4 May
Pretty much pretending "Planet of the Apes" never happened

Rise Of the Planet Of the Apes is the upcoming origin story for what 20th Century Fox certainly hopes will become a franchise effort for the studio. Pretty much pretending that the Mark Wahlberg-led Planet of the Apes abomination never happened, the film tells the cautionary tale of genetic experiments gone wrong in San Francisco […]


29 Apr
Create a questionable record, reap the marketing windfall

What do you do when you’re Bentley, and you want to create a spark in your marketing efforts? Easy — you break a difficult (but dubiously fringe) record, create a limited edition vehicle to commemorate this nominal achievement, and let the marketing monkeys fly. Such is the case with their latest Continental Supersports Convertible ISR, […]


28 Apr
The new highest hotel in the world offers paramount luxury

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Checking In, the latest series in Lost In A Supermarket’s quest to cover all things we hold most dear. In this hotel review series sure we’d be tempted to just cover the most expensive or exclusive hotels in the world (who wouldn’t), but that will not be our sole […]


25 Feb
Pretty much exactly what you'd expect

While I’m the first to admit that Megan Fox has gotten kind of annoying, it’s still pretty much scientific law that she remains easy on the eyes, especially when simply running around in panties. Here’s the teaser video for her latest campaign with Emporio Armani Underwear. Try not to judge, lest thee be judged thyself…


17 Sep
Megan Fox leaves a tip for Armani Jeans

Ok, maybe I’m just nitpicking here but doesn’t Megan Fox’s upper lip look awfully stiff (aka paralyzed/collagenized) when she speaks in the video below? Would she be stupid enough to already have had work done? Can someone be born that hot and still feel the need to alter themselves with some bizarre jellyfish toxin, or […]


8 Sep
Celebrating 75 years of Yoshida & Company

The 75th Anniversary Duffle Bag by Yoshida x Kitsuné is the stuff of collector’s dreams. Created to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the much acclaimed Japanese luxury label Yoshida, which launched its Porter sub-label in 1962, they teamed up with French fashion and boutique music label Kitsuné. The off white canvas colorway is bright enough […]


27 Aug
Dumb as a Fox

The continuing saga of one girl’s plight with unemployment…(read vol I,  vol II, vol III, vol IV, vol V,  vol VI and vol VII) Month five of unemployment. This is about the time you start to realize you should do things like finally read Shantaram because, well, you’ve got a lot of hours to spend […]


28 Jun
Taschen gets in on the badonkadonk action

It appears that high-end design/coffeetable book publisher Taschen has decided to go the route of King magazine and collect a compendium dedicated to the female rump. The Big Butt Book is the fourth installment of editor Dian Hanson’s critically acclaimed body parts series (following editions dedicated to breasts, penises and legs), and features over 400 […]