• Take A Balloon Ride To Near Space For Just $75,000

    Are you upset because you don’t think you can get the $250,000 necessary for a Virgin Galactic flight into space? Don’t worry, you pathetically poor creature, for you can go to near space for a fraction of the cost. At the low price of $75,000 a ticket, you and all your friends will soon be ballooning 19 miles above the Earth. You can afford that at least, can’t you?

  • 24 of the Best Adventure Trips to take Right Now

    Whether you want to travel around the globe chasing adventure like a wild rabbit or stay domestic venturing off into the beautiful scenery this fine country has to offer, there’s a big world out there tailored to the adventure seekers of the world. Mens Journal released 24 of the best adventures trips to go on right now. Here are a few to wet your palette. Hike St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains Airborne Kenyan Safari Sail and Surf Tortola, St. Thomas Descend down Colorado’s Black Canyon for some Trout Shark Dive Rangiroa’s  Tiputa Pass Check out the Full List at Mens Journal

  • Peyton Manning’s Papa Johns Are Raking In Dough

    Peyton Manning can do no wrong these days. He bought up 21 Papa John’s stores in the Denver area last year and they’ve all seen an increase in business. Thousands of dollars a day, in fact. This is great news for Eli. Maybe Peyton can get him a job at one of the stores after this season. 

  • Fantastical Fictive Beer from Your Favorite Movies, Books and TV Shows (Infographic)

    This insanely detailed infographic, by Pop Chart Labs on fictional beers from around pop culture features selection of 74 beers from some of the greatest movies, books, and TV shows. The poster isn’t only accurate, but incredibly nostalgic bringing back memories from the days when a less creepy and more rotund Drew Carey used to swig back Buzz Beer in Cleveland or the days when Dave Cheppelle wasn’t crazy and used to do renditions of Samuel Jackson’s Mother F*cking Beer, It’ll get you drunk.

  • Heineken Sub Home Tabletop Beer Cooler

    Heineken has announced their newest beer delivery system innovation and it looks pretty damn cool. The SUB holds 2 liters of beer at a time in a canister called a Torp (keep backups your fridge!) then “superchills” it for an unmatched draft experience. And you can mail order Torps in many different brands of beer, not just Heineken. The device will be available first in France and Italy, but you can keep up with release info on The SUB website. This will undoubtedly be a mancave essential as soon as we can get our hands on one in America.

  • Inside the New Manhattan NFL Office

    Ted Moudis Associates worked with the NFL to create a new headquarters at 345 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The result, a modern, sleek looking office with the right identify the NFL brand wants to personify. “One of the NFL’s most important goals for the project was to carry its strong brand identity throughout the design. Our team worked closely with the NFL’s Creative Group to develop a design that celebrated the NFL Brand while providing the organization with an amazing workplace.” Office Snapshots and Eric Laignel show us around their new digs.

  • If Beer Ads Were Honest [Video]

    Is it sad that despite all of the negative things about beer in this “honest ad” from Cracked, it still made me want to drink? I guess it doesn’t matter what a beer commercial has to say, as long as they actually show a beer, I’m sold!

  • All Aboard The Swedish Ship Götheborg [13 Photos]

    How would you like to quit your boring office job for life at sea aboard a replica of an 18th century wooden sailing vessel? Is the lack of internet and abundance of pirates worth not having to put up with traffic or that guy who makes that whistling noise every time he exhales who sits in the cubicle next to you? Imgur user dwickedman thinks so. He quit his job to join the crew of 80 men and this year sailed for five months, covering 10,000 nautical miles. He shared these incredible photos and we salute him for having the balls to do something we’ve all dreamt of.

  • 5 Halloween Party Beverages

    Halloween is quickly approaching and with the explosion of seasonal fall beers, there will almost be too many to choose from. The big winner this season is pumpkin. Pumpkin spiced everything, and beer is no different with countless breweries coming out of the woodwork to feature their pumpkin seasonal. Spiked apple is another heavy hitter this season, with some big breweries releasing a delicious take on a fall favorite. Here are five beverages to bring or have at your next Halloween Party. Flying Dog Dogtoberfest Marzen A great Oktoberfest alternative. Much different from traditional renditions, with heavy accents on sweetness and spices. The hops are plentiful, but not overwhelming adding a toasted flavor to very hearty brew.   Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin This 9.0% pumpkin flavored batch gives off a buttery aroma, followed by a pumpkin, malts and nutmeg taste with heavy hints of spices. A full body that is flavorful without being to filling considering the amount of flavor and alcohol content.   Gritty McDuffs Halloween Ale A self described ‘Extra Special Bitter, because there is more of everything that goes into a regular bitter is added. Pours a cloudy dark amber color with very little head on cask and a nice more »

  • It’s International Day Of The Nacho! Celebrate With This Depressing Video

    Did you know October 21 is International Day of the Nacho? That’s right, today we praise the great Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya, the god among men who first put melted cheese and jalapeno peppers on corn chips. To celebrate, here is a video of a sad man preparing a terrible looking nacho recipe, set to depressing music. So watch this video and feel bad about everything, then refrain from actually making these nachos, and instead call up a friend and go socialize while eating some decent nachos at your favorite bar or restaurant.

  • How To Get A Haircut Like Ryan Gosling

    Are you sick and tired of everyone making fun of your hairstyle? Do women take one look at your coif and flee in terror? Does your do cause babies and small children to howl with fright until you either put on a hat or leave the area? Well, Lloyd Christmas, maybe it’s time you get that bowl off of your head and walk into a barbershop. Let barber Zach Linhardt teach you how to get a haircut like Ryan Gosling. Now you just have to work on your ugly face. 

  • 5 Things To Look For In A Woman

    Are you constantly confused to find that your relationships with girls you find physically attractive but have nothing in common with never seem to work? Wondering why you can’t make it work with someone with a different schedule and values than you? I don’t get it either, but apparently Dr. NerdLove (who seems pretty smart for a fake doctor) has a grasp on this situation. Read his 5 tips and you’ll be able to find your mate. If not, then it’s probably your fault and nobody will ever love you, so just give up on it already. 

  • Nat Geo: Deep Inside The Largest Cave in the World (10 Photos)

    The Quang Binh province in Vietnam is home to the Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world. The cave is so big, it has it’s own jungle deep within the caverns and can fit a full skyscraper. In 1991, the cave was found by Ho Khanh, a local to the area and later by British explorers in 2009, and what they found was a bevy of natural cavernous wonders, cave pearls, ancient fossils and oh yeah, a jungle with a gigantic river running through it. The full size of the cavern is 200km wide with a height of 150km and a length of 9km, some of the carverns are so large they can house a modern skyscraper. If you’re in the area, tours are available to the public, but for a hefty price of $3,000. Nat Geo and photographer, Carsten Peter capture a never before seen look at the immense cave.

  • The Day JFK Died, Reconstructed Moment by Moment

    Next month marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. How clearly do you remember that day? Probably not very well, especially since most of you weren’t born yet. And if you were born, you’re probably pretty old now and your memory isn’t what it used to be, despite all those ginkgo biloba supplements you take every morning (if you remember). Luckily for all of us, Esquire has recreated that day minute by minute from noon til dusk. 

  • United States Hangover Statistics [Infographic]

    Looking at these statistics makes me feel much better about my own alcohol consumption. I always thought of myself as a real mess with my constant drinking and incessant hangovers who most of society looked down upon, but it turns out that most of you folks are drunks too! How about we grab a drink to celebrate this revelation? 

  • Cook Me Dinner, Friends: Maple Glazed Pork Chops

    This week has been a whirl wind of flavor, starting out with spicey buffalo turkey burgers then chicken curry and Last night I visited Jameel in the heart of Hamilton Park, Jersey City for some good ol’ fashioned pork chops. Maple glazed pork chops actually. Butter maple glazed pork chops to be exact. All in all the entire meal took about 20 minutes total to make, but the return on flavor was out of this world. The ancho chili powder complimented the sweetness of the maple glaze to create a bond of flavor Isaac Newton would be proud of. Cook Me Dinner, Friends: It’s time for a change. So I’m setting out every night this week to find simple easy to make meals taught by young professionals on a budget and time constraint. The mission; contact friends and colleagues around the NYC area to invite me into their humble abodes and apartments to cook me their signature dishes. Their go-to dish they can make with their eyes closed after a long day of office f*ckery. So I bring to you, ”Cook Me Dinner, Friends” Ingredients: 4 teaspoons ancho chili powder 1 teaspoon salt 6 (10-ounce) center cut bone-in pork chops, more »

  • 6 Presidents Who Never Would Have Been Elected Today

    Some of our most beloved presidents could never get elected by today’s voters. Whether it’s due to their physical attributes, elitism, or questionable personal lives, we could have been without some of our greatest executives if they were born in a different generation. Even our hallowed Teddy Roosevelt made the list!

  • This 19 Year Old ‘Hair of the Dog’ Beer Costs $2,000

    Wine that costs over $1,000? Yeah, maybe, but a beer? What has the world come to? Portland-based Hair of the Dog Brewery is releasing “Dave” is a strong, dark beer with 29% alcohol content that has been aged for 19 years. The $2,000 price tag was implemented by Alan Sprints, Dave’s creator, it was designed to make people look at beer in a higher standard. With the emergence of craft breweries, beer has taken on a higher brow identity, almost snobbish in a sense (I blame the hipsters), but what “Dave” is doing is probably the first of many, the same way big contract baseball did in the 90′s, opening up the market to pay big money for brews. The myth that some beers don’t age like wine is actually false, the more mass produced beers go bad after time, but craft brews with better quality ingredients and flavor age well, bringing out certain flavors while mellowing others. I guess the sales of “Dave” Speak for themselves. Dave’s price has went up steadily over the last decade and a half, from US$80 in 1998 to US$2,000 this year, the brewery released 12 bottles of Dave last month, they sold out within a few hours.

  • Cook Me Dinner, Friends: Chicken Curry

    This week’s journey to suppertime glory began with spicy, but lean turkey burgers and last night we kicked it into full throttle by heading to the West Village of Manhattan to visit a couple who spent a great deal of time in India and can’t quite kick the curry. Chad an Joanna, a newly married happy couple living in the heart of the West Village decided to give themselves a $50 budget to set out and buy groceries for the week. A $50 weekly grocery budget in Manhattan? Yes, it’s possible, with smart spending and a bit of traveling, everything we ate was not only purchased within that budget, but with extra to cook for the remainder of the week. It’s not easy being an after hours young professional in the kitchen. It’s late, you’re spent, overworked and the last thing you want to do is gather up ingredients to start the ever long process of cooking dinner. With delivery sites like Seamless and Delivery.com making ordering food dangerously simple, the supper time culinary arts are being laid by the wayside. It’s time for a change. So I’m setting out every night this week to find simple easy to make more »

  • “Cook Me Dinner, Friends” A New Food Series by the RSVLTS: The Buffalo Turkey Burger

    It’s not easy being an after hours young professional in the kitchen. It’s late, you’re spent, overworked and the last thing you want to do is gather up ingredients to start the ever long process of cooking dinner. With delivery sites like Seamless and Delivery.com making ordering  food dangerously simple (I ordered a crepe the other night. One F*cking crepe), the supper time culinary arts are being laid by the wayside. It’s time for a change. So I’m setting out every night this week to find simple easy to make meals taught by young professionals on a budget and time constraint. The mission; contact friends and colleagues around the NYC area to invite me into their humble abodes and apartments to cook me their signature dishes. Their go-to dish they can make with their eyes closed after a long day of office f*ckery. So I bring to you, “Cook Me Dinner, Friends” Last night I headed to Staten Island to visit Lauren and her delicious buffalo style Turkey burgers. The burgers are meant to mimic the flavor of your favorite buffalo wings while still keeping the meal fairly lean. With a prep time of about 10 minutes and cook time of about more »

  • 10 Craziest High-Octane Alcohols From Around The World

    Let Guyism take you on a tour of the most high-proof alcohols on the market around the world. Familiar names like Everclear and Absinthe make the cut along with some really crazy liquors like Poland’s Spirytus, which is 96% alcohol. The next step is a video collection of people trying all these out. 

  • A Look Inside The Lamborghini Museum Courtesy Of Google [16 Photos]

    Google Street View now allows you to take a virtual tour of Lamborghini’s museum in Italy all from the comfort of your ergonomic workstation. Google gives you access to two floors and 1500 square-meters filled with some of the world’s greatest supercars. “Walking” around the museum is fun and all, but with Grand Theft Auto V fresh in our minds, I’d like to have the ability to take one of the cars for a virtual test drive and then virtually run down pedestrians on a narrow Italian street. Bravissimo!

  • Starbucks Baristas Butchering Names [30 Photos]

    Apparently, spelling names can be pretty tough for some Starbucks baristas. As someone named Joe, this is a problem that never even entered my mind, but the way that even simple names like Emily and Lauren and Tess are butchered in these photos shows that I’m just incredibly lucky. Good thing I have the Starbucks Spelling Tumblr to look at and enjoy the frustration endured by all the Danielle’s of the world. Seriously, they have a lot of trouble with Danielle. And has Apple really become a more common name than Abdul that a barista would think of that first?? Damn you, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin!

  • Iceland May Just Be The Most Beautiful Place On Earth [17 HQ Photos]

    Never been to Iceland before? It is one of the cheapest international destinations for anyone living in the eastern part of the United States and as you’ll see from the photos, it might just be the most beautiful place in the world. We found travel deals on Iceland Air and LivingSocial starting at only $600 so jump on them while you can.

  • Eye-Popping Photos Show How They Get The Minerals That Power Your Gadgets

    Everyone has heard about blood diamonds, but what about the blood involved in the mining of tungsten or tin or gold? All these materials that are needed in tech manufacturing are often mined in conflict-ridden zones in Africa. Photographer Marcus Bleasdale has been covering the Democratic Republic of Congo for National Geographic since 1999 and has captured amazing photos of the people whose work affects us more than we ever think about.

  • RSVLTS Was The First To Try A Billion Dollar Pizza

    When Pizza Hut released the original Stuffed Crust Pizza in 1995 it quickly became one of the most iconic products ever introduced in the restaurant industry. probably similar to what Taco Bell recently did with the Doritos Locos Tacos in spring 2012. This past weekend we traveled to Texas for the Austin City Limits. While at the music festival we got to check out some of the top music acts in the industry and we’re lucky enough to be the first people on Earth (outside of Pizza Hut executives) to try the new 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza. Yes, the first. This pizza is expected to do $1 billion in sales globally and RSVLTS.com was literally the first people to try it. Boom! Photo via Grubgrade.com The 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza, created by the world’s foremost pizza scientist Wiley E. Bates III, who’s pizza creations are served to over one million consumers each week features white cheddar, mozzarella and provolone cheeses wrapped into individual pockets in the crust. Our first impression. Fantastic. And at only $12 for a large you can’t find a better pizza option for your Monday Night Football blowout. Our trip to Austin with Pizza Hut got a more »

  • How Do You Measure Up With The Average Man? (Link)

    Graphic artist Nikolay Lamm has created depictions of average men from around the world for his Body Measurement Project. The proportions are based on data from the CDC. Apparently, men in the United States between the ages of 30-39 are getting a bit rotund, with an average waist of 39 inches. Being nowhere near that, I’m feeling pretty good about myself right now. 

  • 5 Drinks You Should Make While Drunk Dialing A Congressman

    As the government shutdown continues into its tenth day, it’s good to know there are great(ly inebriated) citizens who are doing something to let Congress know how angry they are. Drunk Dial Congress is a site that encourages Americans to get half a shitter on (or a whole shitter for you shy, shrinking violet types) and type in their phone number and they will shortly be connected with the office of a random congressperson. Once connected, the site contains a variety of talking points for you to drunkenly expound on, especially useful for those of us not blessed with the gift of gab. Personally, we like “I can’t watch the panda.” Also, to get you in the political mindset, the site offers up five themed drink recipes we’ve collected below.

  • Winter Storm Atlas Tears Through Wyoming, Montana, And South Dakota (20 Photos)

    Turn on any of the 24-hour news channels right now and you’ll find plenty of coverage on the government shutdown and the new Federal Reserve Chair, but little if any information about Winter Storm Atlas. The first storm of the 2013-14 season wreaked havoc in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana for days and will surely have a huge impact on the region. The Weather Channel has been collecting photos from their viewers and put together an incredible gallery. We’ve got 20 of them here to raise some awareness of the storm, but you can see the rest at The Weather Channel.

  • Beer Fridges In Europe Open Only For Canadians

    Canadian beer company Molson has installed beer fridges all across Europe, offering free beers to passersby. The only catch? You must be Canadian for it to open. That’s right, it scans your passport and will only open if the passport can be verified as Canadian. Luckily, our northern neighbors are so damn polite, they’ll be sure to empty out the fridges and hand out beers all over Europe then apologize for the inconvenience.