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Top 10 geek onesies on Amazon June 2013

It’s that time of month again… yes, that time when I have nothing creative to write so instead I put picture filler of products I think are quite amazing. Today it’s the geekiest/nerdiest onesies I can find on Amazon.

As a note, the last time I did this I also had nothing much to write about that day 😉 Without further ado:

The Top 10 Geek Onesies on Amazon

…that I haven’t already covered

June 2013

Geek Squad onesie


The Geek Squad onesie – let your child know that at one time you considered overpriced substandard tech support to be her only option for the future. I kid, I kid… unfortunately their tech support is considered standard… ba da bing…

Star Trek geek onesie


The Starfleet Academy onesie. Nothing says your parents overcame massive reproductive obstacles of nerdom and prepares your little one for a nerd-centric life like this.

Star Trek Red Shirt onesie


On the same link as above you’ve also got the Star Trek red shirt onesie… and yeah, nothing says “I love you child, but I don’t expect you back from this away mission” quite like the red shirt.

I mean really… anyway, there’re also blue and yellow versions on those links.

Battlestar Galactica Cylon onesie

Nothing quite says to your baby that you had no sexual role in reproducing them like this Battlestar Galactica Onesie. Either way you look at it one of the parents is going to be a couple of generations from a solidly mechanical being, and the infant has probably been chosen for some reason we don’t really have a solid grip on…

Viper Nugget Onesie Battlestar Galactica

Awww yeah, give your kid the confidence they need to know that their future will either be short-lived at the hands of murderous cylons, or an existence of agrarian life on a pre-Earth breeding with pre-humans.

Big Bang Theory Soft kitty Onesie


If you’ve got an egocentric eccentric sociopath scientist in training, you can get them this onesie so you at least know the words that will be required to put them into a better mood when their tummy hurts.

Shedon have I seen a cuter geek onesie.

R2D2 Star Wars Onesie

I’m not exactly sure where the quote comes from as R2D2 wasn’t exactly small, he was a pretty darn wide trash bin with a penchant for having sex with local computers. Actually he was a foul mouthed little bastard as every freakin’ thing he said had to be bleeped to keep the movie’s non-R rating with the MPAA.

Baby Darth Vader riding an AT-AT


OMG… it’s baby Darth Vader riding an AT-AT and the fact that I do not own this means most of my geek cred is gone. This will have to be remedied shortly.

Batman Onesie


I had briefly considered putting in a Superman onesie considering the movie is out and all, but then I remembered Superman in Injustice: Gods Among Us, Kingdom ComeBatman: The Dark Knight Returns, and decided that Superman is just too much of a dick to put a kid in a Superman Onesie. Plus Batman’s way cooler.

Also considered a Green Lantern onesie, but the Ryan Reynolds movie version destroyed that plan, also considering what Batman did to Green Lantern in All Star Batman & Robin, that wasn’t going to happen.

And finally (drum roll)

Iron Man Onesie


The Iron Man onesie lets everyone know there’s a spot in your heart filled with love for your child… or at least shrapnel from a weapon you may have designed.

Your child won’t be afraid to shout it on national TV… he’s Iron Man, and well, he’s powered by transistors in the first few months, which isn’t possible and it should be noted that even as a kid I wondered why they kept claiming that.

Just remember, with great Iron Man onesie comes great potential for alcoholic house destruction. You have been warned.

That’s it for this Top 10 geek onesies piece, I’m sure I’ll do more and you should be able to check them out in the Top-X category if you’re reading this in the far far future.

Should you like to see other geek and nerd onesies (tagged as Onesies) we’ve done pieces on, click here

Paul King

Paul King lives in Nashville Tennessee with his wife, two daughters and cats. He writes for Pocketables, theITBaby, and is an IT consultant along with doing tech support for a film production company.