Hey, Esquire: Cool how you put Tom Hardy on the cover of your May issue. Real cool. Actually got me to go to a newsstand and buy Esquire, and who can remember the last time that happened.
While picking up the clothes her slovenly-sounding boyfriend had strewn across the floor, British journalist Emma Barnett noticed that the label of said boyfriend's pants offered a quirky suggestion for washing the pair of pants whenever it accumulated an intolerable amount of floor grime: Give it to your woman.
A NYC guy issued a summons for wearing his pants low has been cleared because, says Judge Ruben Franco, "the Constitution still leaves some opportunity for people to be foolish if they so desire."
The vast majority of Parisiennes are breaking the law. Because, legally, women aren't allowed to wear pants:
• Design teacher Yuri Suzuki has created this truly awesome breakfast machine, which automatically cooks omelets from scratch, toasts bread, and brews fresh coffee. Suzuki says he was inspired by Hollywood films, including Back to the Future. •
• A White House representative asked the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine to remove posters that mention the Obama daughters and call for healthier school lunches from the Metro stations where they are currently displayed. The PCRM refused. •