The Greatest Holiday Hits from the Late 1980s

It was an era of indulgence and innovation that ushered in concepts ranging from shape-shifting utility vehicles to high-tech games of laser combat. Here is our list of the top 5 holiday hits of the 1980s that helped shaped the Duke Cannon men we know today.

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Five Manly Ways To Give Thanks This Season

Given the recent trend of commercialism creeping well into our Thursday routine, it’s safe to say the spirit of Thanksgiving may be losing some of its meaning. While Duke Cannon is in no position to fix this vaunted Holiday, we can recommend a few ways of giving thanks that are fun, inexpensive, and guaranteed to produce a bit of positivity this season.

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The World Series’ Winningest ‘Staches

It’s Movember, and that means millions of American men will grow mustaches to drive awareness of men’s health issues. But as far back at the 1880’s, men grew mustaches for a far less noble, but still noteworthy, cause – to drive awareness of their own baseball superiority. Here are our favorite mustachioed kings of the diamond.

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Duke Cannon’s Real Life Houses of Horror

Striking a little fear into Duke Cannon is possible, but monsters and zombies won’t get it done. These real-life inspired horror ideas have a much better chance at becoming Duke Cannon’s nightmare fuel.

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Duke Cannon Is Not for Clowns

Since America is undergoing a “creepy clown crisis,” we thought it’d be a good time to remind everyone that Duke Cannon has been anti-clown since day one. Go ahead, check our voting record. You won’t find any flip flopping.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Our Big A** Brick of Soap

There’s a good bet you don’t think too much about soap, but if you’re reading this, you’ve thought about soap more than the average dude. And that’s good, because details matter. Except for these details. These are just some inconsequential fun facts about America’s Most American Brand of Soap.

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