6. NETFLIX FOR UNDERWEAR

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You're a man. You have clung to those fraying boxers for too long. And you simply can't bear the thought of another Sunday afternoon at Kmart.

Gentleman, we give you Manpacks, a Providence-based underwear subscription service offering customers "more time to build empires, climb mountains, slay dragons."

Log on to manpacks.com and for just $14 a pop, you can get a pair of underwear, an undershirt, and a pair of socks delivered to your home every three months.

And for the manliest among us, there is the "Machopack," at $39 — three pairs of underwear, three undershirts, three pairs of socks, and a whole lot of freedom.

 

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