Every single person I’ve introduced this game to has had a blast, even if they don’t play board games. It’s a fantastic game for parties or small groups. It’s a clever word game where you have to give one-word clues to link your target words for your team, while avoiding accidentally giving a clue that suggests your opponent’s words. It plays best with at least 4 but you can go as high as you want because teams don’t get any advantage from player count. Very easy to learn, quick to play, creative, affordable, portable… just all around great game.
The Traeger Grill is easily one of the best purchases I’ve ever made. I cook almost everything on it and everything comes out amazing with little effort!
The Koss Porta Pros with the YAXI Earpads upgrade is a hard to beat combo for under $40
The sound of the Porta Pro is otherworldly, considering its tiny size and affordable price. Bass is powerful and punchy, but it doesn’t bleed into the mids. The mids are nice, smooth, and na\tural, with no hint of harshness or artificial grain. The highs are rolled off, but still detailed enough to hear, providing a rather relaxed, easy-listening type of sound that you could listen to for hours without fatigue.
Multitools are an excellent on-the-go alternative compared to having to always carry around a bulky set of tools. With such a huge demand for multitools, perhaps it comes off as no surprise that there’s literally hundreds of multitools available on the market. Here are some multi-tools that simply stand above the rest.
This knife in my opinion is the knife to beat all knives. The ergonomics on the handle are great, ambidextrious thumb studs, solid lock up. pretty decent steel. Sharp right out of the box. The liner lock is extremely strong. For under $30 you can pick up a useful folder that will perform like a $150 Benchmade.
Anyone who has a power chewer knows that some dogs will chew with the front teeth to find a spot to tear open. This nylabone has held up to both my dogs’ chewing for three months now. So far, they haven’t chewed either end down, though it can get rough on the edges. No toy is permanent, but if you are looking for a toy that will last, this is one.
Koss KPH30i -$30
Outsanding value for the price. Very strong mids and highs, and the bass is way better than it should be — not emphasized, but when a song has bass, these Koss headphones deliver. There’s a very satisfying mix of detail and soundstage in such a small headphone.