Looking to insert some innuendo or humor to your holiday gift giving? I’d like to ask you to check out my friend’s online t-shirt store, shirtsngrins.com.
This is Large Tony’s online shop and he is currently offering 15% off purchases if you use the code: HDAY2014, but Tony is offering BosGuy readers 20% off if you purchase two or more shirts if you use the code: BOSGUY. Either way it is a great deal.
Order early if you want to make sure to get them in time for Christmas – although the holiday code Tony has set up is good through Sunday, January 4, 2015.
I know that this story broke yesterday but I was busy with work and had no time to share my congratulations to Michael Sam for being one of those honored with a GQ cover for their Men of the Year issue. I don’t know Michael Sam and I don’t follow football but he is a profile in courage who deserves to be honored and recognized. Congratulations Michael Sam and best of luck to you in 2015.
The American Field pop-up exhibition and market which celebrates the best of U.S. made clothing, accessories, goods and furniture, and the people who made them is today and tomorrow. In addition to the many vendors the event will have speakers, live music, live demos, food and drinks.
The event is free and open to the public from 12:30 – 8:30 pm Saturday and Sunday in Boston’s Innovation and Design Building in the Seaport District at 21-25 Drydock Avenue. Get your directions here (a free shuttle will be running from South Station as well).
More information about the event can be found on their website, americanfield.us.
I’m not a fashionista but even I can see this is a fashion faux pas. Check out the “Penis Pants”, conceived of and designed in the 1970s by Eldridge Clever.
The pants are designed with two styles, one with an oval-shaped pouch and the other (as shown on the left) with a “tubular shaped extension for the man’s penis and an adjoining smaller pouch for his testicles.”
Even more flummoxing is the tag line in the print commercial, “You’ll be the cock of the walk…” for realz.
Inspired by a recent article in The Boston Globe, I started a week of “free fitness posts” yesterday and I asked Kyle to use his weekly post today to focus on one of the great FREE fitness programs in the city of Boston. If you happened to miss the November Project morning work out this morning that I suggested in my post yesterday (you can read about it here) then maybe you’ll be tempted to try one of these free workouts in Boston’s Post Office Square tomorrow (Tuesday).
While a variety of classes are offered each weekday in Post Office Square, on Tuesdays, in the morning you can join Nicole for a Pilates class that starts at 7:15 AM sharp or if you are not a morning person, you can always join the free boot camp run by Erin that starts at 5:30 PM.
You can get more information about these and other classes in Boston’s Post Office Square this month by linking here.
Kyle is a nationally certified personal trainer, certified nutritionist, and lifestyle motivator out of Los Angeles, CA. He has been training for 5 years and has experience working with top-tier celebrity and executive clientele. When he’s not in the gym, Kyle is reading philosophy or writing poetry.
Is this a lame attempt to feign interest in fashion or just another excuse to post photos of handsome men on my blog? I’ll let you make that call.
Last week The Boston Globe was commenting on David Colman’s WSJ fashion article about how men’s shorts seem to be getting shorter. The subtitle reads, Long for so long, men’s shorts are showing up in a range of inseams – from short to shorter to shortest.
I dress fairly conservatively so it isn’t likely that I’ll be wearing anything similar to the shorts I first wore back in the ’80s, but I’m more than happy to encourage other guys (esp the guy below) to follow the trend.
By comparison these don’t seem all that short so maybe I’ll wear these.
Source: City of Somerville, MA
While the opening dates for many of these new outlets are not slated for another week or two, some stores are already open for business. The Nike Factory Store is scheduled to open this Friday (May 16th) with more opening in the coming weeks. Between May 22 and the end of the month, 18 stores are expected to open with another 14 stores expected to open by the end of September.
Read more about this in Boston Magazine.