….but here are some more nerdtastic things that I’ve gathered from around the World Wide Web:
THIS IS, BY FAR, THE MOST EPIC STRING OF AWESOMENESS THAT I’VE EVER READ:
AND THEN, THERE IS THIS SET OF INFORMATION:
MY DREAM ROOM:
X-MEN MEETS STAR WARS:
GREAT QUOTE FROM PAN’S LABYRINTH:
AND LASTLY, I LEAVE YOU WITH THIS THOUGHT:
Just a few nerd-tastic memes from around the interwebs for my fellow nerds & geeks out there!
BEHOLD THE POWER OF IMAGINATION!
YOU FEEL ME?
Just a collection of nerd-itity that I thought you all might like. And, have patience – I saved the best for last.
I’ve still got mine:
a Potter Proposal: the Unbreakable Vow
This happens all the time:
I do love alternate endings!
Here is my childhood (also, my favorite TV shows)
Cant wait to try this!
Some famous historical pictures with color added:
And are you ready for the climax? The ultimate crescendo of epicness….Nerds, UNITE!
I’ve been gone from WordPress this summer, but I’ve been collecting some pics and memes. So, here they all are. Enjoy.
Can’t wait to make these on the grill:
I recently finished reading the Harry Potter series again, and so I’ve had horcruxes, deathly hallows, Hogwarts, and magic on my mind for the past several days. Even though I am a “grown, mature adult,” I still get as excited about the books as I did when I first started reading them (begrudgingly, I might add. I thought they were “kiddy” books, and didn’t want anything to do with them). And every time I read them, I catch something that I didn’t quite realize the previous times. I think I only just this time fully understood what happened when Harry meets Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest at the end of the Deathly Hallows.
I am an unashamed Harry Potter nerd, and I can’t wait to read the books to my kids one day. I just hope they inherit the ability to imagine wandering portraits, every-flavored beans, Crumple-Horned Snorkacks, and the protective power of love.
Here are some Harry Potter pictures that I’ve found lately:
I wonder how many of these Tom tried out before deciding that “I am Lord Voldermort” would inspire so much fear that people would simply refer to him as “He Who Must Not Be Named”
Because “NOT MY DAUGHTER, YOU BITCH!” was one of the best one-liners of the entire Harry Potter series.
I knew Professor McGonagall was a badass, but I didn’t see Umbridge as a BlackBerry user. Hmm. Who knew.
This is why the Harry Potter series is awesome.
Oh, so true!
Two cartoons from NPR about the last of the Harry Potter films:
by Gary Varvel:
and by Mike Smith:
Link to the original site: