Jail House Fire Hot Sauce advertises itself as “the only hot sauce created by inmates.” And, really, do you need any more reason beyond that to buy it? You’re a man, as you know.
If you think you’re the toughest guy on the block while you’re slathering your chicken with some TGIFriday’s weak sauce, then you better think again. Now, if you’re cooking with some sauce made by straight up convicts…you are in the contention for manliest man in your circle. These guys don’t really have much else going on there in prison, so you know they’ve probably spent plenty of time perfecting this stuff. And us spice lovers will reap the benefits! The Jail House Fire Hot Sauce comes in three flavors: Original, Smoke, and the aptly named No Escape, which is their hottest sauce. Additionally, all profits made from the sauce go to equipment and supplies for inmate programs. The bottles go from $3.00 to $7.00 (plus shipping) and can all be found on their website.
You know what would be good to have the next time you and your buddies are you having beers and chicken wings? A video like this one of Travis Pastrana flying a rally car and landing it on a barge for free.
Luckily for you, Break has revamped and improved their already-bodacious iPhone application. As always, you’ll have access to the best Break videos, updated every day, giving you the best pranks, stunts, girls and epic fails literally in the palm of your hand (or in your iPod dock, or iPod stand, or wherever). Wanna see a guy knocking his own teeth out with a shotgun? Got it. Maybe you’d rather see a hot girl doing a cam dance? Got it. Maybe you’d prefer a guy using a Great White to tow him on a surfboard. Got that, too.
The new version, though, has added the (in)famous Break picture galleries. Click through the gallery to see full-screen pictures of the internets finest babes, funniest moments, ridiculous situations, and more. The application is free and is available for immediately. Download the Break.com Application now.
The Exerspy is a personal fitness coach that’s the size of an angel on your shoulder telling you exactly how to work out. This isn’t the bulky heart rate monitor from before we lived in 2010. The future’s pretty cool.
And, in our experience, it’s a lot cheaper than a personal trainer at the one-time fee of $300. For that, you’ll get Simple food logging system with 50,000-item database from CalorieKing™, up-to-the-minute calorie burn, physical activity, steps and more. It also has lifestyle menus written by registered dietitians to help you figure out healthy choices when you’re not on the trail, pounding it out. Programmed in are unlimited cardio, walking and resistance training programs from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, customized supplement plans based on your goal, and access to The Fitness Vault—thousands of videos, articles, FAQs. Stop second guessing your workouts, and apply some mathematics to your muscles. Learn more or buy yours here.
Jewelry, bracelets, cufflinks, necklaces–they exist for one reason: to look good. Or rather, to make the person wearing them look good. This has been the case since the accessory was invented.
But in this day and age, serving one purpose just isn’t going to cut it. Where is the functionality? We don’t just want a telephone that makes phone calls; we want one that plays music and takes pictures. We don’t just want a car that drives; we want one with satellite radio and TV’s for the back seat. We don’t just want a toaster; we want one that shoots lasers and grants wishes (look for this in a future Made Mail). But you get our point. It’s time you pick up some Tonia Welter USB Jewelry. They offer six different types of accessories that will look great, and carry up to 4GB. Pick up a stylish necklace for her or a pair of sweet cufflinks for yourself. All the Tonia Welter products are hand-made in Germany and made to order. Is there any way you can possibly not feel like James Bond while carrying computerized data in your cufflinks? Find out. Just head here.
Alright, it’s time to get serious about the picture-taking. It’s a new decade here, people. We’re living in the future. Everybody and their mother (actually, especially mothers) has a flashy new digital camera.
They’re as thin as a coaster and smaller than a deck of playing cards, but is smaller really what signifies better? With the race to put all emerging technology in front of the machine from “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” people can miss some very unique products. For instance, the Ricoh GXR. This camera is admittedly not the most stylish, but it certainly separates itself from all the plain old digital cameras every college girl uses to post drunken pics of her and her besties on Facebook. What sets it apart is the interchangeable lenses you can use to customize exactly what kind of photo you’d like to take, whether you’re in the bright outdoors or a dimly lit room. And while size is not its main attraction, the Ricoh is still one of the smallest and lightest cameras on the market to boot. It’s the best of both worlds, so read more about it here.
It’s time to send Mr. Coffee packing. He’s old and busted. The Naoto Fukasawa Coffee and Tea Maker is the new hotness. Yes, we are using Will Smith lines to talk about a coffee maker. That’s how cool this Naoto Fukasawa one is.
First, it’s tight and compact, as opposed to other, bulkier coffee makers. It will fit perfectly in any kitchen, ideal for a small one with not a lot of counter space, and blend right in. The difference between Mr. Coffee and Fukasawa’s coffee maker? Fukasawa makes this look good. Somebody stop us. The Fukasawa Coffee and Tea Maker will brew up to six cups of coffee or tea at a time, by filtering water through an activated charcoal filter, and will take less than ten minutes to do so. The machine even won a Good Design award in Japan in 2007, which Naoto Fukasawa has won in the past for other gadgets like a wall-mounted CD-player and a series of laptops for Samsung. The guy knows what he’s doing. The Naoto Fukasawa Coffee and Tea Maker will set you back around $300, but you’re paying for fast, quality coffee, space efficiency, and a cool-looking design. You can find the Naoto Fukasawa Coffee and Tea Maker here.
This is the Looflighter. It looks like some contraption girls would use to curl their hair. But, let’s make this perfectly clear right off the bat, that is one of the last things you should ever do with the Looflighter.
The Looflighter is used to start fires, primarily, one would assume, in a fireplace. But it does so without using any sparks or lighter fluid. No, the Looflighter is much more exciting: it blasts out an intense amount of hot air. Like really hot. Like 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit hot. Then, anything flammable surrounding it bursts into flames. The appeal is that over time the Looflighter will save you money on lighter fluid. Also, it blasts out heat at 1,000 degrees. And you hold it. In your hand. Is there a more manly contraption? Perhaps a flame-thrower. But the Looflighter is kind of cooler because it doesn’t throw flames, it creates them just by being next to something. It’s like a magic fire wand of awesome. Of course, it is not recommended the Looflighter be used as a weapon but for now, it will light your fireplace just fine. The Looflighter goes for $80 and can be purchased here.
Need to try and cut down on your swearing? Especially in your tweets on Twitter? There’s a great way to monitor just how bad of a mouth you have (or maybe we should say how fingers you have since you are typing).
Cursebird is a real-time feed of all the swears people are tweeting from around the globe. It even gives a “seven day overview” of what curse words are being used the most, and tells you whether it’s up or down. Currently, the F word is down 2.11% from last week. This is like the Nasdaq of potty-mouth. The coolest feature is probably being able to type in your own Twitter name and see your world ranking in swearing, how many times you’ve sworn, and your swearing score. The higher your score, the better class you are awarded. For example, if you swear a lot, your Cursebird ranking is Gangsta Rapper, or a bit below that, an Enthusiastic Porn Star. Head on over to http://cursebird.com and check out the sh*t they got on you.
It’s been a dream since childhood: to play with all the hottest intergalactic babes from that galaxy far, far away. Play what exactly is up to the individual’s fantasy, but it might be better left unsaid here.
Besides, those fantasies will never be fulfilled since those characters are fictional (debatable), so tough luck, right? We have a suggestion. The Ladies of Star Wars Playing Cards from ThinkGeek will do just the trick next time you have the boys over for a poker night and are feeling like spicing things up a bit. Because let’s face it; the Queen of Hearts on a regular deck of playing cards is kind of busted. Especially compared to Jabba the Hut’s sandbarge-scene Princess Leia in that gold bikini. And Leia is not all you will find. There are aliens of every race, not just humans, like those dancing girls with the long things coming out of their heads that when you think about it must serve absolutely no evolutionary purpose… besides looking hot! The only question is, are we counting Threepio as a lady of Star Wars? He was pretty dainty. The full deck of playing cards is cheap at $4.99, so why not, right? You can find it here.
As a Facebook user, odds are you’ve seen or even used the Facebook Graffiti Art App. You know, where you make pictures for your friends and leave them on their walls? It’s pretty horrible art, we can all agree.
Stick figures were more like Stick ambiguous squiggly lines. It takes a steady hand to master the art of the Graffiti Art. You might have better things to do, like join your friend’s Mob or grow a veggie patch in Farmville! Luckily a few clutch artists did seem to nail the Graffiti Art, and the people behind the app realized these were too good to remain on imaginary Internet walls alone. They are now offering prints of the best of the best for you to hang on your real physical walls. Brilliant. There are almost fifty to choose from and counting, and surprisingly they are all beautiful and well crafted. The prints are offered in Standard size ($9.85) and Huge ($19.95) and can be found here. Just make sure your friends don’t start writing messages to you on your real walls. That won’t look as cool.