02.12.2010

Sci-Fi Valentine’s Gift Ideas for Geeks

Here are 10 really cool Sci-Fi related gift ideas for geeks.  Today’s post comes directly from the MSN Sci-Fi Superfans blog.  Check it out by clicking here.  Thanks to my wonderful wife, The Irrepressible Gena, for sending me the link.

Valentine’s Day is this weekend and you may be on the lookout for something special for your sci-fi-loving sweetheart. Here are 10 ideas that are sure to please both men and women.

The Ladies of “Star Wars” Playing Cards

Ladies of Star Wars Cards

Hey, ladies. You probably don’t care for the Playboy poker cards your boyfriend pulls out when his pals come over. Why not compromise and get him some stunning playing cards with kickass “Star Wars” heroines on them?


“Star Trek” Cologne

Star Trek Cologne

From “Tiberius” to “Red Shirt,” there is a scent here to please everyone.


Personalized “Avatar” Canvas Art

Avatar Canvas Art

Or why not personalize some wall art inspired by “Avatar” with your sweetie’s picture on it? Make him or her a Pandora native.


X Wing Pilot Hoodie

X Wing Hoodie

A warm, snuggly hoodie is a cute gift for both guys and girls and it doesn’t get any cooler than this X Wing pilot hoodie.


Fandango Bucks

Fandango Bucks

Of course, sci-fi movie fans may actually want to go see a movie on Valentine’s Day! Some Fandango Bucks will set you up for a perfect date night.


Netflix Gift Card

Netflix


Of course, date night is even more perfect with some privacy… so you could always just download something from Netflix.

Star Registry

Star Registry

Sci-fi fans are always looking to the stars, so why not honor your love by naming a star in their tribute?

I Love My Geek T-Shirt

I Love My Geek

Let’s face it, most of us sci-fi movie fans embrace the word “geek.” We have reappropriated the word, so show your geek love with pride on Valentine’s Day.

Princess Leia Slave Bikini

Princess Leia Costume

Better yet, the ladies can slip into even less at the end of the night. You can’t go wrong with some Princess Leia-inspired lingerie.

Flux Capacitor Replica

Flux Capacitor

Show your true love that time with them is relative by gifting a replica flux capacitor.

Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

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8 Responses to “Sci-Fi Valentine’s Gift Ideas for Geeks”

  1. Ed Says:

    Along with that Flux Capacitor replica, we can’t forget a Blade Runner Deckard blaster replica also.
    http://brmovie.com/Collect/BR_Col_Guns.htm

  2. Erika Says:

    I haven’t logged nearly enough gym hours to wear that Princess Leia number, but that is a worthy goal for Valentine’s Day 2011. And on behalf of my fellow lady geeks: Would it kill the guys to dress up as Han Solo every now and then? We’ve got fantasies, too, and they involve Han washing some dishes.

  3. Voice of the Red Skull Says:

    If the Red Skull asks you to dress as Princess Leia, watching you wash dishes is not what Red Skull has in mind. Would it kill girls to appreciate Red Skull dressing as Red Skull? Red Skull is the awesomest! Though if Red Skull wore Han Solo piped pants, a rugged black vest, and a blaster at the side, Red Skull would be awesomest-er. Don’t feel sad, fraus, about a lonely Valentine’s. Red Skull will be tossing out “I Heart My Skull” tees to all the ladies at the beach this spring break!

    The Voice of the Red Skull has this to quote about what Wikipedia has to say about what you mentioned about Star Registry:

    “The International Astronomical Union (IAU) is the internationally recognized authority which designates stars, planets, asteroids, comets, and other heavenly bodies according to internationally accepted rules. The IAU does not sell naming rights nor does it authorize any other company or organization to do so. The IAU cautions consumers that products and services marketed by ISR and other companies have no formal or official validity whatsoever. In fact with a few exceptions of ancient or Arabic names, nearly all stars are designated by catalog numbers rather than names.

    The IAU has called the ISR’s star-naming business “a deplorable commercial trick.” However, the ISR does not claim to officially name a star, saying:

    ‘No. We do not own the star, so we cannot sell it to you. This is like adopting the star. This star is associated with that special someone. It is something you can point at to know that there is something special out there for you.’

    Naming services are limited to an entry in (ISR’s) book and carries no scientific or official authenticity according to professional astronomers as well as the company’s list of frequently asked questions. The only recognition outside of the ISR and customer is the copyright registration of the book itself available to any ‘original works of authorship’.”

    The Voice of the Red Skull once wore some ‘Hydra’ cologne on a date, but it did not go over well.

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  5. Shag Says:

    “VD” gifts? Yikes!

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  7. Halloween Costumes Chick Says:

    I must be a geek because all of this stuff looks good to me. I have to agree with Erika on the Princess Leia being a goal for 2011. I really have to agree with the Han Solo comment. Please leave it alone! Don’t do it unless you hot.

  8. browneyes_24b Says:

    Oh my gosh I laughed out loud at the Flux Capacitor Replica!!

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