8 Desirable Products to Getting Your Geek On
Because Geeks are AWESOME.
There are items around your house that make great conversation pieces, the more unique the better. Adding some geektastic items will certainly increase your social conversations and let’s face it, finding that treasure that makes you smile only brightens your day.
We have found eight desirable Products that will help you get your geek on; from a mathematical love note to a Fantasy Forest Terrarium, any one of our eight recommended products will increase your adorkablility and we encourage your inner geek to come alive.
1. Pac Man Ukulele
Even if you do not know how to play, this would make for an amazing decorative piece hanging on your wall or simply leaning against it. All 80’s kids will drool over this fantastic piece and what a bonus it would be if you knew how to play the Ukulele too.
2. A Vial of Unicorn Blood
Unicorns are fantastic mythical creatures that turn a simple horse into something magical, so of course they wouldn’t have blood like you or I. Instead, you can have some unicorn blood for your decor made up of what looks to be blue dust. For the DIY (do it yourself) geeks out there you could most certainly make this yourself.
3. Mustache Face Watch
I mustache you a question, what time is it? This is a really great watch for anytime… literally.
4. The Big Bang Theory Soft Kitty Song T-Shirt
If you watch the Big Bang Theory TV Show then you will be very familiar with this next geektastic product. It is the song that Sheldon has sung to him when he is sick.
5. Expressions of Vader T-shirt
Long before Twilight’s Kristen Stewart came along, in a faraway place there was an expressionless meme waiting to happen.
6. Geeky Wrapping Paper
This wrapping paper will surely impress the geek in your life.
7. Ancient Goddess Ruins: Fantasy Forest Terrarium
If you are looking for the ultimate fantasy gift; this Ancient Goddess Terrarium will make for a unique display piece.
8. Euler’s Identity Romantic Geek Art
Add a little romance any day of the week with this framed mathematical artwork that explains love in a vintage way.
Erin Ryan is a writer for various blogs and a Social Media Promotional Director who has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date with the Social Media Industry. Erin enjoys teaching and helping people and businesses on how to use and connect through Social Media. You can connect with Erin Ryan on Twitter.