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http://www.thinkgeek.com

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Selling geek t-shirts, mugs, ties, high caffeine products, and many other gifts for programmers, linux hackers, and open source geeks. ThinkGeek is an American online retailer that caters to computer enthusiasts and other "geeky" social groups. Their merchandise includes clothing, electronic and scientific gadgets, unusual computer peripherals, office toys, pet toys, child toys, and caffeinated drinks and candy. ThinkGeek was founded in 1999, is based in Fairfax, Virginia, and is owned by Geeknet.

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So so may gifts have come to me from ThinkGeek. It is an amazing site for all things nerdy and fun. Their products are quality tested and all really nice items once you receive them. They also do a wonderful job categorizing their offers by type.

Need something Star Trek themed? No Problem.
Star Wars or Doctor Who? Easy.
Bacon? Yes, please.

They make it way too darned easy to take my money.

I think my only complaint would be the after purchase spam. Watch what you click when you set up your account, or you will get emails forever.
evylynrose

evylynrose

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A perfect place for finding a gift for any nerdy need or desire. Need a gift for a friend (or yourself) with specific interests anyone other than them (or you) would label geeky or nerdy? Save yourself the headache of looking elsewhere and start your shopping here. Even with more popular merchandise (like Star Wars and Doctor Who), I've found ThinkGeek to have unique products I couldn't find elsewhere.
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Shut up and take my money.
vroomvroom

vroomvroom

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A geek's dream!

Need to decorate your home? Get fun kitchen gadgets? Send Dad a belated Father's Day t-shirt? You can do that all here!

The descriptions are one of my favorite aspects of the site. You can tell the staff really enjoys their products, and want you to as well.
turtlekitten

turtlekitten

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This is my go-to site for gifts for my husband and friends! They have the most unique and awesome products. They are definitely over-priced but I'm ok with it because I can rarely find the things they carry anywhere else and they have frequent sales and promotions. You also get points with every purchase that you can spend on certain products. You can create lots of different wish lists which is great for storing ideas for birthdays or Christmas.

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