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[GIFTED] Thanksgiving Turkey Football


If you're a member of a particularly athletic family, your gatherings often center around sports and fitness. Around Thanksgiving, you all run together in your town's Turkey Trot.  Your brother organizes a touch football game in the backyard after everyone's about to pass out from the mind-numbing effects of turkey's tryptophan. Your mom watches from the porch, your dad is locked into a silent competition with your brother to prove that he's still the man of the house, and your sister's new boyfriend plays a little too aggressively for everyone's collective comfort level.

This year, at Thanksgiving, present this commemorative Thanksgiving Turkey Football ($140, Leather Head Sports) to your family of competitive assholes athletes.  Declare it the Thanksgiving "game ball" and give it to each year's MVP to keep until next year.  You're like the Waltons.  Except drunker.   


[SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION] 9 Gifts for Pixar Obsessives

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Toy Story, the movie that revolutionized animated film and brought the Pixar ethos to our collective consciousness.  For two decades, Pixar has been creating incredible, heartfelt movies that make literally everyone cry their eyes out.  Because Pixar movies are so consistently good (okay, let's not talk about Cars), there are legions of adults who are proud Pixar devotees, whether they have kids or not.

And for those people—the ones who stand in line to see each movie on its premiere day—we've rounded up 9 awesome gifts.  Adventure is out there—read it here.


[SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION] 18 Best Scarves for the Cold 

You resisted scarves for most of your youth. “I don’t need a scarf!” you’d say to your mother or your girlfriend or other concerned females in your life. You viewed it as a useless accessory. Then, you’d head out into the cold and freeze your ass off.  Finally, you grew up, got over your stubbornness, and realized that there’s nothing cool about being cold all of the time. You were also amazed at how this small piece of fabric can really keep you warm when you’re out in the elements. Scarves are legit.

In addition to keeping you warm, they also make you look good. They make you look like you would be at home at a nice ski chalet, and women love nice ski chalets. Take notes, and read it on HiConsumption.


[SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION] 10 Gifts to Occupy Kids During Holiday Gatherings

Remember how bored you were as a kid when your parents carted you around to different relatives’ houses during the holidays? You were supposed to sit quietly for five hours and listen to the adults drone on about boring stuff like taxes or that one lady they all didn’t like (who knows what Monica did, but man, everyone HATED her). It was not fun.

So, this year, when you encounter kids at holiday gatherings, rather than awkwardly asking them how school is and then walking away in the general direction of the drinks, show up with a gift specifically for them.

Select the right one and it’ll keep them occupied and quiet, which will be appreciated by literally every single person in attendance. Who’s a holiday hero? You are. Check out 10 of our favorites here 


[SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION] Best Denim Jackets for Guys

Just as baseball and apple pie are a part of America’s fabric, so are denim jackets—quite literally. Created by Levi Strauss in 1880 as a follow-up to the brand’s most popular garment (jeans, obviously), denim jackets were made expressly for the working class. Ranchers, railroad workers, and miners all wore denim jackets because of the durability and breathability they offered.

Around the 1950s, though, the denim jacket made a shift from worker bee jacket to a symbol of teenage rebellion. James Dean wore one in Rebel Without a Cause and cemented the jacket’s rabble-rouser status, so much so that denim was banned in several schools across the US.

Today, everyone from your uncle in Montana to celebrities in Los Angeles wear denim jackets, making them both pedestrian and ultra-fashionable simultaneously—likely the reason why the jacket has endured in a world that’s so fickle about fashion. The jacket’s versatility is incredible—don a denim jacket and you can look like anything from a too-cool-for-school rebel, a rockstar, a ranch hand, or Justin Timberlake in a full denim suit at the 2001 American Music Awards. Choose your jacket carefully.  Read it on HiConsumption