Hello My Name Is Inigo Montoya Babydoll
"We hate going to events that require nametags. We don't like encouraging strangers to talk to us. Plus, we always forget to take the damn thing off when we walk out of whatever it was that required the nametag, so we're headed home, stopping by the grocery store, accidentally encouraging the produce manager to address us by name. Which is just creepy. The one exception would be if you had a really long name such as Tarquin Fin-tim-lin-bin-whin-bim-lim bus stop F'tang F'tang Olé Biscuitbarrel. Or if you had something complicated you had to say with your introduction, such as, ""Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."" Saying that over and over gets tedious (just ask Count Rugen). So in this case, we figure we can condone the use of nametags. Just this once. Black babydoll (fitted) shirt with white and red ""Hello my name is..."" sticker over the chest, with Inigo Montoya's full spiel wedged in there."
We're All Mad Here Babydoll
"Destination: Tea Party Calculating route. Turn left. Travel 200 meters. Arrive at waypoint, Cheshire Cat, on right. Recalculating route. Continue another 100 meters. Take exit on left toward March Hare's house. You have arrived at your destination, a large arm-chair at one end of a table set out under a tree in front of the house. Tenniel's engraving of Alice peering up at the disappearing Cheshire Cat printed in yellow, black, and a very Alice blue with the words ""We're all mad here."" on a purple babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. Also, you want to tumble dry this on LOW. Hot will make it shrink. S M L XL Chest 30 in. 32 in. 34 in. 36 in. Front 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...
Star Trek Logo Mug 20oz
Waking up in space takes a little getting used to. You don't get a regular sunrise and sunset and your bacon and eggs comes out of a replicator, not off a griddle. But there's something comforting about sipping your coffee from the same big mug you drank from on Earth. This 20oz ceramic mug is printed on one side with the Star Trek command insignia, and on the other with Kirk's speech from the opening of Star Trek. And once you've finished your cup, you'll be ready to boldly go...
Star Trek Spock Oven Mitt by ThinkGeek
On the Starship Enterprise's maiden voyage, the sick bay found itself overrun with victims of curious palm and finger burns. They complained that their food was going to burn if they didn't retrieve it quickly. When asked about an oven mitt, they would drop to their knees and scream, "BUT WHERE?" over and over again until sedated. It was then First Officer Spock came up with the idea to use his trademark symbol of peace and prosperity as a unique design for an oven mitt... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
Batman Ice Cube Tray
We'd say that Bruce Wayne uses these ice cubes when he throws a party, but that's probably a big fat lie. After all, that would give away his big secret. So we'll say that other people in Gotham who appreciate the good deeds of Batman probably use these when they throw parties. This silicone ice cube tray makes twelve bat insignia ice cubes. Not only are they the perfect addition to whatever you're drinking while reading the new Batman comics, they also look great in Halloween party drinks...
Pac-Man Pint Glass 2-Pack
Ever have a house guest that you regretted inviting over? For us, that guest was Pac-Man. For starters, he insisted only showing up after dark. Then, after we went to bed, we heard him stalking the halls all night. Not sure if he was sleepwalking or what, but he sure was noisy! The next morning, he was nowhere to be found. Oh, and all our food was gone. And our chinchilla. WTF, dude? At least ol' Pac left our glassware alone. He must get all the liquid he needs from the things he eats. If you need some sweet, arcade-inspired glassware, wokka-wokka yourself right to the BUY NOW button and these can be yours. Product Specifications Set of 2 pint glasses featuring Pac-Man Classy black with brightly colored creatures One glass features a Pac-Man level, the other is more of a fun design Love your glasses: hand wash for longest artwork life
Pixel Heart Heat Changing Mug by ThinkGeek
We all like to sit around and complain that we need caffeine to take on the oh-so-hard task of sitting on our expanding backsides and typing for eight hours. "Oh no," we say. "Don't talk to me about that spreadsheet until I've had my 4-cup French press!" Do you know who thinks you should STFU? Mario. Link. Other heroes who are busting their tails in the wild to rescue princesses and save the world. Think of them next time you complain about being bored in a meeting... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
Dreamlights Fireflies in a Jar
"As the days get longer, and the nights get warmer, people are venturing outside their doors and enjoying the moonlight. As they walk down streets and paths, the flickering lights of fireflies are hard to miss. During some summers, trees would light up with more fireflies than there were stars in the heavens, turning the whole sky upside-down. As kids, many of us ran through our parents' back yards, collecting fireflies in jars. They'd flicker inside, blinking out their little buggy code to each other. We would wonder what their bioluminescent blinkenlights were actually saying. Were they discussing the merits of Proust? Perhaps engaging in a rabid defense of French Existentialist poetry in an age of materialism and excess. No - nothing that heady. In fact, their gentle flickering communicates their ability to mate and their location - the entomological equivalent of ""Hey baby! Yo! Over here, good-lookin'! Yo!"" Of course, unless you're an 8-year old boy, or an entomologist, bugs are kinda icky, so handling them may not be your favorite thing to do. Also, there's the cruelty factor of shaking a jar full of bugs giving them tiny buggy concussions in an effort to stimulate their bioluminescence simply for the joy of a child who, in a few short minutes, will lose interest in favor of their Nintendo DS and some new Pokemon title. So where bugs fail us, robots fill in. These robots come in the form of tiny LEDs inside a frosted glass lantern. During the day, the lantern soaks up the energy of the sun, and during the night the little robot bugs glow, flickering and throbbing like real fireflies. You can set them to glow as long as they have power, or only when you shake the lantern. Don't worry about harming the little fellas - they aren't real. Your karma is safe. So traipse across your moonlit garden again, like you did when you were a kid. Set it on your night stand to offer a soft soothing glow while you sleep, or just take a walk using the lantern as cool illumination as you go. The fireflies won't mind - in fact, they'll probably come to check out the hot little robotic numbers inside. Ooh yeah, baby. Features Glass lantern full of flickering LED ""fireflies"" Rechargeable solar batteries keep your lights going for many hours Switchable to glow when it gets dark, or when you shake the jar Soothing light that's cruelty free! 4 inches in diameter, 5 3/4 inches tall"