rectangular sunglasses

I demand that the Sailor Moon reboot keep Mamoru in his awful 90s outfits from the original anime

imagine the olive old man jacket, waist-high belted lavender pants, black turtleneck, and rectangular Terminator sunglasses in glorious HD animation

#BestGiftEver: Mom & Dad

5 perfect gifts for mom, 5 perfect gifts for dad

Stumped on what to buy mom and dad? Lucky for you, we’ve found five of the best gifts that truly represent how much you love and appreciate them. From a timeless wallet and sweet smelling cologne for mom to the ultimate shaving kit and classic shades for dad, gift them something you know they’ll love this holiday season. 

Top 5: Gifts for Mom

1. Cashmere

Mom can never have enough cashmere, so surprise her with a timeless and comfortable set to add to her collection.

Mom can never have enough cashmere, so surprise her with a timeless and comfortable set to add to her collection. Guaranteed to keep her warm throughout winter, every time she wears this Neiman Marcus top and bottom, she’ll think of you. 

in CASHMERE Two-Piece Cashmere Sweater & Pants Set

2. Anti-Aging Serum

Mom is always complaining about her wrinkles, so why not show her one of the best anti-aging serums out on the market? Signs Up-Lifter serum by Sk-II firms sagging skin and improves overall elasticity on the face. It’s a bit pricy, but she’s so worth it.

SK-II Signs Up-Lifter, 1.4 oz.

3. Flats

Moms love Tory Burch. Not only for her icon logo, but for her stylish and classic ballet flats. 

Moms love Tory Burch. Not only for her iconic logo, but for her stylish and classic ballet flats. Wrap up a pair of these new black and white polka dot leather ballerinas and she’ll surely crack a smile. 

TORY BURCH polka dot ballerinas

4. Wallet

Moms love to be organized, so giver her a new wallet. When looking for one that you know she’ll love and keep forever, make sure it’s simple, classic and designer, like this Mulberry envelope wallet in metallic gold. 

Envelope wallet

5. Perfume

Moms are nothing short of sweet, so shower her with something that smells just as good as she really is.

Moms are nothing short of sweet, so shower her with something that smells just as good as she really is. Look for new scents like this Jo Malone’s nectarine blossom and honey cologne.

Nectarine Blossom & Honey Cologne, Limited-Edition 200ml Size

Top 5: Gifts for Dad

1. Sunglasses

Dad’s can most likely use a little help in the accessories department. Gift him a classic pair of Persol sunglasses this holiday. Not only are the loved by most men, all of their lenses are polarized and their arms are flexible, making them a comfortable fit for a wide variety of face shapes. 

PERSOL rectangular frames sunglasses

2. Shave Kit

All dad’s groom their facial hair, so surprise him with a top-of-the-line shaving kit.

All dad’s groom their facial hair, so surprise him with a top-of-the-line shaving kit by the art of shaving. The set comes with a hi-tech razor and travel size oil, cream, brush and after-shave.

‘Fusion Chrome Power Shave’ Collection ($235 Value)

3. Coat

When it comes to gifts for dad, the more practical the better. Give him a classic and versatile coat that won’t go out of style. This J.Crew navy wool coat with faux shearling collar, storm flaps, hand-warmer pockets and leather trim is just the jacket he needs for the cold and snowy season. 

Faux Shearling-Trimmed Wool-Felt Jacket

4. Money Clip

When it comes to gifts for dad, the more practical the better. 

Most dad’s store their money in their pockets and if they haven’t ditched their bulky wallets for a money clip yet, then this should be his year. Introduce him to a more comfortable way of life with this engraved money clip by Paul Smith

PAUL SMITH engraved stripe money clip

5. Athletic Watch

Is your dad a runner? Then this is the gift for him! Surprise him with the new MiCoach smart run watch by adidas that has strapless continuous heart rate, GPS, Bluetooth, wireless music player, WLAN and a color touch screen. 

Micoach SMART RUN Watch





The City Council announced today that they just can’t be here anymore. They said this in unison, standing in a cramped meeting room, and wearing tiny rectangular sunglasses.

They added that they wish us all the best in our final weeks.

Then, they made the standard American Sign Language “I love you” gesture as smoke filled the room.

Witnesses said the smoke smelled of maple, and was a little briny, but not unpleasantly so.

— 

Welcome to Night Vale

Episode 38 - Orange Grove