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This post doesn’t really qualify as a fanboy item but its still quite nerdy and it reflects the mood I am in today so I decided to post it since I didn’t really have any other cosplay or anything else I had planned on posting today anyway.  If you are a computer savvy tech geek like I am, chances are you have to play tech support for your family and friends on a regular basis.  It seems like whenever there is a major holiday gathering, I end up spending most of the time trying to fix stuff for people to the point that I am often in another room tinkering away while everybody else is sitting around the dinner table eating and talking.

Most people would think that is kind of unfair and sucks but I honestly prefer it that way as I am a bit of a loner anyway.  However, it does kind of annoy me when the only time I hear from people is when they break something and want me to fix it, especially when they don’t even offer to pay me anything to fix it which is what inspired my posting of this shirt.

The fantastic people over at ThinkGeek are selling this I’m here because you broke something t-shirt for $19.99.  Also, if you spend $40+ and use the code ‘FOAMFTD’ you will get a free 8-bit flower bouquet (offer good through Valentines Day) which would be a perfect gift for that geeky special someone on Valentines Day so you might want to do a little more shopping while you are there just to get that.  Note: Those are affiliate links so that I get credit for referring you if you are awesome enough to decide to buy this shirt or anything else while you are on their site.  The only way I can afford to keep this site running is with affiliate sales like this so make sure to use those links if you decide to buy it!

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I'm here because you broke something t-shirt

I’m here because you broke something t-shirt

[Source:  ThinkGeek]

There are times I wish I was one of those really clever geeks who are able to see obscure similarities between things and tie them together in a really interesting way.  I’d say that thanks to my time on Reddit, my skills in that area have improved a bit but they still aren’t sharp enough to come up with something as clever as the shirt below combining the Cybermen from Doctor Who and their love of the word “DELETE” with the ol’ three-finger salute for fixing computer problems.

The nerdy folks over at ThinkGeek are selling this Cyberman Ctrl Alt Del shirt for $19.99 (up to $21.99 for larger sizes).  This shirt combines a Cyberman with the computer keyboard shortcut ctrl + alt + del in a really clever way with the Cyberman taking place of the delete key.

As a serious computer nerd and Doctor Who fan, this is definitely one shirt I will be adding to my wardrobe!

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Doctor Who Cyberman Ctrl Alt Del T-Shirt

Cyberman Ctrl Alt Del Shirt

[Source:  ThinkGeek]

It is a pretty small canvas, but it seems like there are a lot of people (especially women) that like to express their artistic side with some really cool fingernail paint jobs.  In the past, I have posted some pretty neat looking Harley Quinn fingernail art on here, but for those that have more of a love for computers than Batman, I have a feeling you will love this cool circuit board fingernail art.

The Tumblr blog Nail Pop created this fantastic circuit board fingernail art and I would say it turned out great!  Just looking at this has inspired me to get my inner computer hardware geek on and do some upgrading to my desktop.  Now if only somebody would fund the hardware upgrades (I really just need some more RAM), I would be in good shape!

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Circuit Board Nail Art

Circuit Board Fingernail Art

[Source:  Nail Pop via Geeks are Sexy]

I see a lot of people liking things on Facebook, but I almost never see people liking bras or even boobs despite the fact that I know they like them!  Well, now you can show how much you really like bras or boobs thanks to this awesome Facebook “like” bra!  This interesting hand-painted “like” bra can be purchased on Etsy for $23.  However, if you buy this, don’t be too surprised if people randomly come up to you and press the like button.

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The Facebook Like Bra

The Facebook Like Bra

[Source:  Etsy via Geeks Are Sexy]