I don’t know about you, but to me Christmas is all about Street Fighter. Maybe that’s because I celebrate Festivus, and we perform feats of strength all through the day. So Street Fighter is a big part of the holiday, naturally.
Each year when Christmas rolls around there are a few films that I like to watch. One of them is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, because Chevy Chase. The other is A Christmas Story with Ralphie and his quest to get a Red Rider BB Gun, even though he very nearly shoots his eye out.
I think that Darth Vader and The Grinch would be good friends. They are both angry, rather evil folks. With the holiday season here, you might be looking for a new Christmas sweater to keep the chill away and celebrate the season.
October is here, which means in stores across the country Christmas ornaments are in stock. If you are already looking forward to the holidays and decorating your home, check out these cool and geeky ornaments for your tree.
LEGO fans get all tingly when Christmas time nears. Christmas is the perfect time to get all sorts of new building kits, and the holidays will be here before you know it. In the build up for holiday shopping, toys are released months before it’s cold and holiday-like in most parts of the world.
Tardar Sauce, aka “Grumpy Cat” is one of my favorite web memes. The little kitty looks unhappy about everything, making her the perfect Scrooge character for the holidays. Lifetime has announced that this holiday season Grumpy Cat will star in her own holiday movie.
Christmas may be over, but there’s always next year. And if it is treats under the tree and tweets on the tree that you want, you can prepare for next December right now. Instructables member Gelotology will show you how to make this Tweetball.
Perhaps taking inspiration from A Christmas Story, Redditor cit046286 has decorated her prosthetic leg by adding lights to it. She has used a prosthetic leg since her battle with bone cancer two years ago. She was diagnosed while she was deployed to Afghanistan.
Add a bit of Christmas pun to your tabletop gaming sessions with this neat D12 made by dice maker Eric C. Harshberger. It’s the items enumerated in The Twelve Days of Christmas in dice form, based on the artwork of Xavier Romero-Frias.
Nah, just kidding. This quadcopter is armed with only the famous holiday plant. Designer George Zisiadis and his friend Mustafa Khan flew the drone – it looks like Parrot’s AR.Drone, but I’m not 100% sure – above San Francisco, California’s Union Square to get passersby to smooch.
This video by PistolShrimps recasts Batman into scenes of classic Christmas movies. I admit I don’t recognize all of the movies in the clip, though I do see It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol and A Christmas Story in there, so those are the big ones.
I love a good wreath during the holidays. But forget all of your pine cones and glittery ornaments. A wreath should be geeky and show everything that you love on it. Well, the folks over at Our Nerd Home have created just such a wreath.
Every year, you swear you’ll catch Santa in the act. The cookies are out. The traps are set. It’s just a matter of making sure he can’t escape. But every year, you fail anyways. Either Santa’s really that good… or you lack the gear to set up a proper capture.
Some people are so rich, that it seems like they have everything. Others may have just enough in terms of finances, but they can be so happy and content with life, that it would still seem like they have everything they need.