Dame Diana Rigg is probably best known as Emma Peel from 1960s British “spy-fi” classic The Avengers. Don’t panic, there wasn’t a Marvel TV series that you didn’t know about. The Avengers chronicled the crime-fighting adventures of Dr. David Keel and a succession of female sidekicks, including the illustrious Diana Rigg, a veritable 60s sex symbol. She will star alongside her daughter, Rachel Stirling, in the new season of Doctor Who.
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This may indeed be squee-worthy. I suppose I should start watching Doctor Who now. >.>
The Aperture Science Dalek - how the cake will be served when the experiments are done.
I was bored and made this. Its a Police Box based ring with a tension set 1CT Princess Cut center stone. The three round stones is the Police Box sign, the two sets of four baguettes symbolize the windows, and a small princess cut below that to symbolize the instructions found on the front of the Police Box.
Why am I so fascinated by geek-themed engagement/wedding rings?? Is there a soft spot in my jagged stone heart for geeks in love?
The makers of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, were given the difficult job of rebooting an almost thirty-year-old brand for the little girl of the new millenium, so it’s no wonder they took a stab at abandoning the pony idea entirely for something new. For example, My Little Dalek: Exterminate is Magic, was tried, but the actors were found to be somewhat recalcitrant coworkers…
Valentines Day: perhaps the silliest of the recognized holidays, whether you think it’s silly and fun or silly and stupid. In my opinion, probably the best thing about Valentines day is fan-made nerdy Valentines, whether or not you’re actually giving them. So here’s more than fifty geeky valentines, some of which you can print, some of which you can buy, all of which you can enjoy and then have enough time to use later this month.
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When the chalky conversation hearts just won’t do, you should go with the geek love.