Yes, if there is a way to post more things with stormtroopers (like this print) on this blog, I will totally do it. Deal with it.
So I opened a tab to Etsy on my browser the other day, and the very first thing I saw was this:
And I was intrigued, to say the least. So when I clicked on the item and looked at the keywords listed in the description (it's what I do, Internets,) I saw that it was listed under the category of Geekery, which I didn't--and still don't--quite get. I mean, I can't argue against the fact that there are geeks that do have an affection for felines, but to have this listed under Geekery seems a syllogistic fallacy to me (all geeks like stuff; some geeks like cats; ergo, all geeks like cat stuff,) and syllogisms make my head hurt, whether correct or not.
That aside, I do find the headband rather adorable and this did make me wonder what other kinds of headbands I could find listed in the Geekery category. And Internets, I was not disappointed.
Seeing the final installment of the Harry Potter movie fanchise will be released in little over a month's time, that should give you plenty of time to get your hands on this Patronus-shaped headband. 'Cause you've got to stand out at the premiere somehow, don't you?
Kicking it a bit more old-school, this headband features that most wonderful of power-ups from Super Mario Bros 3, the P-Wing.
For those who lack the necessary thickness of hair to properly pull of that most recognized of geek hairdos, the Leia buns, this bun headband is a Godsend. Also, lots cheaper than a wig/hair extensions.
And just because I'm impressed, here's a headband made from the motherboard of an Atari game:
Which--if you're not going to actually play them--strikes me as the best possible use for those old cartridges.
See you Wednesday!