Caffeine is a joke.
I used to drink two pots of coffee a day. Then I cut back. I thought it was enhancing me, but sometimes I felt it was actually blunting me, stressing me out, making me feel like I was having a heart attack if I didn’t get it, made my heart race when I did get it, hurting emotional intelligence, and making me a snappy jerk.
The real kicker was I read this study that said for regular caffeine users, the “performance boost” we’re getting is actually just reversing caffeine withdrawal! That’s it I said. This is a trap and I want out. I want to quit caffeine. So I weaned myself to decaf. It was hard and there were some sleepy days at work and I fell back off and on the wagon several times. Now I just downgraded to herbal tea. I guess I’m now just addicted to hot flavored water.
And if I don’t get my celestial seasonings in the morning, you better watch out.
Between custom sweaters hand-knitted to look pre-worn, and dress shirts coated with a special polymer so they’ll never take a press, the new casual is anything but!
'Where did you get those 2014 glasses?' this lady asked me. 'The future!' I replied. 'They've got a million of 'em!'
Tofurkey. Turducken. Vegetarian turducken? Turfucken.
My neighbors love to play a game called “Bass Wars.” Basically, you are made of bass and you shoot bass at bass enemies to protect your base, which is made of bass. From what I hear, it’s a great way to pass the time at 2 in the morning.
Dear Mr Sartorialist: As a man, should I tuck my pants into my boots?
Great question! Do you work in construction? Are you a cranberry bog farmer? For either sport or profession, are you a horseback rider, especially in the areas of jumping or dressage? Do you live in area with high populations of fire ants? Are you an SS officer? Are you part of an advance scouting party that checks stagnant pools for leaches?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, feel free to tuck your pants into your boots.
If you answered no, keep your pants outside your boots for chrissakes.