Busting Out Awesome Drinkware from NerdMug.com!

Updated: Aug 7, 2018

I'd just wrapped up grappling with a nasty phantasm at the local library, and was grateful for some downtime. It was one of those moments when a caffeine injection was in order: I still had to go across town to trap a couple of Class Fours at the YWCA! I decided it was the perfect chance to break out my new "Hot Cocoa & Marshmallows" mug, from NerdMug.com. Specializing in mugs with '80s movie themes, NerdMug hooked me up with one of the coolest pieces of drinkware I've ever seen. It was made to order, and arrived at the firehouse encased in a dense foam box. (Although not as dense as Slimer.) I figured it couldn't hurt to take my new mug out on calls.


I was a bit nervous the ghost would escape, so I put the mug on the trap as a precaution!

The city was in turmoil, but my drink took priority.

On-the-job training!

Getting slimed is a regular occurance with this gig, but you never get used to it. The reviled goop washed off without any issues, so drink that Ecto Cooler with confidence.

Nerds are the new cool kids. If you're looking to proclaim your '80s movie fandom, NerdMug.com has you covered with designs from Labyrinth, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, Spaceballs, The Goonies and more!


And after a hard day of putting wayward spirits in their place, there's nothing like binging on movies and pouring a NerdMug of The Real Ghostbusters cereal.


#ghostbusters #nerd #mugshot #nerdmug.com

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Dave Fife, a child of the '80s, is the driving force behind retroinjection.com. A nostalgia blog focusing on the pop culture of the '80s and '90s, Retro Injection places an emphasis on movies, video games and toys, and also conducts celebrity interviews.

An authority on the 1980s and a member of the Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, Dave is the creator of the acclaimed documentary, Time-Out: History of a Small-Town Arcade. He also wrote the forward to the breakdance movie book, There's No Stopping Us/ The Untold Story of Breakin': From Australia to Venice Beach.

 

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