You guys requested it! These round, more formal additions to our other Circuit Board Cufflinks are matchy-matchy with their gold printed circuitry and matching gold-toned hardware (jewelry nerds call those bits “findings”).
Skip the bouquet of soon-wilting flowers and give a cuddly gift that will show your love (and quirky sense of humor) this V-Day. This largish but not-quite-pillow-size grinning heart plushie, Humongous Heart Plush by iheartguts comes with a silly hang tag too.
These cute new additions to our plush collection are thymine (red), adenine (green), cytosine (green), and guanine (black) are the four nucleotide bases that make up our DNA. Not only are these Biochemies Plush adorably cute, they have magnets to form hydrogen bonds with each other. Thymine matches up to adenine and cytosine interacts with guanine.$29.50
‘Tis the season to be socially obligated to attend various parties, but you don’t need to look like a schmuck while you do. Ditch those boring ties and rock one of ours! Select ties are up to 25% off. Go!
The coolest thing about getting this plush Cancer from Giant Microbes is that it can be easily cured by turning it inside out! How cool is that? It’s a positive take on a disease, and it’s kind of adorable in both its states, too. $12.95.
We just got in our Tetris candy ($3.95) that come in a purple metal “T” tin, and the best part is that each of the mints are shaped like the game pieces, so you could play a little game on your desk with some skillful chew-work, if you felt like it. However, it’s just easier and less slobbery to play it online, though, and we found a decent one that lets you pick the level (speed) you want to start at.
A little known fact is that there’s a 10% discount on both our candy and our Giant Microbes plush toys if you buy 10 or more of each item, which is a great way to get stocking-stuffers out of the way.
Just in time for the annual stocking-stuffer need, we’ve just added Tetris Mints to our nerdy candy offerings. They come in the familiar and versatile purple “T” shape, but they are filled with almost one hundred candies in the various piece shapes. You could draw a rectangle and then pull one piece out at a time to play a game, and then chomp off the full rows at the bottom. Might be a bit slobbery depending on your bite skills, but it sounds fun in theory.
There’s also a 10% discount when you order 10 or more. Just add the amount to your cart and you’ll see the discount automatically applied.
Instead of just the obligatory tie or pair of cufflinks, what about getting Dad super-cool versions instead? How about tastefully subtle cufflinks made from microcontrollers or circuit boards (below)? Or a tie that first appears to be an edgy, all-over one-color print, but is actually printed with vintage screens used to print circuit boards (at right)?
What about a tie clip made from a real solid state amplifier in a DIP package (above)?