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Exit Through the Gift Shop
Simply one of the best documentaries of all time. Why? Because it’s not just an interesting movie that tells an improbable tale, the movie itself stirs up so much talk and doubt about how these events all came together to happen, that the project, the film, the hoax is the greatest piece of art that Banksy has brought to the world yet.


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Reading Batman in Vietnamese

Of all the ways to take in the amazing tales of Batman and his alter-ego Bruce Nguyen, doing so in Vietnamese is definitely one of them.

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Snuggie
I really shouldn't have to explain this one but for the uninitiated, The Snuggie is simply the best invention to come along in decades. Their advertisements have apparently led some to believe it is an inferior product, or worse, a gimmick. Nothing could be further from the truth. 

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Tom’s of Maine – Apricot Deodorant
We’ve all heard of grape smugglers and banana hammocks. Similarly, as little as they have to do with actual fruit, Tom’s of Maine apricot scented deodorant has to do with testicles. I will tell you that it actually does smell like you are surreptitiously hiding an apricot stand in your shirt.

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Argyle Socks
If you’re like us you want to be cool, but you don’t want to beat people over the head with how cool you are. So instead of always wearing a tweed jacket with patches on the sleeves and a tobacco pipe to match, we recommend argyle socks. One of the many good things about them is that even the ugliest of argyle socks are still kind of cool. Make sure to get enough to wear everyday you wear pants.

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Hot Tubs
A hot tub is like the ultimate cheat on a video game. With hot tubs, life is the video game, and the cheat keeps you and those in the hot tub drunk, your muscles relaxed, and let’s you start the game half naked.

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Playing Jenga while Inebriated
Jenga itself is a glorious and time honored tradition. For a new level of intensity; try playing drunk. Similar to driving after you’ve had too much to drink (An activity which Studious Bison condemns), you feel as though your focus is improved and the game suddenly becomes Thunderdome-esque.

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Canada Dry
I'm a big Ginger Ale fan and I always have been. I love the way it tastes which is probably the most important thing but also, I like the way I feel about myself when I'm drinking a Ginger Ale. I love the name- Ginger Ale. It rolls off the tongue rather nicely and has a very pleasant sound to it. The word Ginger puts me at ease; it conjures up images of a comfortable living room with a rocking chair and a crackling fireplace. And of course Ale sounds hearty and full of bravado. I think Ginger Ale is the Scotch of carbonated beverages and I’m proud to say I enjoy it immensely.

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Canadian Jugs
Jug = Pitcher, Canadian = Beer. After having both of these terms clarified for me, it was obvious, regarding drinking choices in Vancouver, Canadian Jugs are likely your best way to go. In a city, province, country where micro-brewed six-packs of beer will run you $12.98, and a bottle of Glenfiddich 12yr will set you back $60, the $13 investment in a jug of Canadian is a financially sound, and reasonable decision. If you are traveling from the U.S., and have a knack for planning ahead Canada’s customs allows 1.5 liters of wine, 40 oz of liquor, or 24 twelve-ounce cans (or 355ml) to be brought with you into the country.

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Talcum Powder
Inner-thigh chaffing is fun for no one. We know this. Whether you’re Maurice Jones-Drew (star NFL running back with a 33-inch waist and two 33-inch thighs) or just someone overweight that wears out jeans from the inseam out, we are sympathetic to chaffage. That’s why we recommend talcum powder. Apply generously and you will take care of your rosy thighs and have nice-smelling privates. A true win-win.