The best part of waking up is assimilation in your cup.
Unfortunately, since you are separated from the Collective and your human physiology is asserting itself, you may be required to take in nutrients if you do not have ready access to an alcove. That is why we have provided you with a Star Trek Borg Cube Mug during your time away. It will remind you of “home” during your time with Species 5618, as well as provide you with any energy your human physiology may demand for its biological functions. We recommend you partake of caffeine, a molecule which synthesizes in a particularly effective way with humans’ cellular chemistry.
Resistance against the caffeine is futile.
Star Trek Borg Cube Mug ($12.99)
This pint glass amuses me.
Indeed, Wesley Crusher could probably use a drink. But, of course, he can’t. Wil Wheaton doesn’t have to worry about that though! We need to see him enjoy a pint of W00tstout out of one of these immediately.
Star Trek Wesley Crusher Pint Glass ($9.99)
These pint glasses may have a Star Trek: TNG-style communicator badge design, but something tells me that the more you use them, the more difficult communicating will become.
Set up your own version of Ten Forward with this Star Trek TNG Insignia 4-Pint Set. A set of four, the glasses are clear, red, blue, and gold with TNG-style communicator decoration applied. They hold 16 oz. of whatever you’re drinking, whether that’s water, O.J., synthehol, or Aldebaran whiskey.
Star Trek TNG Insignia 4-Pint Set ($24.99)
Beam yourself up a delicious beverage or two with these Star Trek Transporter Pad LED Coasters from Think Geek.
Of course, these coasters can’t make beer just materialize out of nowhere (the ultimate goal of science has yet to be realized). However, this set of four coasters can mimic Star Trek’s transporters with LEDs and sounds. When you pick up or put down your drink, the coaster lights up. It also plays either the dematerialization or materialization sound (if you’re not keen on all the sounds, you can set it to just light up).
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We all know Jean-Luc Picard is very particular about his beverage choices. Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. However, it wasn’t until I saw this episode of Jan Van Den Hemel’s TNG Edit series titled Tea with Jean-Luc that I wondered what people did with the dishes the replicator…replicated.
Enjoy it after the break.
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You’ll be able to cook at Warp 10 in these Star Trek uniform aprons. They’re in the style of The Next Generation and available in red, gold, or blue. Features include:
Star Trek The Next Generation Apron
-Officially-licensed Star Trek: The Next Generation merchandise
-Choose Red (Command), Gold (Operations), or Blue (Sciences)
-Clever chevron piecing recalls uniform design
-Strap is a single piece of ribbon, 120″ long, with an adjustable clip
-A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive
-Features embroidered combadge and logo
-Materials: 100% cotton
-Care Instructions: Hand wash at 30° C. (No machine wash). Do not tumble dry.
-Dimensions: 30″ long in the front x 26 1/2″ wide at bottom
Now you can boldly head into the kitchen to whip up dinner for your crew.
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Hey, these are just pint glasses. Whatever blue beverage you decide to put in them for “medicinal purposes” is your business.
Comes in a set of four.
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If you’re prepping to venture forth into the unknown, some liquid courage might be in order. I mean look at Captain Kirk. He’s MADE of beer.
See Also: Spock Koozie Helps Your Beer To “Stay Cold For Longer”
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If you have a drink that is better cold than warm, it is only logical that you should use a drink cooler. It is only logical.
There’s also a joke to be made here about Spock and his ability to keep his cool.
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Here’s how every Star Trek fan should enjoy their drinks. Each glass holds 12 ounces and features a pixelated version of either Bones, Kirk, Spock, and a Gorn. Sold as a set of four.
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