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Portal Bookends: For Science (Books)

by Paul Strauss

The concept is simple. Left side: Test subject enters orange portal; Middle: ???; Right side: Test subject exits blue portal. While it’s not a wholly original concept, these aluminum Portal bookends look even more refined than the originals we spotted on Reddit over a year ago. Since the guy who made the original apparently didn’t take our advice and open an Etsy shop, ThinkGeek went ahead and started selling these so we can all enjoy them on our bookshelves too.

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This time, the bookends are officially-licensed Portal merch, so you don’t have to worry about Cave Johnson coming over to your house and throwing some combustible lemons your way for violating his intellectual property rights.

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You can grab a pair of Portal bookends over at ThinkGeek now for $25 (USD).

[via Nerd Approved]

 




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