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Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker Uniqlo Shirts: Buy 1 Shirt, Get 1 Soldier

Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker Uniqlo Shirts: Buy 1 Shirt, Get 1 Soldier
Hideo Kojima’s latest masterpiece is already causing massive nergasms worldwide with its awesomeness. Proclaim your love for the latest member of the Metal Gear Solid series by getting these Peace Walker shirts, made by Japanese clothing company Uniqlo.

Laser Monocle Headpiece: for Accurate Stare-Downs

Laser Monocle Headpiece: for Accurate Stare-Downs
Here’s an awesome weekend project for all you tinkerers out there: a laser monocle headpiece. Instructables member Lemonie says that it’s perfect for Star Trek fans, but anyone who doesn’t think that a laser beam on your head is cool shouldn’t be reading Instructables anyway.

LEGO Minifig Ice Cube Tray: Cool Peeps

LEGO Minifig Ice Cube Tray: Cool Peeps
Make the coolest minifigs – and coolest drinks ever with LEGO’s Minifigure Ice Cube Tray. How awesome would it be to have a minifig floating in your cocktail? Or to have minifig popsicles? Order the ice tray from the LEGO store for just $8 (USD) and find out.

Tetris Vs Contra: or is It?

Tetris Vs Contra: or is It?
Children are full of questions. If you open one up you’ll see that they’re made of nothing but drool and questions. Questions like: “Why do we have to eat?”, or “So I’m a poop factory?”, or  “What would Bill or Lance do if they were trapped in the world of Tetris?”

Large Hadron Collider Pop-Up Book Will Not Open Up a Mini-Wormhole. I Think.

Large Hadron Collider Pop-Up Book Will Not Open Up a Mini-Wormhole. I Think.
Emma Sanders and Anton Radevsky’s Voyage to the Heart of Matter: The Atlas Experiment at CERN is the perfect gift for your little nerd. It’s a pop-up book, containing models of a CERN building, colliding particles and of course the “subatomic smasher”, the feared, the revered, the expensive, the Large Hadron Collider.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World the Game: Comical Brawling

Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World the Game: Comical Brawling
You probably already know that Bryan Lee O’Malley’s popular Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is getting a movie adaptation. It turns out that there will be a Scott Pilgrim video game too, although that seems to be inevitable, given the numerous video game references in the comic.

Real Book With Hyperlinks: the Best of Both Worlds? or Too Little Too Late?

Real Book With Hyperlinks: the Best of Both Worlds? or Too Little Too Late?
A company called Ubimark released a version of the Jules Verne classic Around the World in 80 Days. Unlike other printed books, the Ubimark version has QR codes, the square ones that are frequently used as bar codes.

12-Year Old Boy Rescues Sister From Moose Using World of Warcraft Skills: Our Best Headline Yet

12-Year Old Boy Rescues Sister From Moose Using World of Warcraft Skills: Our Best Headline Yet
12-year old Norweigan Hans Jørgen Olsen saved himself and his sister from being harmed by an angry moose by emulating skills he learned from World of Warcraft. According to NextNature, the Olsen siblings “trespassed the territory of the moose during a walk in the forest near their home.”

Why James Rhodes Looks Different in Iron Man 2, as Explained by a Pokemon Fan

Why James Rhodes Looks Different in Iron Man 2, as Explained by a Pokemon Fan
Some people have been wondering why Terrence Howard didn’t return to play as War Machine in Iron Man 2. Fork Party reader Andy B isn’t one of those people, because he knows exactly what happened:

Fossils of the Mechazoic Era: the What Now?

Fossils of the Mechazoic Era: the What Now?
Poor dead bird. Wait what the — It’s a dead robo-bird! Artist/illustrator/futurechologist Justin Chase Black, more respectfully addressed as Mr. ThrowingChicken, recently finished the awesome looking  Creatures of the Mechazoic Era, a series of sculptures that look like fossilized remains from a time yet to come.

Solar Equation: It’S Always Sunny in Melbourne, Australia

Solar Equation: It’S Always Sunny in Melbourne, Australia
The city of Melbourne, Australia currently has two suns. There’s the normal one that it shares with the rest of the world and goes away during the night, and there’s the one in Melbourne’s Federation Square, rising at night, about 100 million times smaller than the real Sun. 

R2-Im: Iron Mech

R2-Im: Iron Mech
In an alternate galaxy far far away, R2D2 was a brilliant billionaire astromech who built himself an armored suit to fight the bad guys. Cue AC/DC music: Download digital artist Mike Verta’s R2-Iron Man wallpapers for free on Facebook.

Thor’s Helmet: Asgard’s Version of the Bat Signal

Thor’s Helmet: Asgard’s Version of the Bat Signal
This is how you summon a Norse god: According to NASA, the incredible, awesome Thor’s Helmet is an interstellar bubble 30 light years across. It’s located 15,000 light years away, which is weird because last I heard the god of thunder set up their new digs in Oklahoma.

The iPad Comic has No Room for Adlibs

The iPad Comic has No Room for Adlibs
From the moment we heard its name, we all knew that the iPad was going to be a comedy goldmine. Comedian Adam Kontras takes it to another level; recently he’s been promoting himself as the iPad Comic.

Hardcore Gamer Aptitude Test: One More Thing to Brag About

Hardcore Gamer Aptitude Test: One More Thing to Brag About
Gamespy invites gamers to test just how hard their cores are with the Hardcore Gamer Aptitude Test, or HGAT. The multiple choice test spans an annoyingly diverse selection of questions, from history – which includes historical facts about games, memes and consoles – to video game analogies, and just to screw with us, math.

The Smartest Business Card on Earth

The Smartest Business Card on Earth
We’ve seen a business card that light up, and even ones that ask if you’re a person. But in terms of nerdity, none of those can come close to Engr. Ramiro Veredas’ circuit board business card, which he says has “more CPU power than the computer that led the man to the moon.”