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Oh, look! It’s Nessie! And the picture isn’t blurry!

Oops… it’s just a person wearing a Nessie costume. Etsy seller missnessamonster is a big fan of the Loch Ness Monster, and she loves making costumes. In fact, she’ll make you your own handmade Nessie costume (there are versions for kids as well) for a fairly reasonable price. You’ll have everyone flipping out at the beach this summer that’s for sure.

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Well, save your shoes anyway.

If you’re having trouble slipping into a pair of shoes, there are superheroes out there that actually specialize in trivial problems such as these. Duncan Shotton offers a fun line of superhero shoehorns that are definitely ready to help you conquer your stubborn shoes!

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It’s just in time to celebrate Spider-Man’s return to the MCU!

Spider-Man has quite the fashion sense–remember, he did actually make his own costume. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise when clothing companies look to Spidey for inspiration. Case in point: Living Dead Clothing has a new Spider-Man line that includes everything from leggings to crop tops.

Check out some items from the collection after the break…

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Nico-Tech (NicoNico) is a site that’s popular with hobbyists, and one user named Frisk_P recently shared this sexy steampunk creation.

Frisk has a thing for fashion and steampunk, so he created a unique steampunk heart rate monitor that actually works! Basically, it’s a modern heart monitor that’s attached to a thigh garter. The monitor features a heart rate circuit board that reads blood flow via a photoelectric transistor (so yeah, it’s not steam-powered). Then Frisk added a few rivets and brass fixtures to give it a real Victorian vibe. You can check out a video of the monitor in action after the break.

See Also: Steampunk cosplay and more

Also, Frisk has some other unique fashion-y steampunk projects that he’s shared on Twitter in the past, and we posted some of those below as well.

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All a boy needs is his cucco.

Peanuts and The Legend of Zelda get a fun mash-up in this t-shirt that depicts a Charlie Brown version of Link that appears to be so relaxed that he barely registers the continuous stream of “Hey! Listen!” lines coming from Navi.

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Cosplay by Noemi Romero Costumes.

See Benny chatting with No-Face after the break…

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These four guys decided to challenge each other to see what kind of cosplay they could devise with a budget of just $5 in a dollar store. That’s right, just five lousy dollars and unlimited creativity was all these guys were allowed. The results are hilarious, and impressive.

Zero – Mr.Niko Chu
Iron Man – The Will Box
Thor – ThatGuyYouKnowww
Mega Man – Douglas Paredes

(via Kotaku)


Che Saunders of Auckland, New Zealand and her new husband Ford are both animators and they wanted a super low-key picnic wedding that was all about fun, family and geeking out.

One of the ways they accomplished it was by taking the strain out of the dress code and having each of their bridesmaids pick out their own Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors fit ‘n’ flare dresses from WeLoveFine.

That’s one way to make sure everyone has a dress they like (that they’ll wear again). Hats off to Che and Ford.

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A Super Fun Jinx Cosplay

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This League of Legends Jinx cosplay by cosplayer Ely Renae is all sorts of fun, from creation to finished product.

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jane austen tattoos

While many people look at Jane Austen’s characters as being too persnickety and goody goody for something like tattoos, I get the feeling Lizzie Bennet would have been the type of girl to get a tattoo had they been as acceptable as they are today.

After all, Austen’s female characters were definitely more on the adventurous and cutting edge side for England in the 1800’s.

Not to mention, these temporary tattoos are a fun way to show your love for her work and be a little cheeky at the same time. I personally like the “Imprudent” lower back tattoo. But I’m scandalous like that.

These Jane Austen Tattoos come in an illustrated tin that contains 22 temporary tattoos in all.

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