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…Money Wallets can be made at home?

Money Wallet

Got $20 (in ones) and 20 minutes?

Then you can make your very own Money Wallet using the semi-easy to follow instructions on MoneyWallet.org

Sure, it’ll take you a little bit of time to make the wallet by hand (they also offer to make one for you for $49.99, but that sounds like a silly offer, so just give it a go and see what you can do on your own) and it’s not exactly the most secure wallet that you can use, but if you ever run out of what’s inside, then just disassemble for extra emergency funds in times of need.

Handy!

[Money Wallet]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…Ten Bills doesn’t charge for style?

Ten Bills

For stylish shirts that won’t break the bank, check out Ten Bills, where all t-shirts are, you guessed it, just $10.

Keeping the prices low hasn’t diminished the quality of the designs however, as these are top notch t-shirts that look good too. Plus, at just $10 each, you can buy a bunch and spice up your wardrobe without emptying out your wallet.

[Ten Bills]

…Michael Millhouse looks great in photos?

Lewiston Tribune

You just can’t make this stuff up!

On December 14, the Lewiston Tribune put a surveillance camera photo on their front page of a man in a black-and-blue checkered coat that had stolen the wallet of an unaware convenience-store customer.

Directly above that picture, the Lewiston Tribune put a photo of Michael Millhouse decorating a window with holiday spirit.

In a black-and-blue checkered coat!

Police quickly made the connection, and Michael was arrested on charges of theft.

Talk about good timing!

[Lewiston Tribune Front Page]

[Via: Very Short List]

…Narwhal recycles neckties?

Narwhal

Narwhal Co. takes gently used, vintage neckties, and recycles them into handmade, one of a kind accessories, including wallets, iPod covers, iPhone covers, wrist wear, clothing, and even custom orders if you know exactly what you want.

Since each item is unique, you’re guaranteed not to see another just like it. Plus, since they’re made with recycled materials, you can feel good about your purchase’s effect on the planet.

Sounds good to me!

[Narwhal Co.]

[Via: NOTCOT]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: Lamborghini Jalpa?

Lamborghini Jalpa

With only 255 horses on tap, the Lamborghini Jalpa was not known to be the fastest of bulls. However, that doesn’t mean there wasn’t room for improvement.

The Jalpa that you see here, owned by a Lamborghini enthusiast with a big dream and a bigger wallet, was the beneficiary of a twin turbo implant from a Mitsubishi 3000GT, and has apparently shown a few Murcielago owners a thing or two on the track.

Sleeper and Lamborghini in the same sentence?

Apparently so.

[Laust’s Jalpa Project]

[Via: Jalopnik]