Technology has been an ongoing boon to music makers and music lovers alike, but the downside is that anyone with a personal music collection has had a rough time keeping up over the last forty years or so. A 7-in-1 music player (AM, FM, CD, vinyl, cassette, bluetooth, and auxiliary in) allows them to get some use out of all that accumulated music without needing a room full of stereo equipment.
Massive upper body strength may not be the prime evolutionary strategy it used to be, but it’s still fun. The problem is, those old jazzercise DVDs from the 90s just won’t cut it if they’re looking to really pump up those pythons. The good news is that they don’t need a massive set of iron weights like you’ll find at a commercial gym. All they need is a sturdy apparatus that allows them to move their own carcass around. This badboy will help them build a set of guns that even the NRA will be scared of.
Way back when, Japanese noblemen used to wrap their feet in expensive fish to flaunt their wealth to the lower classes. The practice eventually stopped for two reasons: 1) society came to see it as disrespectful toward those who struggled to feed themselves, and 2) it made their feet smell even worse. But history repeats itself and fashion trends always make a comeback. These sushi-patterned socks offer all of the benefits of the old fish-foot tradition, and none of the less desirable social aspects.