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Captain Caveman T-shirt

Men's Captain Caveman T-shirt For this post, I wanted to show you a cool Captain Caveman T-shirt I discovered on Amazon. It has been receiving rave reviews and is the most popular design out of those available. There is a good reason for that. Firstly, it comes in 7 cool colours, and also is available in a full range of men's sizes from S to XXXL. The tee is exceptional value given that it is made from ringspun, preshrunk, soft cotton. I have fond memories of the 80s cartoon series Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels by Hanna-Barbera, which followed the superhero caveman and three female amateur detectives. It originally aired from 1977 to 1980, and although I can no longer remember any of the episodes, I do remember that overly loud battle cry "Captain Caaaaavemaaaaaaan" (voiced by Mel Blanc) which kind of went slightly wobbly towards the end! The T-shirt is a quirky choice for 80s dress-up, and is sure to capture a glance from plenty of people over a certain

Create an 80s Computer Geek Costume

Public Domain Image from Flickr Dressing up as an 80s geek/nerd is both fun and simple, and wearing a pair of nerdy specs and a computer/ science related T-shirt would be a great start. Firstly, I want to show you a few read-made costume options for men and women... Men's Geek Boy Costume, Top, Bow Tie and Glasses Women's Nerd Costume. Official Where's Wally Costume Set Women's Where's Wally? Wenda Costume Wally is probably one of the best known 80s geeks, and the first book was published in the UK during 1987. The 1980s saw a home computing revolution, and programmers were often spotty teenagers who created software from their bedrooms. Often they wore computer or gaming t-shirts supporting their favourite companies such as Atari, Commodore and Sinclair, or popular computer games of the time such as Pac-Man and Space Invaders. And every geek could complete a Rubik's Cube before you had a chance to blink! Here are some ideas... Sinclair ZX Spectr