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Holiday Gift Guide: Nerdy

We all have something that we love to geek out about, but for some of us it’s not enough just to be nerdy about what we love, we need the whole world to know by splurging on some swag (or better yet, getting someone to splurge for you!) Not sure what to get that nerd in your life? Check out the Kidzworld’s Holiday Guide for Nerdy Gifts to get some ideas! Back to Article

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*MindlessMessSquad*
*MindlessMessSquad* wrote:
2012-12-17 11:00:13 -0800

NETBOOK!

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crazy trust
crazy trust wrote:
2012-12-11 03:46:38 -0800

FOLLOW THESE STEPS
1.COVER YOUR MOUTH WITH YOUR HAND
2.WHISPER A WISH INTO YOUR HAND
3.POST THIS ONTO TEN OTHER COMMENTS
4.NOW LOOK AT YOUR HAND

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The Other Plan
The Other Plan wrote:
2012-12-06 13:32:01 -0800

I want the wand!!!!!!

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ikat12
ikat12 wrote:
2012-12-06 12:55:30 -0800

I want the remote control!!!!!!!!!!!

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mischiefmanaged
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mischiefmanaged wrote:
2012-12-06 12:13:35 -0800

I would love ALL of these, please! smile

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Fruityfriend123
Fruityfriend123 wrote:
2012-12-05 10:08:46 -0800

haha, dont wanna miss studying? Well now you can do it in the shower!!!!!!!!!!

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cyoteysrock111
cyoteysrock111 wrote:
2012-12-04 16:11:16 -0800

I only like the wand remote and the kindle covers. smile

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Euniqueamazing4527
Euniqueamazing4527 wrote:
2012-12-04 15:18:33 -0800

I like that wand thing...kinda

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Singermms
Singermms wrote:
2012-12-04 15:17:09 -0800

Lol

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