Here's a lady who calls herself Pikabellechu. She claims to be the Pokemon Princess, although we're not sure Nintendo's lawyers would agree with that.
She says she's in possession of over 8000 Pokemon toys, which she claims is a world record on the Guinness World Records site, although the record does not appear to have been ratified by a Guinness World Records official.
She dresses like Ash from the game/cartoon series because she "can do his voice dead on" and she likes to paint murals around her home town. Plus, like most women with problems, she likes to dress up like she's a special little princess, saying that her creation Poke'Womon Princess is "Based like the Disney Princesses only with Pokemon."
There's nothing insane about any of that.
It's a Star Wars wedding. Not just a cake grandma made that, from the right angle, looks a bit like a 2D Death Star, but a proper, CAN YOU BELIEVE THEY DID THAT? Star Wars wedding. Everyone put in some effort.
Here's a small celebratory montage we've put together of the finest photos. The highlight is the ginger man who grew his beard out to be Chewbacca, plus the grey-haired man who used his natural assets to do a superb Ben Kenobi. The T.I.E. Fighters let the side down a bit, mind. What's with the socks?
The entire set is, incredibly, viewable by the general public over on Flickr. We wanted to poke fun, but... it's sensational.
Although when they get divorced in three years time, the print outs of these novelty photos will be the first thing to go on the big fire in the garden, along with all of HIS STUPID TOYS.
You 'd never guess it, but this expertly crafted model is the result of a bubble-bath bottle and a £5 replica model of George Stephenson's 'Rocket'.
Designed by Alex Holden as an entry for the Great Crystal Cyberdrome Exhibition at Orbital 2008 (in London this Friday for 3 days), the steam powered vision of planet Skaro's terrifying killing machines has a rather unscary secret - it's still full of soap.
The Great Crystal Cyberdrome Exhibition (via Brass Goggles)
Chinese web-cam is inadvertently a steampunk model for just $12
Doctor Who talking pen
Dr Grodbort's Infalliable Aether Oscillator Rayguns!
Now, I don't need much of an excuse to show you these two figurines from the telly show Lost, do I? I'm sure no-one would object to seeing Sun and Sawyer looking decidely delectable in all their plastic loveliness. With the wind whispering through Sawyer's hair as he gazes off out into the imaginary ocean, and Sun's taut muscles glistening with sea-salt...
Oh god, I've fallen into a rather embarassing moment of fan-fiction. Lost fan-fiction. Lost figurine fan-fiction. I wish I could quit you, Lost...