Morning, dudes. Here's the latest in cool stuff from our ritual lap around the Internet on Tuesday, Nov. 10:
For the Man of Many Hairstyles: You can now purchase a clip-in man bun in either brown or blonde, for when you occasionally need to fit in with your post-modernist hipster book club but don't want the hassle of maintaining the regular man bun (or the possible hair loss that comes with it). "Although the hairstyle oozes with fashion sense, those who sport it might find themselves outcasts in sports bars, motorcycle gangs, and the annual government-mandated machismo test," the product description notes. And if you're still not sold, the clip-in man-bun is now on sale for $9.99, even though it regularly lists for $65.34. What a steal! [Groupon]
All Clear: Chipotle is set to re-open 43 restaurants that were temporarily closed for nearly two weeks due to an E. coli outbreak that sickened several people, the company announced Tuesday. The sicknesses were only linked to 11 of the locations in Oregon and Washington, but the company closed far more out of an abundance of caution.
Still Not Safe to Go Back in the Water: These two divers were floating along off the South African coastline when a very, very upset great white shark decided to try decapitating one of them. It almost succeeded—regardless of the shark cage.
Joy to the Players: GameStop's Black Friday deals have (unsurprisingly) leaked early, featuring Xbox One and PS4 bundles for $299. But you'll be chomping at the bit to take advantage of these steals a little longer—the chain won't open until 5 a.m. on Black Friday, rather than midnight, as they did last year. [Kotaku]
Ron Swanson Would Be Proud: Nick Offerman wolfed down bratwurst, pork, and single-malt scotch (of course) in his visit to the Tonight Show Monday night, a sampling of the diet he used to gain weight for his role in a stage adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces.
Capturing the Kraken: Watch a grandfather cheer on his grandson as the boy reels in a 43-pound striped bass—a fish about as big as he is—on a beach in New Jersey. [Patch]
New Jessica Jones Trailer: Netflix just dropped the new trailer for the upcoming Jessica Jones series, featuring Krysten Ritter as the "hard-drinking, short-fused mess" of a Marvel superheroine who teams up with Luke Cage to take down the psychoactive Kilgrave...in Hell's Kitchen. Superheroes, everyone! [More analysis at Polygon]