A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Drops Video For “4 Min Convo (Favorite Song)”

Of the releases that took place on December 21, 21 Savage’s i am > i was picked up the most traction but A Boogie wit da Hoodie’s new project is not being slept on. The two have been selling in high numbers as Hoodie SZN continues to strive on the charts. With each listen, it seems the album gets a little better too. One of the more personal songs on the record is “4 Min Convo (Favorite Song),” which acts as a nice refresher after pick-me-ups “Startender” and “Skeezers.” “4 Min Convo” comes near the end of the tracklist but it’s clearly one of the most meaningful cuts to A Boogie. Because of this, he decided to extend its pull with a brand new video. Continue reading

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You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat: Custom Sculpted Jaws Baby Bed

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This is the custom Jaws themed baby bed created by sculptor Joseph Reginella for his newborn, which was inspired by Quint’s death scene from the movie. As far as baby beds go, this is definitely the sharkiest one I’ve seen. Plus now that Joseph’s son has outgrown the boat, it’s become a cat bed (picture after the jump). Double life! Reduce, reuse, recycle. Gosh it seems like only yesterday I outgrew my baby bed and my parents decided I was finally old enough to start sleeping in the garage. *inhaling deeply* Still love the smell of gasoline. Continue reading

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Little Tree Library: A Clever Twist on the Donation-Based Community Library Gives New Life to a Big Old Stump

Thanks to the nonprofit Little Free Library, chances are you have encountered a small house-like structure on a public thoroughfare, with a front door that opens to allow passersby to give or take a free book. The program exists is 88 countries, with over 75,000 registered Little Free Libraries. In addition to the goodwill-fueled, donation-based libraries, one of the charms is that each one is customized. Many sport unique paint jobs or even entirely off-the-wall architecture, like the Swedish flag-bedecked Library in the shape of a water tower, which pays homage to the real structure, a beloved fixture in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago. Continue reading

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