If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair, but the hand sanitizer and the electric toothbrush. We asked Taran Killam of ABC’s Single Parents (premiering September 26) about the slip-on sneakers, wireless speakers, and turkey jerky he can’t live without.
I’ve owned a pair of these since second grade. (Different sizes, obviously.) They’re the most comfortable shoes in the world. They’re great for travel, especially through security, as not only are they slip-on shoes but they have a secret, secondary slip-off function.
There’s a market and liquor store in Redlands, California, called Greenspot, and they have the best teriyaki turkey jerky in the world. So Divine Bovine is not quite Greenspot turkey jerky, but it’s the closest I’ve ever tasted to Greenspot turkey jerky. It’s low in calories, a good source of protein, and it’s delicious! A great snack to carry around.
I don’t know if this really one of those things I can’t live without, but I traveled across the country by RV not too long ago and read this book the entire way. I woke my hardworking wife up multiple times from laughing too loud at this book. Like most things Norm MacDonald does, it was unique, insightful, original, at times dark and unbelievably hilarious. I can’t recommend it enough.
I have what doctors call a horrifying abundance of testosterone, which basically means I have an incredibly thick and even beard. These are the only razors I use because they’re the only ones who can handle my testosterone-powered man beard.
This man is the greatest creator of sound in our lifetimes. His discovery of melody is unending. And his mastery of orchestral sound is incomprehensible. No matter what bad mood I’m in, I can listen to his music and course-correct.
You can get them on Amazon if you prefer, too.