Recall the Space Invaders scarf from November that someone was selling? My mother has been knitting for about 40 years and I showed her that pic of the scarf last month, mentioning how cool it is for geeks to have something like that.
Yesterday in the mail, that knit cap you see above (clicky) showed up in my mail, she quickly knitted it together for me to enjoy this Winter. Isn’t my mom cool?
Shameless plug for my mother: here’s her eBay store of the massive inventory of used books she sells. I love hearing stories about some of the books she and my sister find and then resell. Like the time they found a book on “How To Make A Coffin” at a garage sale for about $1, and a fellow bid it up on eBay to something like $50 or $75. Quite the profit.
Thanks for the geeky gift Mom!
And yes, I’ll wear it to work to show off how geeky I am and that I’m proud of that fact 8)
‘Buccaneer Betty‘ Pirate Lingerie?
And for only US$46.99, we should be buying this for our women. Right? Anyone gonna back me up on this?
Or am I delusional that the wife would want this?
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File.io – Anonymous file sharing service where you can upload and share files (via password-protected URL) for 30 days. Once 30 day period is over, all shared files will be automatically deleted. Pretty sweet! The perfect place to store those candid Brittney shots
Make your own Piratey Avatars like mine above, thanks to Stephanie Clarkson!
I figured the pink text should soften the scariness factor a touch, no?
Stephanie has some interesting things on her site – she has a cool tattoo, she has a blog and best of all she’s a professional designer of logos and avatars from time to time and she enjoys doing graphics for Puzzle Pirates. And she’s not just a graphics geek, she’s also developer. Devs are people I can relate to.
You probably haven’t put two and two together yet, recall the question I posed the other day: “OK, So Who Is My Mascot?“.
I’ll contact Stephanie, may she can help me answer that question.