I like chocolate almost as much as the next guy, but I think this might be a little much.  Apparently somebody who is skilled at molding chocolate made this delicious looking chocolate Millennium Falcon and then filled it with more gooey chocolate.  This seems like a bit of a chocolate overload to me although I’m not quite as addicted to it as some.  I’m more impressed by the awesome Millennium Falcon mold used on the chocolate.  I wonder if it was a home made mold or if it is something you can buy somewhere?

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Star Wars Millennium Falcon Chocolate

Star Wars Millennium Falcon Chocolate

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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 10:  Recreation of t...

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 10: Recreation of the Enterprise bridge from the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' TV series on display at 'Star Trek - The Exhibition' at the Hollywood & Highland complex on October 10, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

Until I posted about the pair of old floppy drives that played the Imperial March a while back, I had never imagined that floppy drives could double as musical instruments.  Well, it looks like somebody else has gone the extra mile to turn some old floppy drives into musical instruments.  While the first Imperial March person only used 2 drives, this guy used 8 drives to make the theme music from Star Trek: TNG.  Being more of a Deep Space Nine fan, I’m really hoping somebody gives the floppy drive music treatment to the DS9 theme song.

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If there is one thing I can’t get enough of, it is well done gaming tattoos.  Of all of the amazing gaming tattoos I have posted here in the past, I think this one might just be my favorite or at least it is very close.  Sadly, I don’t know who this guy is or who the tattoo artist is that made this fantastic work of gaming art, but it is definitely amazing.  Between the Super Mario Bros mushrooms, giant Sonic the Hedgehog and Legend of Zelda Triforce at the end, what’s not to love with this gaming full sleeve tattoo!

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Amazing Full Sleeve Gaming Tattoo

Amazing Full Sleeve Gaming Tattoo

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The nerdiness displayed in this picture is almost too much to take!  Between the Boba Fett helmet, Superman shirt and cupcakes featuring all kinds of geeky staples, its hard not to love this picture!  I think all of the cupcakes look great but I am especially fond of the Batman cupcake.  Whether you are a fan of superheroes like Spider-Man, Green Lantern and Captain America or you just love Star Wars, there is something to love in this picture for almost any geek out there.  My only complaint is where are the Star Trek cupcakes?!

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Boba Fett and His Nerdy Cupcakes

Boba Fett and His Nerdy Cupcakes

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I’ve posted some pretty awesome drink coasters in the past like the amazing Stargate SG-1 coasters or the Star Wars coasters, but for the computer lovers old enough to remember what floppy disks are, now we have some wooden floppy disk coasters!  These coasters will bring back computing memories older than your AOL disk coasters will!  If you want to take that trip down memory lane every time you set your drink down, Etsy seller Vectorcloud is selling these awesome wooden floppy disk coasters for $37.

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Wooden Floppy Disk Coasters

Wooden Floppy Disk Coasters

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There might not be any better way to tell somebody to live long and prosper than by making them some cookies.  And there also might not be any geekier way to take those cookies out of the oven than with a Vulcan solute oven mitt!  Well, for the Star Trek fans out there that like to do some cooking with the oven, then this Vulcan solute oven mitt can be yours for just $30 from Etsy seller pollaz.  This would be the perfect item for anybody that own’s the “Bake It So” cooking apron I posted a while back.

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Vulcan Solute Oven Mitt

Vulcan Solute Oven Mitt

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