Geeks are Sexy Official T-Shirts!

Hi everyone!

Just a quick post to let you know about our new official t-shirt!

Designed by [GaS] reader Autumn Rain Turkel, the design of this shirt was partly inspired by John Hughes’s 1980s-classic Weird Science. By purchasing one of our shirts, you’ll be helping us in our never ending quest to spread geekiness worldwide (and help us pay for those monstrous hosting bills, among other things.). We plan on releasing additional, more female-friendly, designs soon enough… after all, about a third of our audience is composed of the fairer sex!

The offical Geeksaresexy.net t-shirt:

  • 100% cotton (doesn’t feel like cardboard)
  • 10.2 ounce crew neck t-shirt
  • Double needle cover seamed neck, taped neck and shoulders, double needle sleeve and bottom
  • Pre-shrunk
  • DO NOT CRACK when stretched

Here are a few pictures of the shirt, right out of the printing press!

Front:

Back:

The shirt is available here for $18.95, thanks to our official partner, SplitReasons.

Edit: Oh, and when you’re done shopping, use promo code “geeksaresexy” (without the quotes) to get 10% off your purchases.

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16 Responses to Geeks are Sexy Official T-Shirts!

  1. As an Oingo Boingo/Danny Elfman fan, I am obligated to be a fan of Weird Science (but it helps that I actually liked the movie), haha. I like the design! The only problem with t-shirts that have the small image on the back under the collar is that it gets covered up by long hair. If it were on the sleeve that would be better advertising. Just a thought!

  2. As an Oingo Boingo/Danny Elfman fan, I am obligated to be a fan of Weird Science (but it helps that I actually liked the movie), haha. I like the design! The only problem with t-shirts that have the small image on the back under the collar is that it gets covered up by long hair. If it were on the sleeve that would be better advertising. Just a thought!

    • Actually, we asked over 20 women of all ages what they thought of the design before releasing it, and they all thought it was really cool, even though no necessarily for them. I know a few geek girls who even ordered it for themselves btw.

      • My first instinct was "woah, uh..skirt..uh…wtf?" Second reaction "wait…Geeks Are Sexy…so why is the sexy entity on the shirt the robot, not the geek?" So then I showed it to some friends. One said "Ewwww" and another said "Looks more like 'Geeks are sex-starved guys.'" And another said "so long as the 'women-friendly' one is exactly the same (woo, hot man robot) I think it's funny :)"

    • Actually, we asked over 20 women of all ages what they thought of the design before releasing it, and they all thought it was really cool, even though no necessarily for them. I know a few geek girls who even ordered it for themselves btw.

      • My first instinct was “woah, uh..skirt..uh…wtf?” Second reaction “wait…Geeks Are Sexy…so why is the sexy entity on the shirt the robot, not the geek?” So then I showed it to some friends. One said “Ewwww” and another said “Looks more like ‘Geeks are sex-starved guys.'” And another said “so long as the ‘women-friendly’ one is exactly the same (woo, hot man robot) I think it’s funny :)”

  3. Hey Kiltak, do you know if they can ship it all the way down to Argentina?

    I don't know if the T-shirt is cool, and I don't care. I've been reading [GAS] since '05. I WANT IT!

  4. Hey Kiltak, do you know if they can ship it all the way down to Argentina?
    I don’t know if the T-shirt is cool, and I don’t care. I’ve been reading [GAS] since ’05. I WANT IT!

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