There aren’t too many options for a Halloweeen costume when you are pregnant, but this rather clever expectant mother decided to turn her belly into perhaps the coolest Death Star costume ever!

Of course if you are going to make a great Death Star costume, its not enough to just paint up your outfit to look like a Death Star, you have to have X-Wing Fighters and Tie Fighters flying around your Death Star belly and rig up something that glows in the dark for the Death Stars weapon.  This is one of the coolest Halloween costumes ever!

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Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume

Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume

Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume Close Up

Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume Close Up

Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume Dark

Pregnant Death Star Halloween Costume Dark

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In the almost 2,000 blog posts that I have posted on Global Geek News, I have posted a handful of Millennium Falcon cakes (just search “Millenium Falcon Cake” in the search on the right) but this is the first LEGO Millennium Falcon I have posted.

The creator of this awesome LEGO Star Wars themed Millennium Falcon cake was created by Sandra’s Cakes.  The level of detail on this cake is quite impressive with all of the little LEGO brick looking pieces.  However, what I am most curious about is how they got the cake to have the look of a bunch of stars.  I don’t know if that is some kind of special fondant or what, but it gives the cake a really cool look!

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LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cake

LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cake

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There are some areas I can’t even imagine getting a tattoo due to the sensitivity of the skin and the top of a persons feet is pretty high on that list.  Just the thought of getting my feet inked makes me cringe!  Well, one gamer decided to ignore the pain and get these cool 8-bit Mario and Luigi tattoos on his feet!

The artist Anthony “Tank” Mansfield (Check out his amazing robot art) got these awesome 8-bit Mario and Luigi tattoos on his feet to celebrate his 30th birthday which marked 25 years since he had his first gaming experience with Super Mario Bros.  This Super Mario Bros inspired feet tattoos were done by David Boggins at Body Language Tattoo in Columbus, OH.

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8-Bit Mario and Luigi Feet Tattoos

8-Bit Mario and Luigi Feet Tattoos

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A little over a year ago (my how time flies when you are having fun!), I posted a rather spectacular looking Stargate cake and although that cake is an amazing and absolutely delicious looking, it can’t even compare to this absolutely mind blowing Stargate cake with accompanying cupcake that is the dial for the Stargate.

The crisp level of detail achieved on this cake by Custom Cake Designs is some of the best I have ever seen.  The realistic looking water effect is really cool too!  However, as amazing as cake is, I think my favorite part is the cupcake made to look like the dial home device.  I wish all cupcakes had that level of detail on them!  I don’t know what Custom Cake Designs charges to make something like these but I have a feeling its not enough!

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Amazing Stargate Cake

Amazing Stargate Cake

Stargate Dial Home Device Cupcake

Stargate Dial Home Device Cupcake

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When it comes to rather odd combinations of things to see done as a tattoo, this R2-D2 and Humpty Dumpty tattoo might be even stranger than the Bulbafett (Pokemon’s Bulbasaur and Boba Fett) tattoo that I posted some time ago.  I can’t even imagine what would make somebody even combine R2-D2 and Humpty Dumpty in the same train of thought, much less take that idea and make it into a really cool tattoo!

The design and ink were done by Max at a place called Paradise Tattoo (not sure where that is).  I’d say it turned out pretty cool and I really like the Death Star floating in the sky above Humpty Dumpty and R2-D2.  It is a nice touch!  However, the real question is who fell off the wall first and why did the other one push them?  Feel free to speculate in the comments!

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R2-D2 and Humpty Dumpty Tattoo

R2-D2 and Humpty Dumpty Tattoo

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