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Pac Man Heat Changing Mug
£5.99 £4.99
Pac Man Heat Changing Mug
Pac-Man - an icon of 1980's pop culture and the best known video games character of all time. Celebrate Pac-Man's 30th anniversary with this Heat Changing Mug. If you love Pac-Man and you love tea then this is the mug you've been waiting for. Don't thank us thank the power of nostalgia. Simply add hot water and watch as the Pac-Man characters magically appear in their classic maze. Sadly you can't make the little chap run around and chomp on the dots like in the actual game but then again the actual game can't hold your cup of tea without causing a major electrical problem. The perfect gift for the video game enthusiast or retro collector. Features: A heat-reactive colour-changing mug featuring Pac-Man! Pour in your hot drink and watch the ghosts dots and Pac-Man himself appear in the maze Not suitable for dishwasher or microwave use Capacity: 300ml Suitable for ages 8 years + (adult supervision recommended with hot liquids) Size: Dimensions: 9.7 x 12 x 9cm
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Retro Arcade Poncho Red
£4.99
Retro Arcade Poncho Red
This classic Retro Arcade Poncho is a must have accessory for festival goers and anyone who enjoys outdoor events. It won't be game over for your weekend if it starts to rain this retro Poncho will keep you dry and free from the mud whilst you dance sing and soak in the party atmosphere. Don't let the Great British weather spoil your weekend and enjoy the usual festival antics whilst looking just like a retro arcade character!     Features: Red retro arcade styled poncho Stay dry and mud free at festivals and outdoor events Look just like a retro arcade character
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resistance is futile T-Shirt - Black, One Size
$19.99 $4.99
resistance is futile T-Shirt - Black, One Size
More of a Vulcan statement than a Borg one, we think you'll still find this t-shirt quite appetizing. Unless you've recently wired up your own M.A.M.E cabinet or added a modchip to your Xbox, chances are good that your voltmeter and ammeter are still hiding in the garage at your parents house from your high school physics days. Leave them there and pick-up a digital multi-meter, jeez ;) 100% cotton heavyweight black tshirt with the phrase 'resistance is futile' written in white front and center...
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2+2=5
$14.99 $2.25
2+2=5
"Those who spend their lives dwelling in the abstract are well aware of this maxim. If one is convinced that 2 + 2 = 5, then that is proof alone. Are we right? Probably not. Or is this some sort of Gestalt 'whole greater than the sum of its parts' equation designed by motivational speakers for a 'conceptual breakthrough?' Probably not. Is it a song by Radiohead? Yes, this much we can establish. ""Well, now I know where all the departed quantities went to -- the right-hand side of this equation."" -- Bishop Berkeley 100% Cotton heavyweight black tshirt with the mathematical equation '2 + 2 = 5' written in a chalkboard font. Beneath this equation is 'for extremely large values of 2'."
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SQL Query Finger
$17.99 $9.99
SQL Query Finger
"The middle finger doesn't get to have the spotlight often. Index finger gets to do all the exciting stuff. Ring finger gets to show off the bling. Pinky gets the fun stuff with none of the responsibility, 'cause it's so small. And then there's thumb. Whether or not you count thumb as a finger, it pretty much rocks the house. Without thumb, there is no holding a writing implement. Forks? A thing of the past. But, most importantly, there are no video game controllers. And that's why thumb lords it over the rest of the fingers. You know what middle finger thinks about that? Yeah. It's totally gonna show you. ""> SELECT finger FROM hand WHERE id=3"" is printed in white on a black, 100% cotton shirt. Check it. Three works both directions. As long as you don't start counting from zero."
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We Met on the Internet Babydoll
$21.99 $16.49
We Met on the Internet Babydoll
"The metric given today for online dating conversion is that one in five couples met online. Apparently that surprises a lot of people. It does us, too: we wanna know where all these other couples are meeting. With e-mail and social media and MMOs and Steam and Xbox Live and Skype and online interest groups for darn near any niche interest you might have, you're really telling us that the Internet didn't play a part in getting y'all together in the first place? Color us suspicious. Cat and pug explain, ""We met on the Internet"" on this dark grey, babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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Ethanol Molecule
$17.99 $9.99
Ethanol Molecule
"Ah, glorious ethanol, aka ethyl alcohol. How we love you. We would count the ways, but we can't remember them all. And even if we could, we like to count on our fingers, and we might not have the motor coordination for that right now. So we'll leave the exact number of ways we love you unsaid. But it's a lot. Our artist figured ethanol deserved slightly different treatment than our Caffeine Molecule, Capsaicin Molecule, and Chocolate Molecule designs. The ancient Egyptians may have had 17 different types of beer, but it wasn't until 1808 that Nicolas-Théodore de Saussure determined ethanol's magical chemical formula, hence our established on date for the molecular structure. This is a black, 100% cotton t-shirt. The ethyl alcohol moleculecular structure is emblazoned in white on a red emblem encircled with a golden-yellow edge and flanked by stalks of blessed grain, the fermentation of which presumably led to the alcohol molecular structure shown. Beneath is a banner of the same yellow which reads ""Est. 1808 - Saussure."""
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Loading... Please Wait
$14.99
Loading... Please Wait
"No matter how fast your connection is, there's always something you need that's bigger than your pipe. And you're stuck with a loading icon. Or worse yet, an interminable slideshow of the special features of the product you're attempting to download, built solely to taunt you into wishing you could be using it instead of watching the slideshow. And then (finally) whatever it is you were waiting for, your personal digital holy grail, is loaded. Loaded. Loaded! Which is exactly what you will be if you take the advice of our shirt. ""Loading... please wait"" expresses the frustration that humans can't go from zero to inebriated in a picosecond. And if you're wondering, the 26% in the middle of this black, 100% cotton shirt is how much of *you* is loaded, not the beer. That's why there's a lot more beer to drink. You should probably do something about that. You don't want folks to wait around, twiddling their thumbs, while they wait for you to finish loading, now, do you?"
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die, n00b.
$17.99
die, n00b.
"If you happen to be wearing this shirt in the same room as a giant n00b that is angry with you and who has more muscles in his pinky than dendrites in his frontal lobe, just tell him you are German. And that the shirt doesn't say die as in 'death'. It says die as in German for 'the'. He'll have a dizzying look on his face while the thick sludge of neurons within his cranial cavity attempts to process what you just said. At this point, just hide behind the nearest obstruction. n00bs typically haven't fully developed the stage of object permanence yet and so he will think you simply disappeared. Easy as pi... 100% cotton black heavyweight t-shirt with the simple phrase ""die, n00b."" written on front in white. If you are a n00b and reading this sentence, don't take it too seriously, instead take it personally, then buy this shirt, wear it proudly, and become a living oxymoron. Or just a moron. Or both! Ouch. ThinkGeek is being mean."
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Zombie Protest
$14.99
Zombie Protest
"Congratulations! We're glad you're ready to fight for zombie rights. This article outlines some of the steps involved and the associated pitfalls to avoid when planning a successful zombie gathering. Leadership. As you know, it is vital that some of the living remain in positions of leadership in the organization to provide the necessary motivation and thought-process behind running a large organization. Although, for consistency, you probably want your highest official to be a zombie in order to have him speak incoherently at corporate meetings and drool convincingly in discussions with politicians. However, leadership at the event should be an intelligent human, sympathetic to zombie rights. As the event coordinator, this human can provide guidance via a megaphone and also serves as a rallying point around which zombies will gather. Occasionally this ""gathering"" leads to ""dismemberment"" so you want to ensure that your event coordinator is expendable. This position fits nicely for zombie-rights activists hoping to transition to the less-demanding, zombie lifestyle. Attendance. You might have a whole legion of supporters, but it's important to mobilize your zombie protesters so that they show up on the day of the event. Plan ahead so that folks can put it on their calendars. You can notify the mindless via your MySpace or Facebook account. Pass out leaflets to ensure the interested are notified. We've found that promising that there will be beer and brains brings the college-aged zombies out en masse in particular. Location. We recommend a popular location with high-visibility for maximum exposure to the uninitiated. Although some organizations prefer the march, we find it easier to choose a specific place to protest. Shambling does not lend itself to marching, and zombies tend to get distracted more easily while in motion. Check with your local city hall to find out if you need a permit to gather at the location you've chosen. Remember that some of your supporters undoubtedly have physical impairments, so ensure your site is fully accessible. Coverage. It's important to get your event covered by the media so that your reach is greater than those present at the event. After all, they all may have been eaten, even the well-intentioned, amenable-to-Zombie-rights ones (sometimes they're the tastiest). Documentary film makers, such as George A. Romero, are an indispensable resource in getting the word out. Make use of them as whenever possible. ""Zombies Were People Too"" on a sandwich-board-clad zombie in black, blood red, and rotting-flesh green on a military green, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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Your Ideas Are Intriguing To Me
$17.99 $9.99
Your Ideas Are Intriguing To Me
"This phrase works on so many levels. See, in the olden days (pre-Internet), if a crazy person walked up to you and started blathering on about something daft, you had two options. 1) Stand there and take it. 2) Back away slowly, hoping the person wouldn't notice. Neither of these strategies is particularly satisfying, generally because the second doesn't tend to be successful. People who want you to know that the earth is flat and the Moon landing was a hoax tend to have different ideas than you on many things, including personal space. But now, with the advent of ""Your ideas are intriguing to me, and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter,"" you can act interested and end the conversation At The Same Time. Use this phrase to extricate yourself from inane conversations. Awkward cocktail parties. Jury duty. The possibilities are endless. Wear the shirt; avoid the crazies.* ""Your ideas are intriguing to me, and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter."" printed in white on a black, 100% cotton t-shirt. * Crazy avoidance properties of this shirt not guaranteed by ThinkGeek World Domination HQ or its subsidiaries. Shirt is not guaranteed to go up in value. Always talk to your doctor before embarking on a fitness regimen. Stop wearing if you experience dry mouth, muscle pain or weakness, or dizziness as this may be a sign of a serious but rare side-effect."
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Math Mug
$9.99 $7.99
Math Mug
There are two things we can't live without: formulae and liquids (specifically, liquids with high caffeine content). And what better way to celebrate both loves than a mug surrounded by some of our favorite formulae? The same mug full of caffeinated brew, that's what. Well, we'll supply the mug and you supply the caffeine (check out our caffeine section for some suggestions). Each mug is covered in diverse and important formulae. From the very basic (simple addition: 1+1=2) to the more complex (Planck's equation: E=hv), you'll never be at a loss for an equation. What's even better is that each formula is labeled, so each time you drink you'll learn something too. Because as we all know: learning is awesome, math is cool, and physics is phun. And we're finally old enough not to get beat up for admitting it. Huzzah! Each mug holds approx. 14oz of liquid goodness. Dishwasher safe (not microwave safe).
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Caffeine Molecule Stainless Travel Mug
$9.99
Caffeine Molecule Stainless Travel Mug
These sophisticated stainless steel, travel style, mugs have our famous Caffeine molecule printed in black on the front. You must be thinking to yourselves right now 'your Caffeine molecule...'? Yep. Our Caffeine molecule. Here at ThinkGeek, we like to pretend we invented all the elements and hence we have first dibs on claiming ownership of any and all molecules derived from the use of our elements. I think Jen whipped up Carbon while playing around with a Rail Gun in Quake. And Jon just happened upon Nitrogen while abstracting some new Perl algorithms he was playing with while it was both raining and hailing outside. Features of this fine stainless mug include... 16 Ounce Capacity! Dual-wall insulation Black Drink-Thru lid Fits in the majority of automobile Drink cup holders This is hand wash only and not microwave safe Get one now!
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more beer
$17.99 $9.99
more beer
So you are playing around with some shell scripts and all of a sudden you have this insatiable desire (aren't *all* desires insatiable?) to throw down a tall cool one. But you are stuck in the central nerve center of your netops late Friday night (early Saturday morn), knee-deep in a tangle of fiber and switches, far far away from the nearest hop-stocked fridge or pub...or so you thought... Just 'cd' into the nearest /pub and use your favorite paging util to down a few and you'll feel right as rain. Available on a heather forest (greyish-green, er greenish-grey) shirt with a shell prompt and 'cd /pub' and 'more beer' written in white. Note that some action shots show the shirt in a leaf-color (greenish-blue, I mean bluish-green), which is no longer available.
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Sheldon's Spot
$18.99 $13.29
Sheldon's Spot
"Honestly, we're surprised that Sheldon doesn't have his part of the couch roped off with stanchions. Velvet would add a bit of class to the living room, and also it'd give him a reason to use the word ""stanchion"" in a sentence, which really doesn't come around all too frequently. Gotta jump on it when you get the chance. The use of ""stanchion,"" not the couch. Jumping on the couch is clearly a violation of the Roommate Agreement. A couch with a little table tent (well, we suppose it's a couch tent in this situation) with the words ""RESERVED FOR SHELDON"" written on it graces a navy blue, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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You Are Here Bell Curve Babydoll
$20.99 $12.99
You Are Here Bell Curve Babydoll
"We find it's a rewarding habit to hang out with smart people like yourself. Face it. You tend to talk more about what you're reading and less about reality television. (Hey -- we have our personal addictions, too, but it's not our main topic of conversation.) This past weekend amongst a dozen friends a particular parasite came up for discussion independently in two different groups of people (there was one person in the crosssection of the Venn Diagram of those present who identified the topical overlap, an event which T-Shirt Girl will now refer to as the ""parazeitgeist."") Also, we have arguments about where the period should go in that previous sentence. We love our smart friends. Hanging out with smart people may make you seem normal by comparison, but think of the rest of the poor fools on this bell chart. The folks who created the interactive voice response maze^H^H^H^Hflow for our cellphone carrier? They're more than two standard deviations below normal. Let them know that. We suggest you wear this shirt any time you go to a place where you find the humans less than helpful. A list to start you off: the airport, the DMV, the meeting of your homeowners' association. It's not like they're going to understand the shirt anyhow, and it'll make you feel better. One poor, sad dot indicates to the reader of the shirt ""You Are Here,"" at the very low end of the bell chart which is printed in white ink on this black babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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Not Here To Make Friends
$14.99 $9.99
Not Here To Make Friends
"The monkeys at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ are fans of public radio. Every time we hear them mention the ""in-kind food donation"" for the volunteers who answer the phones during the pledge drive we wonder if we should give a corporate gift. But volunteers with the jitters taking your personal information probably isn't reassuring. So we'll stick to the donations at the personal level for now. We bring this up because two of the monkeys were listening to the same rebroadcast of This American Life (from WBEZ Chicago) a couple months back. In episode 389, entitled ""Frenemies"", Rich Juzwiak has a piece about how ""I'm not here to make friends"" has become the mantra of reality television show flunkies. He's put together two 3 minute montages, which you can see on his pop-culture blog fourfour. Basically every reality show that ever existed and (also some you didn't know existed) has this phrase in common. He argues that it's possibly the actors' attempt to reclaim their presentation and that, ironically, there's no ""real-life"" situation where this would apply. You're infrequently trapped with a bunch of other people, and, when you are, generally it's not to your advantage to declare to them that you don't plan to be nice to them. See, this is where knowing our customer comes in. Because we think you would wear this shirt. Why? Because we would wear this shirt. Allow us to list some perfect opportunities for the debut of your ""Not Here To Make Friends"" shirt: the CEO's presentation introducing the new matrixed corporate structure, some off-site event where all the employees are supposed to hold hands and sing ""Kumbayah,"" and, of course, those HR-mandated anger management classes. If they wouldn't be so stupid, you wouldn't have to get angry. Why don't they have to take smartness classes? *sigh* We feel your pain. ""Not here to make friends."" in white on a black 100% cotton t-shirt."
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I see dead pixels.
$17.99 $8.99
I see dead pixels.
"As seen in Forgetting Sarah Marshall! We challenge anybody who's plunked down the big bucks for a nice LCD monitor, TV or PSP not to cry out in terror if they see the dreaded dead pixel. It's a horror that we wouldn't want to experience, no matter how few there might be. We're shuddering just thinking about it. ugh... Black like a dead pixel, this shirt is 100% heavyweight cotton with ""I see dead pixels"" printed in white with a few randomly deceased pixels. Scary, ain't it?"
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I Recycle
$17.99 $16.19
I Recycle
"Some folks are about the high ideals of saving the environment; you're more into practical application of the concepts. By wearing the same shirt two days in a row, you managed to avoid using 40 gallons of water to wash and 4 kilowatt-hours to dry a perfectly rewearable shirt. Hey -- if you avoid Italian for dinner, you might be able to make it three. But be sure to do the sniff test. You wouldn't want to lose friends over your dedication to the environment. As an added bonus, you didn't have to hang out in the laundry room. Back when we were in college (and, yes, we're dating ourselves), we could finger the soda machine to find out what temperature the sodas were or how many Mountain Dew were left, but we're jealous of today's students. They can now go online to find out if any washers are open, pay for the laundry with their student ID, and then receive an e-mail alert when the washer and/or dryer is done. No more carrying rolls of quarters down the hall only to be confronted by your wet underwear unceremoniously dumped on top of the washing machine. Not that we're bitter or anything. ""I Recycle; I Wore This Shirt Yesterday"" on a 100% cotton military green t-shirt."
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The Arc of Electromagnetic Radiation Connection
$20.99 $17.99
The Arc of Electromagnetic Radiation Connection
"ThinkGeek Music is proud to present our most complete collection of music ever. (Also our first.) Available on two, double-length cassettes or LPs, each album brings you some of the greatest songs, edited to be more literally accurate from a scientific perspective. Start your collection today with such classic hits as: Debby Boone's ""You Provide Electromagnetic Radiation of a Wavelength Visible to the Human Eye for My Life"" Vangelis's ""Chariots of a Persistent Chemical Reaction which Combusts to Exothermically Release Heat and Light"" Toni Braxton's ""Un-Break My Chambered Muscular Organ Which Maintains Vertebrate Circulation"" Only available in this special television offer. Operators are standing by! Okay. Not really. It's a shirt. Specifically, this is a black babydoll (fitted) t-shirt which reads, in successive rainbow colors in the order with which we are all accustomed (well, most of us... sorry, colorblind folks), ""Why are there so many songs about arcs of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths between 380 and 750 nm in concentric bands formed by the refraction and reflection of solar energy off of moisture in the Earth's atmosphere?"""
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Hello Schröddy
$14.99 $11.99
Hello Schröddy
"What is it with cats and boxes? Despite all the talk of potentially dead cats, Schrödinger must have been a fan of the feline. He knew the perfect container for a cat was a box. Dog, not so much. Cat? May never come out. Which is sort of the point of the thought experiment. The cat might be both there and also not, but we know the box will remain on your shirt as long as you take care when washing it. Cuteness guaranteed. Live cat, not so much. ""Hello Schröddy"" in black with a white box and a red bow on a pink babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Note: Don't want to have to explain this shirt to strangers? Fear no more! We now have free Schrödinger's Cat Pocket Cards to go with your shirt. They're perfect to print out and keep in your wallet so you can hand them out and make your escape while said strangers are busy reading."
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HTTPanties
$7.99 $6.99
HTTPanties
"If you've ever run across a ""403 Forbidden"" error on a web site, it means you've either stumbled onto the wrong page, or you've been snooping where you shouldn't be! One nice thing about the Hypertext Transfer Protocol that runs the web (HTTP for short) is that it includes helpful status codes such as ""404 Not Found"" when a resource can't be found and ""403 Forbidden"" when the web site you're knocking at does not want you to come in. One rarely seen status code is the elusive ""200 OK"" which basically means that everything went fine, and you're seeing the page you're supposed to be seeing! We thought it sure would be handy if life came with status codes, but since it doesn't, we did the next best thing and printed them on stuff you wear. But not just any old stuff - we had to try something different, and print them on undies. So we bring you HTTPanties for the discriminating woman who would prefer a web-savvy and somewhat-direct approach in the romance department. Feeling frisky? Well then don the black ""200 OK"" panties and see where they take you. Alternatively, the white ""403 Forbidden"" style sends a very different and hopefully clear message. We think ""411 Length Required"" and ""413 Requested Entity Too Large"" are pretty self-explanatory. Our W3C Compliant HTTPanties are 100% cotton and very soft, comfortable and stretchy. They are designed to fit low and have full coverage in the back. NOTE: You may see pink and red versions of these in the action shots. Sadly, the manufacturer no longer makes these in those colors, so we've switched them all to black and white. Sizing Info: Small Medium Large Waist 25-26 in. 27-29 in. 30-32 in. Hips 34-36 in. 37-39 in. 40-42 in."
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Chocolate Molecule Women's Classic Cut
$19.99 $9.99
Chocolate Molecule Women's Classic Cut
"Caffeine is our favorite stimulant. It is easy to get and comes in many forms. But did you know that Caffeine has a sexy younger cousin. Her name is Theobromine, and she's the tasty little number who puts your mind in a happy place while you are eating chocolate. Molecularly similar to caffeine, but with just enough differences to make her a much smoother date, Theobromine is slower to burn out of your system and induces gentle, sensual stimulation to your muscular and cardiovascular systems. Grrrrrrrr! The Theobromine molecule is presented in a beautiful magenta against a sumptuous backdrop of a milk chocolate shirt. Like a raspberry dipped in ganache, this shirt is just waiting to be given to that special someone. In the words of the immortal Barry White, ""Your sweetness is my weakness."" Milk chocolate, 100% cotton ladies' shirt. Looser cut than the babydoll tee, this is considered a ""classic cut"". It's styled for women, but is not tight or fitted. 100% combed ring-spun cotton 1x1 rib, 6.1 oz in Chocolate Brown. This shirt fits like Huge Tracts of Land and Binary Mom. Here's the babydoll cut version of this shirt if you'd prefer a smaller / more fitted shirt. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL XXL Chest 36 in. 38 in. 42 in. 44 in. 46 in. Length 23 1/4 in. 24 in. 24 3/4 in. 25 1/2 in. 26 1/4 in."
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Geek Inside Maternity Shirt
$22.99 $15.99
Geek Inside Maternity Shirt
Is your body the staging area for a future geek? Or do you know a gestating female mammal who's growing her own? Celebrate the miracle of birth with our Geek Inside shirt, logo emblazoned in white on future mom's belly. There'll be no question of what sort of toys to buy the little tyke with this guidance. Break out the USB-powered crib mobile, the Hoberman blocks, and the caffeine-laced pacifier. These are maternity shirts, a 100% cotton combed ringspun jersey in black with the Geek Inside logo in white across the belly. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL Chest 38 in. 40 in. 44 in. 48 in. Waist 40 in. 42 in. 46 in. 50 in. Front Length 25 1/2 in. 26 1/2 in. 27 1/2 in. 28 1/2 in. Hip 46 in. 48 in. 52 in. 56 in.
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Linux Cheat Shirt
$19.99 $12.99
Linux Cheat Shirt
This is a shirt with a Linux cheat sheet printed upside-down, so you can glance down at it while hacking. Aimed at the non-guru, it's mainly an overview of useful programs and in some cases handy arguments, and includes a guide to regular expressions. We recommend wearing this to any Linux job interview that involves a test. You can check out how observant they are, and also what their sense of humor is like. We also recommend bringing a change of clothes, in case they make you take it off. Assorted Linux commands in white on a black 100% cotton t-shirt.
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Periodic GeNiUS Babydoll
$20.99 $14.99
Periodic GeNiUS Babydoll
"Nothing is more humbling than discovering a situation in which your immense body of knowledge is completely useless. Just because you have a PhD in Chemistry doesn't mean you can bake a soufflé. And nobody wins at Trivial Pursuit without at least knowing something about sports. (Luckily, sometimes it's about fencing.) This shirt says, ""I'm a genius, but I recognize it's only applicable periodically to my life."" Oh, and, ""Also, I dig chemistry."" The chemical formula for genius (okay, it's not... but it SPELLS genius...), Germanium, Nickel, Uranium, and Sulfur, printed with their atomic properties in white on a black, babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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Your Comment Is Awaiting Moderation
$16.99
Your Comment Is Awaiting Moderation
"Multitasking. We multitask all the time, even though studies have shown it doesn't increase productivity. So when you're running a report, getting the paperwork together for your next meeting, and putting the finishing touches on that presentation, the last thing you need is for a coworker to walk into your space unannounced and start talking. They usually get a half a sentence into the blather and then immediately interrupt with the inquiry, ""Oh sorry. Were you in the middle of something?"" No. I work here. Why would you possibly think I might be in the middle of something? Of COURSE I'm in the middle of something. If you walked into my office at 2 p.m. on a Saturday, that would be an appropriate time for you to ask if I were in the middle of something. Because at 2 p.m. on a Saturday, theoretically I shouldn't be. But if I'm here, on a work day, during work hours, in the office? I'm working. Unless I'm walking to a meeting or picking up something from the printer, I'm in the middle of something. That's what work is. We suggest you wait for the inevitable, ""What do you think?"" at the end of the unilogue and point, silently, to your shirt. Right. You're in the queue. Don't expect to get out any time soon. Black 100% cotton t-shirt reads ""I'm not ignoring you. Your comment is awaiting moderation."""
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Schrödinger's Cat Babydoll
$20.99 $9.99
Schrödinger's Cat Babydoll
"Twisted up in Schrödinger's uncertainty thought experiment, this historical kitty has been put through a quantum ringer that nobody should have to experience. After all it's tough work being both alive and dead simultaneously. Every student of physics knows that Schrödinger's 1935 paper regarding a hypothetical paradox involving a cat has perplexed and annoyed physics geeks for years. The basic idea; If the outcome of a circumstance is presently unknown and by observing the circumstance you will disrupt it, then it exists in all possible states simultaneously... Simple! At least to quantum physicists with massive craniums. And hey eventually this principle will seem commonplace, but by then our highways will connect galaxies and shirts like this will be so utterly obvious that they'll likely be dish rags. Don't get it? We propose the following thought experiment: Give your friend enough money to purchase the ""Schrödinger's Cat"" shirt (don't forget the shipping). Tell your friend to take the money and lock himself in a room with a cigarette lighter. Let your friend know that once in the room he is to randomly choose either to burn the money, or return in five minutes with the money intact. We emphasize that this must be completely random (aka, impossible for a human to determine but bear with us). Your friend must then stay in this box for eternity. Hey, that's how thought experiments work. Hopefully he/she is OK with that. Since you have no idea whether your friend will destroy the money, you will simultaneously either lose or recover that money. So in a quantum sense, if you extend that logic, you will simultaneously either be able to purchase or not purchase this very t-shirt which enabled you to make the choice in the first place. Isn't physics fun? Perhaps when it was based on Newton, but now things are getting really hairy. Just wait another 100 years, we haven't seen anything yet.... Black, babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Stretchy and fitted, not baggy like the guys' stuff! Printed in white with ""Schrödinger's Cat is Dead"" on the front and ""Schrödinger's Cat is Not Dead"" on the back. Note: Don't want to have to explain this shirt to strangers? Fear no more! We now have free Schrödinger's Cat Pocket Cards to go with your shirt. They're perfect to print out and keep in your wallet so you can hand them out and make your escape while said strangers are busy reading."
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Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound
$29.99
Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound
"Tony Stark has some pretty keen armor, right kids? Well, one part of his armor can actually be bought. Check out the ""Iron Man"" Power Band below. But that's too much to give to a little kid. We gotta keep those cool movie props for ourselves, right adults? Well, kids like lights and sounds, so get them these Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound instead! These Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound are perfectly sized for kids (they fit up to a 5"" wrist). And better yet, these suckers have neato motion-activated lights and sounds (well, one unit has lights, and the other has lights and sounds). AND BETTER YET, if you put them together (by their powers combined!), they have a super powerful atomic megablast awesometacular lights and sounds combo. At least, we think it's that much fun. Get a set of Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound for your mini superhero(ine) today. They'll thank you - with JUSTICE!. Iron Man Power Bands with Lights & Sound For ages 5-10 (based on average wrist size) A kids version of those worn by Tony Stark in ""The Avengers"" - but these have lights and sounds! Set of two - one band lights up and the other makes lights and sounds. Put them together and get a special light and sound sequence. Bands are motion activated (and have an on/off switch for super time outs). Batteries 3 LR44 (included). Size: Fits most children 5-10 years old - band will stretch to fit about a 5"" wrist. Dimensions: (light up part) 2"" x 1"" x 1"""
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Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cup Set
$7.99
Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cup Set
Let's look at your computer's lifecycle. When your Windows computer is being a bit slow, when its memory is fragmented, when the threads of its normal execution become so tangled that it's no longer considered useful, the one thing that will refresh it fully is the troika of buttons "Ctrl - Alt - Del." Hitting those three buttons are designed to interrupt the computers processes, clearing out the memory, and recycling the system power. Now, let's look at your lifecycle...
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Kill You With My Brain Fitted Ladies' Tee - Black, M
$19.99
Kill You With My Brain Fitted Ladies' Tee - Black, M
The statement on this shirt is great. It's not just a reference to one of our favorite pop culture phenomena, because ... think about it. You probably could kill people with your brain. Have a psionic character in an RPG? Ding. Know how to mix acids and bases? Ding. Use dangerous skills learned on MythBusters for fun and profit? Ding. There are so many opportunities to use your mind as a dangerous weapon we're surprised you don't have to have it registered...
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Enough Social Interaction Fitted Ladies' Tee - Heavy Metal, XXL
$19.99 $9.99
Enough Social Interaction Fitted Ladies' Tee - Heavy Metal, XXL
Geeks: we're one big group of loners. Most of us are not much good at the whole social interaction thing. In fact, we've trained our whole lives to be Not Good at it. From playing house alone to petitioning to be the project manager, technical lead, designer, and tester all in one on your next project, you know that other people just make life more complicated. But don't worry. You're in good company here. You're amongst people who understand, cause we're like that, too...
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Like/Dislike Stamp Set
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Like/Dislike Stamp Set
"History Time: The thumbs up/thumbs down gesture for approval/distaste (and which gesture means which) comes from Ancient Roman times - specifically, instructions to the gladiator on whether or not to spare his opponent. But here's the thing: the Latin term for this is Pollice verso, which translates to ""turned thumb."" If you consult the writings of old dead Roman people, you'll find even they contradict each other on which one is really approval and which is distaste. But, who cares: we of the present have decreed thumbs up to be good and thumbs down to be bad. And that's the model that the Like/Dislike Stamp Set perpetuates. Each Like/Dislike Stamp Set comes with two, self-inking stamps (that's why we call it a set). Use the Like stamp for things you like and the Dislike stamps for things you don't like. For instance: we like origami - so though we will probably crush the little paper swan, we're gonna stamp it with the Like stamp. We don't like TPS reports, so we'll save the Dislike stamp for that. And why did we provide these further instructions and examples for such a straight forward product? Simple: to fill up space. YAY. Get your Like/Dislike Stamp Set today, and ink up your future with your opinion tomorrow. Like/Dislike Stamp Set Set of two stamps - for every occasion. Self-inking, for your convenience. Set includes one of each stamp. Dimensions: 3"" x 1.25"" x 2.5"""
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