So it's that time of year again where everyone is shopping for someone else and you undoubtedly have someone on your list that a little...uhh...different. He or she is a little more, let's say, advanced in the technical cognitive functions and buying them a sweater will probably just piss them off (though if you must, sweater vests are still in amongst geek kind, FYI). So what do you get the geek on your list? Simple; just choose from any of the gifts below (remember, if you don't get it, you should probably get it, 'cause it's probably hilarious!)

First on the list of Ho-Ho-Holy crap this is awesome!:

Nuclear Soap! (Well not really...but check it out!)

Yup that's Uranium Soap! (It's not actual uranium, we're trying to kill BO, not sterilize the population...not that a sterile geek has any more or less of a chance or procreation, but still...)

The glow-in-the-dark soap comes to you from PerpetualKid.com and is a Vegan friendly, Human tested phosphorescent and ocean scented bar of awesome! Pick it up now for only 7 bucks! (US, plus S+H and taxes where applicable...)

Ever wondered what it would be like to lose a limb? Ever wondered what it would be like to have tentacles (Message to anyone living downstream from Pickering Ontario: What's it like to have tentacles?...And if you don't get that...investiGoogle it; I'm not going to pick on Chernobyl, they've been through enough)

Well designer Kaylene Kau, graduate (BFA) of the University of Washington's school of Industrial Design, thought that the tentacle would be an outstanding replacement for the human limb. Ideally replacement limbs and prosthetics serve much the same purpose as the missing parts. Often hands are replaced with static hooks and claws, arms are jointed but just... sometimes robotic and animatronic limbs are simply replicas of the absent member. Kaylene thought slightly outside the box and decided that she would design a limb that, instead of replicating human motion, would exceed the capabilities of our structures.

Craig Ferguson Late Late show on CBS
So this is another non-story of the night. Craig Ferguson (or as you might know him "The Limy from the Drew Carey Show"), on his late-night talk-show, had an awesome skit with The Doctor himself!

Best of all Craig even started the show off with a Doc.W. themed song and dance! Watch it below and try not to pee a lil'

So there's a little bit of awesome to end on.
Cheers to age-old geekisms, alive and doing well!