Molly talks about how Go Pro was just the start of the star-on-your-head camera craze. Tom is introduced to Slender Man and his cousin Trender man. Plus, you won’t *need* matching luggage if you get rid one thing a day, and who’s Hadoken-ing.
‘Biting Elbows’ Go Pro Video (NSFW!)
Slender Man (and its derivative, Trender Man)
Cross Fit and kettle bells, Why you should always hold your drink in the left hand (thanks Lisa Borodkin!), feminism & shooting lessons. Oh and Japanese snack foods.
Tom discovers a new hashtag and Molly a new source for sleazy stories. And why Tom’s pouring the whiskey.
Big time advertisers on one of the sleaziest websites online.
*Alternate meaning discovered since recording: “ThrowbackThursday”
Molly dishes on why people are dishing about what they are reading. And Tom reveals the source of his Chambray shirt knowledge.
Molly introduces Tom to shrubs in the cocktail world while Tom introduces Molly to artisnal hardware. ARTISNAL HARDWARE?!? Yeah, kind of like that. Also denim shirts and standing desks.
Hot new drink trends
What is a Shrub?
Standing desks? Eff that noise. WALKING desks!
Tom’s standing desk is from Ergotron.
Molly notices more real fur showing up everywhere. Tom spots the kickstarter avalance. And a viewer calls out those fake disposable cup and straw things that aren’t disposable.
Beyonce takes it too far
Veronica Mars Kickstarter
Molly points out the stupendous amount of public art happening in a supposed economic downturn. And Tom just gets old fashioned and crotchety about RSS.
Barbara Kruger’s art, inspiration for Lisa’s It’s A Thing Logo
San Francisco’s Bay Lights
RSS Wikipedia article
Molly notices fewer people putting up with the behavior of trolls. Tom is astounded with the mad scientist methods of brewing amazing coffee.
Example of comment trolls backlash
Crazier and crazier ways of brewing coffee
Molly takes us into the steamy secret world of speakeasies and Tom discovers windshield washer etiquette.
Tom just heard about the windshield washer thing from a friend.
Tom talks stunning burgers and Molly’s taken by children’s Lego reviews.
KidzVuz, where kids review things of all stripes
Sample Lego set review; Molly’s almost 6-year-old not only watches these CONSTANTLY, he now makes me film them.
Movie review: Sugarplum Wreck-it Ralph
Father’s Office burgers
The Counter burgers
Original Tommy’s burgers
Five Guys burgers