Let’s get this out of the way: Betabrand calls its synthetic fleece Vagisoft. Yes, it’s material named after a woman’s privates. And yes, cofounder Chris Lindland is aware of the product’s Beavis & Butthead-ness and occasionally fields complaints from people who aren’t comfortable with the concept—despite the fact that Betabrand markets the resulting garments as “so ineffably comfy, test subjects had to be removed from them with the Jaws of Life.”
When Mercedes wanted an appropriate visual to explain its “Magic Body Control” active suspension system, the brand turned to—what else?—chickens.
"All the credits go to the chickens, which are just naturally able to keep their head steady…" You have to see the ad.
Whoops. Apple Maps glitch sends drivers to airport runway…
So long, pit stains. This “performance dress shirt" eliminates your sweat problem.
File under silly but perhaps necessary inventions.
Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t. A new book to help you navigate the new office politics.
USB condoms: “If you’re going to run around plugging your phone into strange USB ports, at least be safe about it.”
Advertising on porn sites works, just ask Eat24.
"It makes perfect sense when you think about it. They enjoy a life without pants and are constantly working up a huge appetite. Eat24 and porn stars are a match made in sexy heaven!"
"You’ve sold your phone department to Microsoft, why are you even tweeting about the iPhone? Clearly your phones don’t measure up.."
Kit Kat (the candy) creates an entire website spoofing KitKat (the Android OS).
Good morning! If you’ve felt like you’ve been kicking yourself all week, here are a few tips to help you end the week on a high note:
- 6 habits to help you ride the (inevitable) waves of work stress
- How Kanye is so perplexingly productive
- Everyone at Google is meditating. You should too
Have a great day!
Want to know what dirty words your great great great grandfather probably used? Here, 2,600 slang terms for genitalia throughout the ages…
In a new ad, Jell-O wants to prove it’s still fun.
This typography beard guide pairs popular beard styles with their font brothers.