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Labyrinth

Are you ready to get your tabletop gaming on at Labyrinth Game Shop?!

International TableTop Day has been declared!

International TableTop Day!

Geek & Sundry has decreed Saturday, March 30 as International TableTop Day; a day to go out to your local game store, community center, or even just host your own event at home and play more games! By playing tabletop games, we're given the opportunity to get together with our friends and family and spend more time with each other. Who would want to pass that up?

We're only more than happy to oblige, so in celebration of this momentous day, come out to Labyrinth Game Shop in Washington, DC for some friendly competition and fun times with your friends, family, and fellow geeks! They've got an assortment of tabletop games ready for you to enjoy. (Or you can bring your own!)

The Rundown:
  • The event will take place at Labyrinth Game Shop in Washington, DC from noon to 6pm ET.
  • There will be a small ThinkGeek away team in attendance with some goodies in haul as well!
  • If you're unable to make it out to DC (sadface!), you can find more places to game at on the TableTop Day website.

Bring a friend & get your game on!

Bonsai Bag End

Wee Bag End bonsai for the very littlest of hobbitses.

Wanna bet? We've rounded up another batch of the most awesome links from the past weeks and put 'em in a post for you for easy viewing. Enjoy!

Our favorite links from the Twitter, Google+, Facebook, and Pinterest 'verse:

Velociraptors in the workplace

Star Wars vs. Star Trek. Who is the victor?! (Trek News)

One cake to rule them all. (Between the Pages)

Didn't think you were that old? Well, this was 9 years ago. (Geeks Are Sexy)

Velociraptor attacks are a growing concern in the workplace. (Buzzfeed)

This Claddagh ring represents power, courage, wisdom, & Hyrule. (Exploded Soda)

This is the mixer you're looking for. (Deviant Art)

Life is like a roller coaster: it's more fun with friends. (Imgur)

World's cutest frog. Seriously. (YouTube)

In space, no one can hear you snore. (Snurkbeddengoed)

I wear a TARDIS fez now. TARDIS fezzes are cool. (Coregeek)

Old computer games couldn't be won. They go harder & faster until you died. Just like real life.

GPOY. (Left Handed Toons)

Gollums got dreams, too. (YouTube)

"Old computer games couldn't be won. They go harder & faster until you died. Just like real life." (Make Use Of)

Anybunny want to go carrot shopping?! (Imgur)

The TARDIS will always light the way. (Etsy)

Just keep scrolling. (Sewing and Embroidery Warehouse)

Carrot shopping

How fast can it do the Kessel Run? (Technabob)

This Star Wars baby mobile is too precious. (Etsy)

Wear this TARDIS ballgown on your next date with the Doctor. (Fashionably Geek)

New Catching Fire posters have got us hugry for more. (Daily Blam)

Things to do when thte internet is down. (Pleated Jeans)

Meanwhile, in Britain. (Flickr)

Social media in real life. (Tumblr)

This video of the Russian meteor is crazy. We still can't believe the weatherman didn't predict it. (YouTube)

ThinkGeek Trivia Night

Are you ready to spend Pi Day with ThinkGeek?! Because we are. We're sooo ready.

ThinkGeek's Geek Trivia night tickets are on sale NOW!


***UPDATE: The event has sold out!***

Surprised? Us too! That took about an hour. We'll be in touch with our attendees via email soon to lock down teams for those who didn't have one yet and to verify team names and attendance with those who were prepared.


We hope you've spent the past week recruiting friends, family, robots, and aliens for your team and are brushing up on all things geek. Expect a night of fun and friendly competition, but remember: only one team can take home the title of Geek Trivia MASTERS.

The Finer Points:

  • Tickets are $10 (plus fees) and are available for purchase here at Brown Paper Tickets. There is an 8 ticket limit. -- Sold out!
  • Tickets are for participating trivia teams only! We won't have any room for spectators. Do not purchase a ticket if you do not wish to take part in our trivia competition! All ticket holders must be part of a team, and if you do not have a team organized at the time of purchase, we will help sort you onto one.
  • When purchasing, please be sure to note on the ticket form whether or not your team is complete (with 6-8 participants), so we know who requires our matchmaking services.
  • If your team is complete, we would appreciate it if you could provide us with your team name and team leader's email address. If you don't have a team name yet, don't fret! We'll get in touch with your team leader later to find out.
  • Geek Trivia night will be held on Thursday, March 14, at Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA. Doors open at 7:00pm, and we'll begin around 7:30pm.

Prepare yourselves for the most epic Pi Day yet!

ThinkGeek Trivia Night

What're you doing on Pi Day? Reciting pi, baking pies, and eating lots of pie? That's cool, that's cool. How about changing it up this year and spending it with us?

On Thursday, March 14, we will be hosting our first ever Geek Trivia Night at Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA. We challenge teams of 6-8 to come out and compete against your fellow geeks for the title of Geek Trivia MASTERS! We've got some awesome prizes in store for the winners and will also be raffling off goodies in honor of Pi Day. What better way to celebrate this glorious day than with the ThinkGeek team and your companions?

So, you in? Good, because tickets go on sale next Wednesday, February 27, and we'll post the link up on our blog once they do. There is a limited amount, so prepare yourselves! You have a week to recruit and form your teams; choose wisely because we'll ask about almost anything. From science to Star Wars to what we ate for dinner last night. (Hint: It was delicious.)

The Details:

  • Geek Trivia Night will be held on Thursday, March 14, at Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA. The venue serves food and drink (purchased separately) for you to indulge on while participating in the trivia fun.
  • Doors open at 7pm ET, with the festivities running on until 10:30pm. There will be 4 rounds of questions, 10 questions per round.
  • Tickets are $10 each and go on sale Wednesday, February 27; they will be sold at a first come, first served basis. We recommend teams purchase their tickets together.
  • If you're thinking about bringing your geekling, please be aware that everyone must have a ticket, including children. We suggest geeklings be age 13+ and/or huge trivia buffs.
  • Teams must be composed of 6-8 people. We will be contacting the ticket purchasers later regarding your team name, members, and leader. If you have less than 6 but still want to play, we'll have a meet & greet at the beginning of the night for you to form friendships and alliances with other players. We can also match you up, but you must agree to leave your fate up to the almighty Timmy.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask us in the comments below.

Think you & your friends got what it takes? Come out and prove it on March 14!

Bach off..

Duuude, seriously, Bach off!

In preparation for the long weekend, we've gathered a whole lotta links together for your viewing pleasure. This should keep you satisfied during the holiday!

Our favorite links from the Twitter, Google+, Facebook, and Pinterest 'verse:

All I feel inside is burgers. (Tumblr)

Old-school Nintendo tattoo

Hot dog! You've got chainmaille. (Tumblr)

Read a book while inside a book. INCEPTION. (Field Candy)

Would subscribe: Firefly Owner magazine spoof. (Bleeding Cool)

It doesn't hurt to carry an extra life around. (F Yeah Tattoos)

This is what you get when you mix Harry Potter and Tequila. Result vary. (Pleated Jeans)

What did you have for dinner!? (Artlebedev)

It's not about the chair, it's what you put into it! (Straight Line Designs)

Thanks for being awesome, cap'n. (ThinkGeek)

Easiest way to destroy the Death Star is to eat it. (Designer Lolli)

How to make your own R2-D2 heels. They exist! (Instructables)

Crocheted TARDIS blanket to keep you warm while the Doctor's away. (Tumblr)

PEWPEW PEWPEWPEW. (Boing Boing)

If Tony Stark were steampunk. (Obvious Winner)

Expecto Patronum

Cooking is part art, part chemistry. Bonus: It's MAGNETIC! (Instructables)

Triple letter decorating score! Scrabble benches & tile pillows by Stephen Reed. (Stephen Reed)

What kind of Whovian are you? (The Bloggess)

DIY constellations scarf! (A Beautiful Mess)

In space, no one can hear you snore. (Snurk Beddengoed)

So... how fast does it go? (Technabob)

Can't decide who is your favorite superhero? Just put 'em all on! (Between the Pages)

WOOKIEE MONSTER! (Tumblr)

Allons-y! Fantastic 10th Doctor pinafore by DarlingArmy. (Deviant Art)

I had a cookie once. I HATED IT. (Instagram)

Es-car-GO! We're cheering for ya, froggy. (500px)

Bookshelf made out of books. A book within a book. INCEPTION. (Imgur)

This is still the weirdest thing we've seen all week. (YouTube)

Chainmaille dog

Mmm, this pizza is dalektable. (That's Nerdalicious)

This is not CGI. WUHT. (Vimeo)

Everyday attire designs of superheroes. (Fashionably Geek)

The Periodic Table of Elements as cartoon characters. (Kaycie KCD)

Ryan Gosling & Matt Smith are going to be in a movie together. *Cue fangirls* (io9)

The Hyrule Hustlers are running a Zelda marathon benefiting Child's Play. Please help 'em out if you can! :) (Hyrule Hustlers)

The amazing kids of Mrs. M's class, whose project we helped fund!

Drumroll, please.

With almost 550 nominees, it was anyone's guess which classrooms would come out on top. We've managed to tally up the votes, and here are the four classes you chose that we've just funded with a $1,000 total donation:

Mr. H's Class
  1. Peer Tutors: Making Math Magnificent!, Ms. T in Collierville, TN
    Geeklings need math learning materials and games.

    Ms. T has already gotten back to us! Here's what she had to say:
    "Dear Timmy's minion and ThinkGeek Treeta Dobra (Council of Elders),
    Ee chee wa maa! Yubnub! and Teeha! Teeha! Teeha! (For non-Ewokians, that's: Wow! Hooray! and Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!) My wee geeks are over the chiutatal (moon) that this project has been fully funded. No, really, I'm not talking figurative language here... I mean really... The space launch departed about an hour ago, filled with peer tutors and their study buddies. I so appreciate your generosity and commitment to DonorsChoose. These materials will make a x'iutha (important) difference for my geeklings, now and in years to come! We yupyup (rejoice)!"

  2. The Astonishing Gift of Teddy Bodain, Mrs. M in Clermont, FL
    Geeklings need copies of The Astonishing Gift of Teddy Bodain.

    Mrs. M's message to us filled us with warm fuzzies. She writes,
    "I am so thrilled that this project was funded! The students screamed so loud that the entire school may have heard them! They want these books so bad, and now they can finally have them! It was their favorite thing they read all year and wanted nothing more than a copy of the book, The Astonishing Journey of Teddy Bodain. Thanks for your support. It is truly appreciated. Students, teachers, and our classrooms wouldn't be the same without wonderful supporters like you. Happy Valentine's Day!!"

  3. Recharge Our Planet, Ms. D from Hawthorne, CA
    Geeklings need rechargeable batteries for their dissecting microscopes.

    Voter comment: Go class! Good Job! Keep up the good work! Carpe Diem!

  4. An Epson Projector To Help Us Focus On Learning!, Mr. H in Bakersfield, CA
    Geeklings need an LCD digital projector.

    Good news! Mr. H just responded to us and says,
    Dear Timmy's Minion and the AWESOME Folks at THINKGEEK,
    Thank you for your most generous donation to our project! The kids and I are so very grateful to have the support of ThinkGeek fans. We are now closer than EVER to having a new digital projector in our room. This device has a built-in iPod dock and speakers which will allow the children to not only create their own movies, they can share their work with their classmates and friends! Thank you, again, for inspiring a whole new generation of geeks. :)


Thank you to everyone who voted! Although, we guess there's another reason why you did, huh? Congratulations to Marianne C. of Tampa, FL for being our randomly selected $100 gift certificate winner! We'll be in touch with you shortly.

Project Geek<3 is something we look forward to doing every Valentine's Day, and we want to thank all the amazing teachers who work so hard and make do with what they have to inspire these wee geeklings. Thanks for help spreading the <3! Have a wonderful Valentine's Day.

Ron & Harry

Ah, Valentine's Day. A day filled with commercialized love, candy, and spending time with your +1.

But we won't wax poetic about romance; we're here to celebrate our BFFs, partners in crime, galentines or bromances. Because whether you're rebelling against the Galactic Empire, making bacon pancakes, or fighting Voldemort, you need your pals. Here's our tribute to some of the best dynamic duos in movies and television to help celebrate the love we've got for our pals.

Vote for your favorite twosome or suggest any missing ones in the form below!

The results!

Soooo we missed a few pairs--Mal and Zoe, even--and we're going to add them to this post soon, but in the meantime, here's how you guys voted:

Best friends 4EVA

Kirk & Spock (Star Trek)

Kirk & Spock

Kirk: Is there anyone on this ship, who even remotely, looks like Satan?
Spock: I am not aware of anyone who fits that description, Captain.
Kirk: No, Mr. Spock, I didn't think you would be.


Han Solo & Chewbacca (Star Wars)

Han Solo & Chewbacca

Han, to Chewbacca: Laugh it up, fuzzball.


Sarah Jane & K-9 (Doctor Who)

Sarah Jane & K-9

K-9: Greetings Mistress!
Sarah Jane: K-9? Can you hear me?
K-9: Affirmative, Mistress!


Sam & Frodo (Lord of the Rings)

Sam & Frodo

Frodo: What are we holding onto, Sam?
Sam: That there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo... and it's worth fighting for.


Sherlock Holmes & Dr. John Watson (Sherlock)

Sherlock Holmes & Dr. John Watson

John Watson: You're just showing off.
Sherlock Holmes: Of course. I am a show-off, that's what we do.


Buffy & Willow (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

Buffy & Willow

Buffy: Now, you're sure you're up to this?
Willow: Don't worry. I won't do anything that could be interpreted as brave.


Sheldon & Leonard (The Big Bang Theory)

Sheldon & Leonard

Sheldon: I can't seem to get in touch with Amy. I tried e-mail, video chat, tweeting her, posting on her Facebook wall, texting her, nothing.
Leonard: Did you try calling her on the telephone?
Sheldon: The telephone. You know, Leonard, in your own simple way, you may be the wisest of us all.


Finn & Jake (Adventure Time)

Finn & Jake

Finn: This guy is a pal for life! It looks like he's got two jiggly bellies stuck together.
Jake: I've got that on my back. I call it my butt.


Penny & Brain (Inspector Gadget)

Penny & Brain

Penny: Follow Uncle Gadget, Brain.
Brain: Rrrrrrright!


Moss & Roy (IT Crowd)

Moss & Roy

Roy: Really? You do the whole Lonely Hearts thing?
Moss: I'm a 32 year old IT-man who works in a basement. Yes, I do the whole Lonely Hearts thing!


Lt. Commander Data & Spot (Star Trek: TNG)

Lt. Commander Data & Spot

Data: Spot, you are disrupting my ability to work.
Spot: Meow.
Data: Vamoose, ye little varmint!


Harry Potter & Ron Weasley (Harry Potter)

Harry Potter & Ron Weasley

Harry: I think if he'd had the chance, he might've tried to kill me tonight.
Ron: And to think, I've been worrying about my potions final.


Tara & Sookie (True Blood)

Tara & Sookie

Sookie: All he did was ask me to the DGD tonight and besides it's in a church. And why shouldn't I? He's perfectly nice, he's got a good job, and he's not a vampire! And why, why do I have to justify this to you?
Tara: I'm entitled to know what my girl's up to, aren't I?


R2-D2 & C-3PO (Star Wars)

R2-D2 & C-3PO

C-3PO to R2-D2: Don't you call me a mindless philosopher, you overweight glob of grease!


Shaun & Ed (Shaun of the Dead)

Shaun & Ed

Ed: You gonna thank me then?
Shaun: For what?
Ed: Tidying up!
Shaun: Doesn't look that tidy.
Ed: Well, I had a few beers when I finished.


Hiro Nakamura & Ando Masahashi (Heroes)

Hiro Nakamura & Ando Masahashi

Hiro: We have changed. We are badasses now!
Ando: Yes. We are very badass.


Xena & Gabrielle (Xena Warrior Princess)

Xena & Gabrielle

Xena: You call that a jump?
Gabrielle: No! It was a frantic leap. Best I could do.


Bart & Milhouse (The Simpsons)

Bart & Milhouse

Bart: Man, I'm so bored.
Milhouse: Wait until we're teenagers, then we'll be happy.


Wreck-It Ralph & Vanellope von Schweetz (Wreck-it Ralph)

Wreck-It Ralph & Vanellope von Schweetz

Wreck-It Ralph: You're a winner!
Vanellope: I'm a winner!
Wreck-It Ralph: And you're adorable!
Vanellope: I'm adorable!


Troy & Abed (Community)

Troy & Abed

Abed: I hate when they finish each other's...
Troy: ...pies.


Ann & Leslie (Parks & Recreation)

Ann & Leslie

Ann: Describe your ideal man.
Leslie: He's dark and mysterious, and he can sing. And he plays the organ.
Ann: I think you just described the Phantom of the Opera.


Timmy making Valentine's!

Timmy loooves making valentines!

On Friday, February 1st, we had the pleasure of having Volunteer Fairfax, a local volunteer center that provides volunteer opportunities for the community, over at our HQ for quite a special lunch: to make Valentine's Day Cards! Not just any valentines cards, though, we added our own geeky flair into the mix in order to make them extra special for the kids of Foster Care to Success. FCS is a charity that helps fund America's foster youth through college and provide support for them along the way - such as care packages on Valentine's Day!

To express our gratitude for everything that they do, we've donated $500 to both Volunteer Fairfax and Foster Care to Success. Thank you for being awesome!

Pizza & card making!

So it begins!

After fueling ourselves up on pepperoni & bacon pizza, we went into card making mode! Here are a couple of the gems that resulted:

Yay, Valentine's Day cards!

Who wouldn't love getting Star Wars or Doctor Who valentines?

Yay, more Valentine's Day cards!

Robots can love, too!

Meanwhile, Timmy was kind enough to do a bit of babysitting for us...

Timmy the babysitter!

Babysitting... or trying to befriend this lady monkey? Timmy is tricksy!

We had a wonderful time, and thank Volunteer Fairfax so much for coming and doing what they do for the community. We look forward to working on another volunteer project with you again in the future!

Volunteer Fairfax!

The lovely volunteers of Volunteer Fairfax; thanks again!

Toy Fair Booth Before & After!

The before & after of our booth at Toy Fair! Beautiful, isn't it?

We're at Toy Fair!

If you're here, swing by and visit us at booth #3130! We're unveiling three new products, and you fine folk get to see them before everyone else. For the rest of you, guess you'll just have to wait :/ Have fun with that!

Just kidding!

We now present you... (drumroll, please)...

Build-On Brick Mug!

Build-On Brick Mug

The Build-On Brick Mug is available NOW!

Can't stay awake during that morning meeting and caffeine just not cutting it? Enter the Build-On Brick Mug! It's a coffee mug and construction set all in one. It's compatible with your favorite building blocks, so get your imagination going and keep building 'til the weekend!

Massive Cosplay Titan Sword!

Massive Cosplay Titan Sword

The Titan Sword will be ready for shipping around March 18th. Use the "E-mail Me" button and be notified the moment it hits our warehouse!

Speak softly and... CARRY A HUGE SWORD! Your enemies will come to fear you if you wield this giant 5 foot sword. (It's made of foam, though, so don't let them know that...) We designed this awesome sword for you to brandish about at your next convention, Halloween, or around your home (to chase solicitors off your property, of course).

The ThinkGeek Ringtone Annoy-a-tron!

The ThinkGeek Ringtone Annoy-a-tron

The ThinkGeek Ringtone Annoy-a-tron will be ready for shipping around April 3rd. Use the "E-mail Me" button and be notified the moment it hits our warehouse!

WHERE IS THAT PHONE?! Take pranking to a whole new level. We've taken one of our most popular products and made it even more evil by giving it the ability to mimic 6 frequently-heard ringtones. This small device can be hidden anywhere with a battery that lasts up to 4 weeks. Watch as coworkers go crazy trying to find a phone that's ringing!

If you're at Toy Fair, come see these products for yourself along with the Mega Stomp Panic, our Minecraft products, and much more! Hope to see you there!

Timmy Snow is coming

After a long and arduous journey through the blizzard, Timmy Snow has finally arrived. Come say hello to him at our booth!

Timmyvengers... ASSEMBLE!

Quick! There are geeklings in need of help, and you're just the heroes for the job!

For the fifth year in a row, we're donating to DonorsChoose.org for project Geek<3; we need your help in spreading the love this Valentine's Day and deciding which classrooms will receive our donation!

Just like in years past, we're donating a total of $1,000 to classrooms in need of materials and supplies. Your votes will determine which classrooms we give to, in order of popularity, until we hit the $1,000 mark.

BONUS! Your vote will enter you to win a $100 gift certificate. Not that it matters, though, right? You're in it to support the geeklings and their desire to learn! We must help nurture and empower the next generation! Right? ...Right?!

How to vote (and enter to win) in Project Geek<3:

  1. 1. Go to DonorsChoose.org and find a classroom you think needs some geek <3ing. Make a note of the classroom ID. For example, if the classroom's url is 
    http://www.donorschoose.org/project/take-a-look/897561/
    the ID is #897561. If you need a good starting point, there's always the Math & Sciences section, Music and the Arts, and Literacy and Language.
  2. 2. Register your vote on our form-o-matic below by 5pm ET Wednesday, February 13, 2013. Voting is now closed; we'll announce the selected classrooms tomorrow! On V-Day, we'll tally up the votes, make the donations, and post the results and our $100 gift certificate winner here on our blog , TwitterFacebook, and G+ that afternoon.

Alright, you've got your mission; go on and pick your favorite classroom and your those super fabulously warm geek fuzzies! We'll report back here with more on the big <3 day.

Cupidthulhu Pinterest Challenge

Cupidthulhu is out to get you.

UPDATE! This contest is closed; see below for our winners!

Yes, the mythical creature of lore has come out of hiding! With his mighty quiver of tentacle arrows in hand, he will make you fall in love & despair with everything ThinkGeek. Some say it's actually just Timmy wearing a tiny pair of Cthulhu wings and a diaper (which may be 65 - 100% true), but it's more than that. So much more.

Pinterest Challege

His target isn't you this time, but your pinboard! Cupidthulhu is looking to give away $250 worth of ThinkGeek goodies to two lucky entrants. Pin up to $250 of your favorite ThinkGeek products to a Pinterest pinboard titled "ThinkGeek's Cupidthulhu Challenge" and enter the board's URL into our contest form below by 11:59pm ET Thursday, February 7 for a chance to win. On Friday, February 8, Cupidthulhu will randomly choose two pinners who will live happily ever after with free goodies!

The Rules:

  • You must title your pinboard "ThinkGeek's Cupidthulhu Challenge". Please be sure to pin the contest page as well.
  • You must include only ThinkGeek items on the board. That'll just keep things simpler and not confuse the Cupidthulhu. (Woe betide he who confuses Cupidthulhu!)
  • You must have less than $250 worth of items on your pinboard. It doesn't have to be exactly $250--just less. This total does not include shipping, and the best way to total your pinboard is to add the items to your cart and use the total you see there as your guideline.
  • You must enter the URL to your pinboard (for example, http://pinterest.com/thinkgeek/thinkgeek-valentines/) into our form below by 11:59pm ET Thursday, February 7.
  • You must cross your tentacles and pray to Cupidthulhu lest his vengeful arrows of love miss your pinboard.

FINAL UPDATE! The contest is closed and our two lucky random winners blessed by Cupidthulhu's tentacles are Stacy St. John and Monica Romig Green! Monica and Stacy, we'll be in touch via email shortly. Thanks to everyone who participated in this contest--it was our biggest Pinterest contest so far, and if you think we should run one again, let us know in the comments!

In the meantime, you can check our boards on Pinterest and see what Cupidthulhu recommends for <3 Day.


Still have questions? Here are the finer points:

  • You may change your board as many times as you like before the contest deadline, even after you enter via our form, but whatever is there at 11:59pm ET on Thursday, February 7 is what you're entered to win.
  • If you add more than $250 worth of goodies, you won't win.
  • If prices change between now and when the contest ends, we will honor the sale price so your board won't go over $250 total. Cupidthulhu does not tolerate poor addition, but he's not heartless.
  • You cannot pin items already out of stock. If any of the items you pin go out of stock after the contest closes, then you will receive a gift certificate in the amount of that item.
  • If you're outside the US and eligible to enter (check all the countries here), you are very much welcome to enter, but please note that you may be charged customs and handling fees when your goodies arrive. Sorry, but this contest won't cover those costs.
  • Looking for the legalese? You can find it here.

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