Loot Create reached out to me recently and asked me share what I would want to find in a crate of theirs. It sounded really fun and creative so of course I said yes!
Loot Crate is a monthly subscription box that provides you with 4-6 items that fits their theme for that month. Other than an original Loot Crate, they also offer a variety such as Loot Amine, Loot Gaming, Loot Wear and many more!
The theme that I have chosen is Geeking Out, mainly because if you were to write a book about my daily life, half of what I say or use or come across has something to do with pop culture references. Let’s dive into what I would want in my crate:
“The IT Crowd NES game” T-Shirt – Every computer geek has to watch this show, and every computer geek will love it. The humor of this show will never grow old. It also acts as a time capsule for future generations so they can see how technology was during the time of the show’s run. So I included an IT Crowd T-shirt from Redbubble.
“Rory Gilmore” Pop Vinyl – Rory Gilmore is far from a perfect person, especially with the whole love life fiasco. But she is a perfect nerd. I love pop vinyls and I love collecting them, so of course I included the figurine of everyone’s favorite Stars Hollow.
“S.T.A.R. Labs” Mug – I have always wanted something S.T.A.R. Labs related! Especially that sweatshirt that everyone always wears and can never find in conventions. Though I do love mugs. The one I included is from Redbubble.
“Nerd Herd” Sticker – It’s in the name itself. Chuck Bartowski consists of pop culture references, computer knowledge and good looks (still pretty upset about how they ended that show). I always wanted to decorate the case of my laptop with stickers. I included a Nerd Herd sticker, from Redbubble.
“Nerdy Monkey” Keychain – Kipling is one of the best things that ever existed. I love this keychain, it represents a whole big chunk of my personality, apart from the glasses 🙂
“Harry Potter Marauder’s Map” – I’m pretty sure almost every Harry Potter lover would love to have this in their possessions. I discovered this from Think Geek.
What would you have in your dream Loot Crate?
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