Kickstart your weekend with the best stuff we found all over the Internet during the past few days!
Learn about a bunch of the coolest crowdfunding projects online, find out about fresh and awesome tidbits about popular movies and TV shows, and get to know some of the finest women in the world (including a '90s Mexicanovela heartthrob who still has it!) in this week’s list of essential man knowledge!
We didn’t know we needed a hot tub duyan until we saw the Hydro Hammock’s Kickstarter page. It’s basically a hammock that you fill with water so you can soak while swinging. We need it!
Image via Hydrohammock.com
Here’s another crowdfunding project that could use (and deserves) a lot of support: the Bloxers, which prevent awkward boners from showing through your clothes. NEED.
Video via Bloxers
Image via Tmz.com
Video via Lori Lane
Distractify got a bunch of mothers to guess the meaning of some porn terms, and the results were pretty much reassuring. We’d probably be scarred for life if they got a perfect score!
Video via Distractify
We’ve found our new favorite Instagram account: Imnotathirdwheel, which documents a guy’s life as the perpetual third wheel of his brother and his female best friend. Taas kamay lahat ng nakaka-relate!
We knew there was a solid reason behind our adoration for Eminem. Case in point: He wrote a lovely letter to Tupac’s mom Afeni Shakur, which he enclosed with a wicked drawing of her son, in the aftermath of the "California Love" rapper’s death. If that won’t make you admire Eminem, then maybe his penmanship will—his handwriting’s nicer than what some girls we know can manage!
Image via Rollingstone.com
We’re not really into musicals but, damn, we will gladly fall in line for days to buy tickets for a Fight Club rock opera. We repeat: a Fight Club rock opera. We know you want it, too!
This three-minute footage of a guy’s four-month hike through North America’s Pacific Crest Trail is guaranteed to ignite your wanderlust. Must-watch!
Video via Halfway Anywhere
What do you guys think of a live action Archie series? Sure, it’s based on a comic series, but there are no superheroes or anything, so it’s weird. Or is it? Thoughts, guys?
Image via Mtv.com
Video via FOX International Channels