsey and the U.S. Men’s National Soccer team were knocked out early in the World Cup four years ago in South Africa, he’s been on a mission to DO:MORE so he could ultimately IMPROVE and lead the team farther during this summer’s matches in Brazil.
To help tell his personal IMPROVE story, Degree Men enlisted the help of ‘Mad Men’ star and soccer fan, Jon Hamm, to direct the short film, “On The Move.”
Here’s a behind the scenes look featuring Hamm and Dempsey:
We spoke with Clint recently and asked the US Soccer captain 10 questions, here are a few choice cuts:
1. Talk about your partnership with Degree: DO MORE and how one lucky soccer fan can win a trip to Brazil in June to support you and the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team.
Degree is working with soccer and promoting the game. And also they’ve got the new deodorant now out with Degree Motion Sense technology where the more you move the more protection you get. The cool thing about it the campaign is, if you go to degreesoccer.com, a fan can win a trip to Brazil to join us at the World Cup this summer, so that will be exciting.
2. Is scoring a goal the hardest thing to do in sports?
At times, it feels like that, but other times, it feels like luck is on your side. It is a great feeling. For me growing up, whether I scored a touchdown or hit a home run, or scored a goal, scoring a goal is the greatest feeling to me. It gave me such a rush you want to keep doing it over and over again. That’s the reason I love the game. I love that it’s continuous, there aren’t that many stoppages, and scoring a goal is why I fell in love with it.
3. What does it feel like to be the captain of the American team?
One, it puts more pressure on me to try to will the team on. At the same time, there are a lot of players on the team that have played in World Cups, and will be ready for that challenge. We have a lot of leaders on this team; not just myself. Michael Bradley, Tim Howard and plenty of others that have that experience and really helped the team out in tough times. We’re a team that’s in good hands and we’re looking forward to the challenge, and I’m excited about that opportunity.
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The new Vaseline Men Spray Lotion came to me in a time of need. My skin was drier than the driest Norm McDonald joke. So dry, in fact, that had my friends known, my new name would’ve been “Ashley” rather than Paul because I was so ashy.
Sure, the combination of Vaseline with a spray-on lotion lends itself perfectly to a masturbation joke. But guys, I’m not going to tug your chain — this stuff works.
Vaseline Men Spray Lotion is available in two formulas: Fast Absorbing and Fast Cooling.
Spray-on lotion may sound like a gimmick, but it’s actually really useful for certain troublesome areas. For me, one such area is the top middle of my back.
I’ve gotten used to glopping an excessive amount of lotion on my hand and sort of waywardly slapping it back there, usually with mixed results.
But the continuous “spray-ability” of Vaseline Men Spray Lotion allowed me to zero in on an area I couldn’t have otherwise reached. No, not that area, sir. I can reach there just fine, thank you.
Vaseline Men Spray Lotion absorbed into my skin faster than any lotion I have ever used. And there wasn’t a slimy residue that made my clothes stick to the area I covered; at least not from the spray lotion, anyway.
What is WallMonkey? A WallMonkey is a wall graphic created from an image and converted into a decal of variable sizes that are removable and reusable; think Fathead, but a higher quality material with any unlicensed image you select.
WallMonkeys started in 2008, and its primary purpose was to print wall graphics of kids playing sports for parents.
I thought, “What is the most ridiculous and obnoxious thing I could have blown up to cover the walls of my house?”
My mind immediately sprung to Austin Powers and his epic line from the movie, “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery”: Please allow myself, to introduce….myself.”
What’s better than going to my house and seeing the real Paul Eide? Seeing a 48-inch WallMonkey of Paul Eide, while you’re engaged in a conversation with Paul Eide.
The hardest part was choosing an image of myself, to be viewed and enjoyed by myself.
The art of the pickup line is lost on certain babes, to be sure. But baby, if we get all sleazy with you, it’s only because we care.
Amazingly, sleaze turns into charm when it’s uttered in non-English.
With this in mind, your friends at One Hour Translation, a leading provider of human powered translation services around the world, have your back.
Think of One Hour Translation as a sex machine for words. They’ve actually taken the work out of it for you by assembling a list of the 10 best pick up lines to slay chicks on vacation, available in English, Spanish, Italian and French.
“You’re single. I’m single. Coincidence? I think not.”
o Tú eres soltera. Yo también. ¿Será coincidencia? No creo. –Spanish
o Sei single. Sono single. Sarà una coincidenza? Io dico di no –Italian
o Tu es célibataire. Je suis célibataire. Coïncidence ? Je ne pense pas. – French
“Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?”
o ¿Te dolió cuando te caíste del paraíso? –Spanish
o Ti sei fatta male cadendo dal cielo? – Italian
o Tu as eu mal quand tu es tombé de haut ? - French
“I memorized every number in the phone book, but managed to lose yours. I’m going to need to get that.”
o Me aprendí de memoria todos los teléfonos de la guía telefónica, pero resulta que se me olvidó el tuyo. Tendremos que remediar eso. – Spanish
o Ho memorizzato ogni numero della mia rubrica, ma sono riuscito a perdere il tuo. Ho bisogno di ritrovarlo. – Italian
o J’ai appris tous les numéros de l’annuaire, mais j’ai réussi à perdre le tien. Je vais en avoir besoin. – French
“I don’t know if you know this, but you look a lot like my next girlfriend/boyfriend.”
o No sé si te lo hayan dicho, pero te pareces mucho a mi próxima novia. – Spanish
o Non so se lo sai, ma sembri la/il mia/o prossima/o ragazza/ragazzo. – Italian
o Je ne sais pas si tu sais, mais tu ressembles beaucoup à mon ex petite amie / petit ami. – French
“Are you a 90 degree angle? ‘Cause you’re looking right!”
o ¿Eres un ángulo de 90 grados? ¡Porque te ves correcta! – Spanish
o Sei un angolo di 90°? Perché in te vedo un angolo di cielo! – Italian
o Es-tu un angle droit ? Parce que tu as l’air bien - French
”If I had to rate you from 1-10 I would rate you as a 9 because I am the one that you are missing.”
o Si tuviera que calificarte del 1 al 10 te pondría 9, porque yo soy el uno que te falta. – Spanish
o Se dovessi darti un giudizio da 1 a 10, ti darei 9, io sono la parte che ti manca per arrivare a 10. – Italian
o Si je devais te donner une note entre 1 et 10, je te donnerais 9 car je suis le point qui te manque. – French
“Do your legs hurt from running through my dreams all night?”
o ¿Te duelen las piernas por haber corrido toda la noche en mis sueños? –Spanish
o Non sei stanca? Ti ho vista tutta notte nei miei sogni – Italian
o Est-ce que tu as mal aux jambes d’avoir couru dans mes rêves toute la nuit ? – French
“Are you religious? Because you’re the answer to all my prayers.”
o ¿Eres religiosa? Porque eres la respuesta a todas mis oraciones. – Spanish
o Credi in Dio? Perché sei la risposta a tutte le mie preghiere – Italian
o Tu es croyante? Parce que tu es la réponse à toutes mes prières. – French
“Is that a mirror in your pocket? Because I can see myself in your pants.”
o ¿Tienes un espejo en el bolsillo? Porque me veo metido en tus pantalones. – Spanish
o Hai uno specchietto in tasca? Mi vedo riflesso nei tuoi pantaloni. – Italian
o C’est un miroir dans ta poche ? Parce que je me vois dans ton pantalon. – French
“Do you know what my shirt is made of? Boyfriend material.”
o ¿Sabes de que está hecha mi camisa? De material de novio. – Spanish
o Sai di cosa è fatta questa camicia? Fibra di fidanzato. – Italian
o Tu sais de quoi est faite ma chemise ? De tissu de petit ami. – French
Which team provided the biggest underdog moment in NCAA history? 2013 Florida Gulf Coast? 1983 NC State? 1996 Princeton?
Degree Men deodorant launched “Clash of the Underdogs,” a series of brackets that place history’s favorite March Madness underdog victories against each other, and gives fans the chance to vote for the greatest of all time. Fans can visit www.DegreeBasketball.com and vote for their favorite NCAA March Madness “underdog moments,” and then register for the chance to win a trip to the 2015 NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis.
As the Official Locker Room Products of NCAA Championships, Degree Men wants to make sure that you are set for the March Madness frenzy and stay ahead of sweat and odor during those buzzer-beating moments. Try out the Degree Men limited edition NCAA basketball-themed Sport Defense stick which has new and improved MOTIONSENSE™ Technology.
It’s the only antiperspirant/deodorant that releases extra microcapsules when you start to move – not just when you start to sweat – protecting you from sweat and odor for 48 hours and allowing you to DO:MORE. The more you move, the more it protects.
When I was a kid, I used to think the old guys who took care of their yards were losers. While I was zooming around the neighborhood smoking bowls in my car listening to Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, I thought it was pathetic how homeowners genuinely took pride in their lawns. Surely there was more to life than a new mower, hedge trimmer or edger, I surmised.
But now that I’m in my 30s and have become one of those losers, I’m here to tell you that there isn’t more to life than that.
In fact, it feels awesome to manicure your lawn, tend your garden, and then blow the clippings off of your driveway with a leaf blower upon completion. It makes the iced tea I enjoy in my folding lawn chair post-yardwork taste that much more crisp, the AM talk radio that bellows out of my open garage that much more insightful, and the episodes of “Wheel of Fortune” that I have on DVR for post-lawn enjoyment that much more stirring.
But do you know what does suck about lawn maintenance? Inadequate, cumbersome tools.
What if outdoor power equipment (OPE) tools were easy to use? What if they were actually enjoyable? What if when you were done, you felt good about yourself and your yard?
The engineers at Kobalt have not only delivered a ground-breaking collection of OPEs, but they’ve done it with empathy in mind.
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It’s “time” to get a watch, playa. Rich people wear watches. If you’re trying to get your paper right, get a badass watch and show some fools “what time it is.”
A new survey from Spectrem Group’s Millionaire Corner shows most wealthy investors wear wristwatches (67 percent), with the percentage of wearers increasing with wealth. Which is why you should consider a new time piece from RumbaTime’s Bowery watch collection.
The collection was inspired by RumbaTime owner Drew Deters’ trip to Japan and the natural elements of bamboo and earth tones that pepper the landscape and culture.
At first, I wasn’t crazy about the neutral color options the Bowery Collection was available in. But the Army Green band with leather accents grew on me and actually helped me figure out how to diversify my wardrobe around the watch. The watch made me want to wear brown shoes and earth tones so I could wear it.
My favorite part about the watch was the face. The face plate is a crisp white that pops and accents both the hands of the watch and the green line indices that denote the hours.
What were you doing when you were 21 years old? For NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Larson, the answer is driving the #42 Target Chevrolet, going head to head with NASCAR legends like Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
“Being only 21-years old, I get to race against a lot of guys who have been racing since I was a toddler,” said Larson regarding his rookie season. “It’s neat to race those guys, especially Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart. It’s going to be a lot of fun, but hopefully I can beat them.”
Larson made his Sprint Cup Series debut in last week’s Daytona 500 and was slowed early on, finishing 38th. But he followed that up with a 20th place finish at Phoenix this past weekend.
A rookie hasn’t won a Sprint Cup race since Joey Logano in 2009. Then again, no rookie has been hailed by both Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart as a can’t-miss prospect.
The Elk Grove, California native has gone from being a local driver to a Sprint Cup driver in just two and a half years.
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