Man Lab Link-Off: The Right Impression

Esquire definitely likes their buzz. In April, they held an online bracket poll to determine the hottest woman of 2012. In October, they name a sexiest woman alive. Sounds like the same thing to me but doing it twice helps you sell more magazines and get more traffic. Anyway, they named Mila Kunis the sexiest woman alive. I don’t agree but it was probably more about business than accuracy.

Since these Man Lab linkdumps are about all life advice for men, not just dating, let’s start with some employment help. Since jobs numbers are up and unemployment is coming down in America, it might be time to give you a quick refresher on getting a job. Here’s how to crush your job interview. (Mandatory)

After the jump, what women notice about men, some dating advice beyond the standard generic tips and the return of Liz Hurley. Continue reading


Entertainment Link-Off: SDCC 2011 Edition

Comic-Con is happening this weekend. The reports from panels and other events at SDCC 2011 will continue to roll in, so expect updated links as we go along this weekend. Kicking things off is Mila Kunis from the Friends with Benefits premiere. Of course, if you prefer comic book flicks, Captain America: The First Avenger is in theatres this week as well. To the folks in Aussieland, it comes out next Thursday.

After the jump, some collectibles to be on the lookout for, copycat film showdown, Spidey-news, Chuck’s final run on network TV, The Dark Knight Rises trailer… animated style and a new downloadable Mortal Kombat character revealed. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: Take Me Out To The Ballgame

Because she’s doing her country proud and accompanying Sgt. Scott Moore to the Marine Ball, here’s Mila Kunis.

It was the end of an era two weeks ago as Friday Night Lights aired its series finale. It was easily the greatest sports show ever made. (New York Post)

It’s only appropriate that on the week of baseball’s All-Star Game, this gem of a story is re-unearthed. It’s the story of Dock Ellis pitching a no-hitter on LSD. (Deadspin)

To see if it was possible, Deadspin Editor-In-Chief AJ Daulerio tried to recreate the feat using MLB 2K11 on the XBox 360. His effort was filmed and posted for posterity. (Deadspin on Acid)

After the jump, Joe Buck is willing to shut up for us, the best of Top Gear and the return of DJ Steve Porter. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: New Tricks

We’ve never really feature a lot of Mila Kunis so here’s a small attempt to make up for it.

Thanks to an in-depth video-based investigation by the folks to Crossing Broad, we know Chris Pronger didn’t take the Stanley Cup winning puck from June. They also revealed the shortlist of who does have it. (Crossing Broad)

Gourmet Spud has done it again. He’s dug up the original unedited script of the Just For Men ad with the two kids trying to get their dad “back on the market.” (Food Court Lunch)

The old saying goes you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But you can change yourself if you hack your brain. (Lifehacker)

After the jump, the most interesting man in the world, the most awesome jobs for men, and how the NFL is really socialist. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: It’s A Fight

Who would have thought that Mila Kunis is dating Macaulay Culkin? How much money did he get from the Home Alone movies?

A doping controversy at the Paralympics? What is the world coming to? (Deadspin)

While the useless thugs should be taken out of hockey, they still have their moment to shine. Take Cam Janssen and Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond’s epic tilt that’ll make Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em 23. (FanHouse)

For only $500, you can run with the big dogs of the World Rally Championship. Don’t believe me? These guys just did at Rally Mexico. (Jalopnik)

After the jump, Michigan’s latest culinary treat, more hockey links, and Pete Rose should avoid wrestling rings. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: Sex and Fast Cars

Let’s kick off with Mila Kunis posing on a car.

Some men may be good at sex but most men are bad at writing about sex. Hell there’s even the Bad Sex in Fiction Awards. (BBC)

For example, this might not necessarily be fiction, but for leading us to think his girl in this story might be a looker, John Mustang should get consideration for the above. (Lion’s Den University) I’m not saying it’s a bad story. I’m just saying that I don’t enjoy being misled about Heidi’s looks.

It’s that time of week again. It’s time for this week’s edition of the Asshole Coach Digest. (Deadspin)

After the jump, Hogan vs. Flair for the 21st century, the Grey Cup from the press box, and the Chinese simulation of the Tiger Woods crash. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: Are You Having A Laugh

After reading that article Jackie hid in his last post, it was only fitting that Mila Kunis led off this post.

Even though this is an entertainment link, I’m misappropriating it for today. Here’s a hilarious must-read interview with Community stars Joel McHale and Chevy Chase. (New York Magazine)

If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, repeating jokes from the show at work will end up getting you fired. (Des Moines Register)

Looking for a musical act for your wedding reception? There are some high-quality acts available for your big day. Just don’t expect them to come cheap. (Daily Telegraph) And can someone explain to me how Paul McCartney doesn’t cost more than Aguilera, Winehouse, and Lopez?

After the jump, an Olympic hockey preview, Brett Favre the goat, and happy birthday Mr. McMahon. Continue reading