Refill Required Baby Creeper
"Babies are always up to something. They have things to do. Places to be (such as the crib). Fingers to stick in light sockets if you're not careful. If they don't have a full bottle at all times, they might just conk out, and then where would you be? It's all fun and games until you pick up 100 db wailing through the monitor. Let's face it. If baby ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. This is an authentic Glennz design, full of New Zealand-y goodness. Printed on a black, 100% baby rib cotton lap-sleeve creeper, this design features a milk bottle with dangerously low power level symbols. It's printed on American Apparel, which fits differently than most of ThinkGeek's offerings, so be sure to check below before selecting a size. Size 6 Mo. 12 Mo. 18 Mo. 24 Mo. Chest 14"" 16"" 18"" 20"" Length 13"" (creeper) 14"" (creeper) 15"" (creeper) 15 3/4"" (creeper) Weight (lb) 7 - 15 lb 16 - 22 lb 23 - 27 lb 28 - 30 lb"
Batgirl Costume Babydoll
In the past we've shied away from carrying superhero logo costume-style t-shirts. When you can find Green Lantern or the Flash on the racks at your local SuperChainMart, that's a product ThinkGeek doesn't need to pick up. And then we saw these. They're unique. We knew we had to carry them for our crowd of female comic book fans. They're not subtle, but they're also not over the top. These are costumey without being cosplay. Basically, depending on how you accessorize the shirt, you can play up or down its kitchiness. Black, 100% cotton shirt with the logo on the chest and utility belt printed in yellow across the waist of the shirt. The back is blank. Note that this is longer in length than our standard babydolls. It comes down around your hips for the full costume-but-not-costume effect. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL Chest 30 in. 32 in. 34 in. 36 in. Waist 28 in. 30 in. 32 in. 34 in. Length 24 in. 25 in. 26 in. 27 in.
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...