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DressMyself

Stolen from http://www.myteespot.com/, who, you know, stole it from The Simpsons

As Karl Pilkington once said, “There’s too much choice.” While I don’t necessarily agree, I have found myself being annoyed by how long it takes to look at all the options. Thankfully, I no longer care about being in control of everything. For me, and the millions of other people who simply don’t have time to deal with the hassle of dressing ourselves, feeding ourselves, or picking out dog treats, the rise of subscription services is upon us.

Now, you can set yourself a budget and let the army of monthly subscription services tell you what to wear, eat, read, play with, or God knows what else. This list is going to be pretty dude-centric, but, as I am a stereotypical dude, it’s what I know. Please list any of your favs in the comments section below![divider_line]

Sock Panda – It’s… it’s a sock service. I honestly would have made fun of them, but then they sent me two random pairs of socks and I fucking love them. Now I’m sitting here with my comfortably well-dressed foot in my mouth.
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Plated – Basically a date in a box. Look, I’ve watched more Chopped than I would care to admit, and can put together “something decent” from whatever’s sitting in my kitchen, but I would NOT be sad if a box showed up with all the ingredients and a recipe. That would make my life a whole helluva lot easier.
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Graze Box – A snack service that I actually willfully signed up for in an effort to have someone else pre-smack my hand when snack time was over. In my effort to get less fat, my biggest enemy is my love of buying (and eating) snacks in bulk. Graze keeps my head in the game while throwing non-stop deliciousness at my mailboxes. My fiance ended up with one, and we find ourselves trading them like they were made by Upper Deck.
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Mantry – We talked about this one before, but they’re worth mentioning again. Loads of food that starts off with “whiskey-flavored” makes this worth it.
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Lootcrate – While I have not subscribed to this mini Comic-Con in a box, I have friends that do and love it. Toys, accessories, and snacks branded with your favorite pop-culture references are thrown in each box. Make sure to get it now before it hits the mainstream.
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Bark Box – I love my dogs, but they are more destructive than Stitch. So, it would be REAL cool if they let Gozer The Destructor and Turbo review the strength of their products. Seeing as how Bark Box asks for the size of your dog, I assume there are some strong toys for dogs that may or may not be taking the MLB’s excess steroids off their hands.
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Fancy Box – This is a whole bunch of different subscription boxes to chose from, several “curated” by celebrities like Snoop Dogg (Unknown yet as to whether the Colorado boxes come with weed) and Tyler Florence, which probably means that their management has some say in quality.
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Birch Box – Even with boxes of hygiene and cosmetics products tailored towards men and women, you still should run to the store and get more deodorant.
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Bespoke PostIf their website is to be my guide, Bespoke Post was founded by people who want everyone to dress like they are extras in Mad Men. Which I’m totally into.
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Trunk Club Another fancy-clothes box, this one has you do some leg work, picking out styles that you would rock to help their stylists figure out what to stick on you.