Rompin' and Stompin'

"Around The World"
Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Around The World"
Daft Punk

These days, many cruise lines offer luxury round-the-world trips for those with a lot of cash and a few months to spare. Plane-and-hotel tour organizers can get you around the globe in less than a month, with a lot of gift shops along the way. The record for a round-the-world trip is a little around two days of flying—unless you count low earth orbit, where the International Space Station does it every hour and a half. Read more about Rompin' and Stompin'

A Little Something

"Landy In My Eggnog"
Bad Lucc feat. Soopafly

No matter where you live, or what your music is, there's one thing everyone agrees on: Eggnog is best when it has a little kick. Read more about A Little Something

A Little Bit Country

"Gin and Juice"
Snoop Doggy Dog
"Gin and Juice"
The Gourds

Sometimes, a simple mixed drink can be appreciated across cultures. And few are as simple as the drink Snoop Dogg made famous: gin and juice.

The principles of mixology teach us that, like any drink composed of a shot of distilled spirits mixed with a single mixer, gin and juice is considered a highball. Orange is the most traditional juice, which leaves you with something like a slightly herbal screwdriver. Others recommend pineapple or grapefruit juice, although unsweetened grapefruit juice leaves you with more of a sipping and less of a rolling beverage. Read more about A Little Bit Country

A Little Bit Hip-Hop

"Don't Tread"
Deuce feat. Big Hawk and XO

It's always difficult to compare players who played in different eras. How would Lev Yashin would fare against modern strikers? Could Carlos Alberto thrive against the defenses Messi faces today? The game has changed so much even over the last few decades that there can never be definitive answers to these questions, making them perfect fodder for bar arguments and internet message boards.

When it comes to top-flight wingers from different eras, though, there's one thing we can know for sure: Fulham's Clint Dempsey is a better rapper than Liverpool's John Barnes. Read more about A Little Bit Hip-Hop

Rapping for Engerland

"World In Motion"
New Order

In 1990, Keith Allen, New Order, and John Barnes created a template for the soccer pop song. "World In Motion" is still considered a timeless classic in England, despite the handicap of actually being kind of a terrible song. Read more about Rapping for Engerland


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