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  • Nike Goes Back to the Future Delorean Style

    Marty McFly would love these pair of Nike 6.0 Dunk SE DeLorean Sneakers. Inspired by the iconic DMC-12 from Back to the Future, these kicks feature a matte silver upperbody and soles that mimic the DMC’s taillights. No price has been released and rumors are that only 1,000 pairs will be available.

  • World’s Most Expensive Beer

    Beer fans: considering that beer is made mostly of water, you’d figure that the purer the water, the better the beer. That’s the theory at least behind Antarctic Nail Ale, an extremely limited run beer brewed with ice from Antarctica made by Australia-based Nail Brewing. In a recent auction, the first of only 30 bottles brewed sold for a whopping $800. Granted, the price may have been inflated since the proceeds went to benefit the Sea Shepherds of Whale Wars fame. If you’re curious what Antarctic beer tastes like, bottles #2 through 10 are available for purchase.

  • Girls of Entourage

    Yeah, yeah, we know you like Entourage. It’s a show with interesting characters, great story lines, and let’s be honest: smoking hot girls. Well the folks at Spike TV have put together the 3 minute-plus video below showcasing some of your favorite Entourage ladies to promote their re-launch of Entourage on Friday, November 19th (11PM/10C). The video isn’t completely SFW so close your office door before you hit play. Watch Video ›

  • Not That Kind of Pearl Necklace

    I couldn’t stop laughing when I first saw this “pearl necklace” by Leah Piepgras. You’ll either get it or you don’t so I won’t elaborate. Gents, if you’d like to get one for your girl, you can buy this sterling silver necklace for $420. But please make sure she has one helluva sense of humor.

  • Erik Estrada Shades

    OK, granted these Estrada sunglasses aren’t exactly luxe but don’t tell me you won’t be turning heads when you pimp them out in the next pool party. These shades are replicas of the ones worn by Mr. CHP’s himself on those hilarious Burger King commercials. Unfortunately, these aren’t up to safety standards, with the “ESTRADA” emblazoned on the lenses and all, so don’t actually wear them when you’re driving or doing anything where proper vision is important. Buy a pair here and 100% of the proceeds will go the Have It Your Way Foundation.

  • Strip Poker Vegas Style

    This is why we love Las Vegas. The Excalibur has started offering something extra with their Saturday night poker tournaments. With your $40 buy-in, you’ll not only have the opportunity to win a decent-sized pot, but you’ll also get to see a lovely “dancer” take off an article of clothing after each player busts out. While presumably all the players will get to enjoy the strip show, the winner will also get a photo with the bare model for that oh-so memorable MySpace profile pic. Check out their website for complete rules.

  • Be a Man

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re straight, gay, Democrat, Republican. There are some basic traits that every man should have. In this month’s issue of Esquire, Tom Chiarella tells us what those traits are. Below is a quick excerpt. Man up, read the rest of the article, and see how far short you fall of being a man. “A man carries cash. A man looks out for those around him — woman, friend, stranger. A man can cook eggs. A man can always find something good to watch on television. A man makes things — a rock wall, a table, the tuition money. Or he rebuilds — engines, watches, fortunes. He passes along expertise, one man to the next. Know-how survives him. This is immortality. A man can speak to dogs. A man fantasizes that kung fu lives deep inside him somewhere. A man knows how to sneak a look at cleavage and doesn’t care if he gets busted once in a while.”

  • The Twitter Doctrine

    I hate meetings. I hate teleconferences. I hate long arse work emails by corporate monkeys pontificating about a bunch of nonsense. That is why I am implementing the Twitter Doctrine in my department. No emails, whether inbound or outbound, can be more than 140 characters long. If you need more than that to get your point across, you need to learn to summarize. No meetings or telecons will last longer than 140 seconds. Most meetings are spent jibber-jabbering about everything but the topic at hand (how was your weekend, no I didn’t catch American Idol last night, blah, blah, blah) and often times people will take the opportunity to get on their soapbox and blather on and on. With only 140 seconds, people will be forced to get to the point. Worst case, you can always send around a follow-up email if you missed anything during the meeting. Just make sure to keep it under 140 characters.

  • Pickup Line Generator

    I have some serious game with fat girls, ugly girls, or girls I just don’t like. But when it comes to girls I’m actually attracted to, all that macking ability goes out the window. If you’re like me, and need help hitting on women, check out this site that generates pick up lines. OK, admittedly telling that hot girl at the bar “First, I’d like to kiss you passionately on the lips, then, I’ll move up to your belly button” probably won’t get you anything other than a slap across the face.

  • Sasha Grey for Black Magazine

    Sasha Grey could very well be America’s New Sweetheart. As the most recent, and possibly most talented porn star to cross over into the main stream world, Sasha is every guy’s dream girlfriend. That is if you don’t mind that your girlfriend performs DP scenes on film (which btw, 3 out 4 G Luxe Crewmembers don’t mind at all). Her latest non-porn work (but probably still NSFW) is this sexy photo shoot for Black Magazine shot at the Sunset Marquis Hotel and Villas in Los Angeles.

  • America’s Dirtiest Hotel

    Hotel Carter in New York City earned the dubious distinction from Trip Advisor as the Dirtiest Hotel in the US for 2009. Check out some of the disgusting - and admittedly hilarious reviews by some of their guests: “The room was totally smelly, the bed was surprisingly good but we itched all night ( bedbugs) nothing worked, the hall way reeked of smoke couldnt wait to get out of their the next morning wouldnt recomend this hotel to anyone it should be closed down.” “The room was so dirty that the Health Board should have closed it down years ago, the bed sheets was fairly clean, and thats about all. The windows towards the street was broken, the bath curtain was rotten…. seemed like a bad movie where only the police marks on the floor was missing.” “I should have known that when I got a hotel in Manhattan for 100 a night that it would be a nasty bug infested experience! The downstairs bathroom in the lobby has graffiti that says “if you want an STD stay here!” It was the worst experience of my life and I ended up checking out that night and promply calling EVERY hotel in the city to find better accomodations. I ended up at the crowne plaza for 450 and it was worth EVERY penny! Do not stay in this place if your life depends on it. I wouldnt reccomend this hotel to my worst enemy of fear that they may die with some horrible disease.” Sadly, we know some cheap bastards who would probably still stay at this hotel.

  • Topless Coffee

    Vassalboro, Maine is the last place we would expect to find a topless cafe, but the small Northeastern town is exactly where The Grand View Topless Coffee Shop recently opened. As the name implies, you’ll be able to get a tasty cup of Joe served to you by topless servers - both females and males since they are an equal opportunity employer after all. However, we suspect that most of the indignation coming from local residents are with regards to the bare-breasted ladies. While you won’t be able to get a lap-dance with your espresso, we have to give The Grand View kudos for taking the whole sexy coffee concept to a whole new, erotic level.

  • $60,000 Bar Bill

    As we pointed out before, not everyone is hurting in the current global recession, including apparently a few of those big spending investment bankers. Want proof? Check out this bar bill that a banker and a few of his cohorts racked up during a recent binge-fest at London’s Maya nightclub. In an evening of alcoholic indulgence, the group spent over $60,000 on 16 bottles including multiple orders of Dom Perignon and Crystal champagne, as well as an $8,000 tip for some lucky waitress named Anna. This is a tab that would put even Diddy to shame. Of course, this could have simply been one last hurrah before our banker friend heads off to the unemployment line.

  • Racetrack Driveway

    Think you’re a baller now that you’ve built that chipping and putting green in your backyard? That ain’t nothing my friend, at least not when compared to what this guy in Florida did with his driveway. As revealed in an aerial photo capture by Google Earth, the owner of a posh water-side home has built a race track in his drive way complete with FIA curbs at every corner. It’s anyone’s guess what he’s racing but even if it’s souped-up riding mowers, we are terribly jealous.

  • Buy a Town for Less Than a Million

    Why bother buying a home, even with the deals to be found in the current real estate debacle, when you can buy yourself an entire town for the bargain basement price of only $883,000. Sure Albert, Texas is basically a ghost town located 20 miles east of Fredericksburg (we have no freaking idea where Fredericksburg is) but for less than a million bucks, you can pick yourself up 13 acres of land complete with a dance hall (think Little House on the Prairie and not Nikki Beach), a beer garden (we’re assuming you’ll have to bring your own beer), a creek, a shoolhouse that was actually attended by President Lyndon B. Johnson, and a three-bedroom house. There also may or may not be 4 residents living in Albert so presumably they would be part of the purchase price as well.

  • Expensive Balls of Ice

    If you think spending five bucks for a bottle of water is ridiculous, you’ll really be pissed when that hot brunette convinces you to drop eight bucks for a single cube…I mean sphere of ice the next time you’re at a club. Defying the current economic environment - and perhaps common sense - Glace Luxury Ice Company is selling hand carved ice spheres made from Canadian purified water that they claim is free from minerals and pollutants. A set of five balls will cost $40 but you can order in bulk for the bargain basement price of $1440.

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