Geek Jewelry Christmas Present Ideas [Hint!]

A comment notification in my Inbox led me to an old post that I might have otherwise forgotten: the Caffeine Molecule Necklace. Thanks to Kaya, I discovered an online jewelry shop that kicks butt; and trust me, it is not your ordinary jewelry store! Christmas is only a couple of weeks away, and here are some items that just might find their way to your shopping list – or maybe your wish list!

Boutique Academia1 has an impressive collection of accessories for both men and women – accessories which are “smart but subtle”. For now, they only have jewelry pieces, but they aim to have more accessories in the future – something that I am sure you will look forward to after seeing reading this post.

Talk about smart but subtle – what do you think these earrings represent?  Trees?  Mother Nature?  Close enough. Hint: the earrings represent a cell that is electrically excitable and transmits information. I know that my cells got quite excited about the prospect of owning a pair of these earrings! $18.99 for a pair. neuronear Geek Jewelry Christmas Present Ideas [Hint!]

The uninitiated might simply remark “What a cute penguin!” if they see this pendant, but I know you know better.  Linux fanboys and fangirls – here’s another chance to show off!

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This pendant-necklace is a little less subtle as the previous items as no one can miss the label. Adrenaline junkies will not be able to resist this one. While I am no adrenaline junkie, I have to say that the red got me. The necklace goes for $21.99.

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Serotonin is the happy chemical, and this pendant-necklace will certainly contribute to one’s happiness – for the same price as the Adrenaline necklace.
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If I had to choose, though, I would choose Theobromine – the chemical found in chocolate. Let’s speak Greek for a bit. The root words are: theo, which means God and brosi, which means food. Chocolate? Food for the Gods. I’ll settle for food for ME.
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Let’s go mathematical now. I don’t need to tell you what this pendant stands for, do I?2
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They also sell this in other color schemes.

THIS is the pièce de résistance, folks. I really need not say anything more about it, do I?  I want!!!
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Geek gals (and boys), show this post to your significant other (if you have one; if you don’t, then show it to your friends and family members) and drop a hint that cannot be mistaken for anything else.


  1. Online Store: Boutique Academia []
  2. Fibonacci []
About Noemi Tasarra-Twigg

Freelance writer and wannabe beach bum; ditched her day job as an English teacher for writing and has not regretted it a single bit. When not writing, Noemi can be found on the road, hoping to encounter the dragon of her dreams. Yes, she's into fantasy novels, gadgets, and practically anything that catches her interest. Shiny!

Comments

  1. turn.self.off says:

    bookmarked, thanks for sharing :D

  2. Love the theobromine pendant! It’s calling out to me! :D

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