How would you like to try a timelord pastry? This t-shirt showcases the breakfast of champions on Gallifrey and beyond: Pop-TARDIS. It doesn’t matter what the flavor is because they look like a TARDIS on the outside, but they’re probably packed with some kind of fruity goodness. Maybe it tastes like jelly babies. Then again, I like that the tee advertises a new popular flavor: fishfingers and custard. I’d try them!
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Getting married is all about making compromises, and it starts with the ceremony. So, if one half of the couple wants candy on the wedding cake, and the other half wants to feature Doctor Who, you just make it work. Lucy Partridge made this sweet time-traveling dessert, and I like all the adornments on both the candy and Who sides. All it needs is a Fourth Doctor posed beside it with jelly babies.
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The best cakes are all about the details, and this Doctor Who cake wins in that category. The dessert by Devilish & Divine features the familiar blue box that is the TARDIS, and a handful of other nods to Matt Smith’s time as the 11th Doctor. There’s a fez, a Dalek, an arm covered in hash marks because of the Silence, Vincent van Gogh paintings, a bow tie, and small banners featuring quotes from the series. The cake even sits on a background that looks like space. I love all the little touches.
See a couple more pictures of the cake after the break.
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Time travel is complicated. It involves all sorts of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff that’s a little tough to understand. But do you know what isn’t complicated? Beer. And with this trusty TARDIS bottle opener, you can make popping open a bottle of your favorite brew as easy as flipping on your favorite episode of Doctor Who. The TARDIS opener is available for pre-order below, or if you feel like adding a more murderous, exterminate-y vibe to your brew, you can pre-order the Dalek bottle opener too.
Product Page: (£13.99 or $23.28 via Geekalerts)
This little Dalek bottle opener has no intention of taking over the world. He just wants to help you exterminate beer down your throat. Preorder now for delivery at the end of July.
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Matt Smith’s mom took and tweeted this picture and in one tweet, managed to make Matt Smith even more desirable than ever. Suh-woon.
Check out her tweet after the break.
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If Doctor Who was an ’80s cartoon, what would it have looked like? Would there have been more neon? A plethora of acid-washed jeans, perhaps? Well, there’s a good chance that it would’ve looked something like the Doctor Who mug pictured above.
Featuring a distinct, 1980s cartoon-style theme, this ceramic, 11-ounce Doctor Who mug portrays some of the show’s classic enemies (and the TARDIS) in a fun, colorful animated manner. And you know what? I kinda like it. I say they do a whole new series in ’80s cartoon-form! I’m going to go write a letter to the BBC right now. Be right back.
Product Page: ($11.99 via Geekalerts)
A new baker of nerd-flavored treats has come onto our radar, and we’re in love. Stefania of Sweet & Geek has a dazzling array of creative cakes and cookies on her blog including the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Manual pictured above. That cake was made from sponge cake soaked in limoncello and stuffed with lemon filling; she created the book and decorations with sugar paste. Each gem and attachment was painted by hand. Wow.
Stefania gives that level of attention to each of her creations and you’ll find she’s made Doctor Who cupcakes, Bag End, baked Cthulhu, 1up mushrooms, and so much more. It’s easy to lose hours flipping through the treats on her blog.
Check out more of her geek themed desserts after the break.
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Here’s one that goes under the category of “unexpected surveillance”.
It seems Gadgets And Gear decided to take ThinkGeek’s Doctor Who TARDIS Cookie Jar, install a camera and offer it for people who want a secret Whovian cookie tracking device.
This isn’t your ordinary cookie jar nanny cam. It boasts the following features:
- Internal Storage Capacity Of 32GB, Up To 10 Hours Of Video
- Records 1280 X 960 Color Video
- Up To 30 Hours Of Battery Life!
- Motion Detection Camera
- Real Functioning Cookie Jar In The Shape Of The TARDIS
- Makes Authentic TARDIS Sounds And Light Effects
- The Perfect Hidden Camera For Dr. Who Fans!
- Sealed Back Hides Camera Components Even If The Jar Is Handled
- Dimensions: 11″ X 6″ X 6″
- Easy To Use, Set Up In Minutes!
- 1 Year Warranty, Unlimited Free Tech Support!
The product description goes on to mention that it date and time stamps:
“If you are attempting to capture incriminating footage that you want to use against somebody in a court of law; the footage must have time and date stamps. Lucky for you, this camera marks all recorded footage with just that; making everything you record usable evidence in your favor.”
I guess if you need a nerdy hidden camera to gather incriminating evidence (especially about stolen cookies), this is the jar for you.
Product Page ($399 via GeekAlerts)
Butter dishes used to be one of those kitchen items I just didn’t understand. However, once I grew up and had people over for dinner who actually like to put butter on things, it all made sense. And, if you have to use one, why not do what Twitter user @GenTheWise did and make it geeky and awesome?! She went to a paint-your-own ceramics shop called Mini Me over the weekend and whipped up a TARDIS butter dish. She did a great job painting the container – it’s making me want to paint a whole set of TARDIS dishes.