Turning my dirty old Toms into R2D2 since my baby brother is absolutely obsessed with Star Wars. #crafty #toms #starwars by hammond_jessica http://bit.ly/13JMjbu
I met this guy at a science fiction convention, where it was obvious he was Marty McFly from Back to the Future. Had I met him on the street, I might not have noticed him. Clever.
It’s not stealthy cosplay, but it is Boba Fett, and that makes all the difference.
Boba Fett Hat by BeeBeeKins
Is this stealth cosplay? Yes and no. Yes, if you’re one of the three people on the planet who hasn’t played Angry Birds (Hi, Mom!), you wouldn’t know quite what you were looking at. No, because she’s wearing a freakin’ Angry Bird.
I would too. Except that I would go with the yellow bird, because the yellow has some speed on him.
It’s the 4th Doctor Who’s scarf in necklace form. Adorable. Stealthy. And goes with freakin’ everything. How do we convince the beader to sell this on Etsy?
In other news, I’m on Tumblr, referencing a LiveJournal post.
sketchymoustachio created this: it’s a GLaDOS hair accessory. I want it. I want it so hard.
Just spent four hours making this
Every girl’s dream is to have a guy call her at 3 am just to say “hey, i just wanted to tell you that I am outside your window with the TARDIS and we need to go stop the Daleks from taking over the world again. What are you still doing in bed? Allons-y!”
Hey, I liked Earl Grey tea even before I liked Jean-Luc Picard! (But feeling like him doesn’t suck.)
According to MSNBC, he got his black mock turtlenecks at St. Croix Collection. They’re not cheap, but Steve wore them almost daily.
I’m not wearing a turtleneck today, but I am writing this on a Macintosh.
Thanks for everything, Steve.
Talk about the ultimate in everyday cosplay: a man goes under the knife to look like Superman.