"I can't put my arms down!"
"Well... put your arms down when you get to space."
I didn't think it was possible to be bored by a group of scantily clad space-women abducting you while a giant green cat watches with a creepy amount of interest.
At least this book's up front about it.
These rings became the first set in space last May in a suborbital sounding rocket. If you're getting married sometime soon, you can add a subtle bit of geekery to the ceremony with rings that have boldly gone where no jewelry has gone before.
See more ways to add something nerdy to your wedding.
You'd think being in space would make that thing lighter.
(Shatnerday, Star Trek)
No one could possibly live on that frozen planet, but apparently a giant orange tentacled thing can live in the vacuum of space next to it?
That awkward moment when the giant fetus traveling through space, propelled by what appears to be leaking amniotic fluid, looks at you like you're the weird one.
Just a few images from the upcoming book "The Art of Portal 2," coming out on October 31.
"Four legs? What the hell is that?"
"Pink shirt? What the hell is that?
(William Shatner, Star Trek)