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I’ve always been a fan of Monty Python, but more recently, I’m an even bigger fan of The Walking Dead. As a matter of fact, the new episode is starting right now, and I have to get to the DVR to un-pause and start watching it as soon as I’m done writing this.
We all know that if you wore a red shirt on Star Trek (the original series) that your days (or minutes) were likely numbered. Maybe it’s just that working for the Security or Engineering departments on a Federation starship is more dangerous than most other jobs.
Kivadeno, an Etsy user, has created some awesome Super Mario Bros. Custom Vans. I know what you’re all thinking… you probably think that your nondescript white van with no windows serves you well enough in driving around for your window cleaning business, and that a Super Mario Bros.
R2-D2 was a very versatile droid, but throughout all the Star Wars saga, I don’t ever remember seeing him cooking. Even though the little droid has his own BBQ meat smoker, soy sauce dispenser and pepper mill, he’s still never in the kitchen.
Back in the old days, it was only bored grandmothers that crocheted and all that was produced was a pair of socks, or maybe a scarf or a blanket. These days everybody is doing it and they are making some awesomely geeky things.
I for one think that every party should have a piñata. I don’t care if it’s a birthday, a christening, a wedding or a wake. Smacking objects with a bat while blindfolded until candy pours onto the ground is just perfect for any occasion.
I don’t know about you, but I find these little guys to be absolutely adorable. These are fuzzy Mario Kart characters made from warp pipe-cleaners. And they have real wheels which means that you can race them too!
If you like your Star Wars ships fuzzy, then you’ll want to check out what Andrea Burnett of Sheep Creek Needlecraft has been making. These awesome needle felted Star Wars ornaments are nicely detailed. Just check out the Millennium Falcon cockpit and dish!
Whether you’re rooting for Pac-Man or the ghosts, here’s something fun you can add you your drawer full of geekery. It’s a set of fun Pac-Man rubber stamps, the ideal thing for marking up your papers and showing off your inner game geek.
iPad cases are a dime a dozen, but any case that costs $2 is definitely worth a look, especially when it looks like this and can be easily made with some IKEA stuff. This felt iPad case was conceived by Sah-Rah and I have to say that it looks really nice.
I’m going to go out on a limb and bet you these are the cutest, fuzziest Star Wars characters you’ll see today. These little needle-felted guys come to us from a galaxy far, far away, where even Darth Vader and the Stormtroopers aren’t imposing in the least.
Technabob reader Carter Grey was reading about those fancy Hard Graft iPad cases I mentioned a few days ago and pointed out some more reasonably priced and stylish fabric cases (which she happens to make herself).
The doctor gets a lot of tail in his TARDIS. I don’t mean that he picks up cute girls and takes advantage of them within the TARDIS itself. I mean, the relationships are all platonic, he just gets a lot of tail coming through those TARDIS doors.