The Nerd Habit
The Nerd Habit is a collaborative group of writers who love all things nerd. We write about the latest happenings in nerd/geek culture as well as short fiction.
Our 2022 Team:
Christopher D. Horton, Hani Masry, Jerah Rose, Whitney Thompson
The Mushroom Kingdom Pole Dancing Championship Presents: Super Mario Pole Dancing Party
Warning: This article contains Super Mario character stripper names and an idea for a Super Mario pole dancing game. If you can not handle all of that, turn back now. For you adventurous types, stamp your hand at the door, change your one-dollar bills into coins and follow me.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Should You Buy The Remaster? All The Information You Need To Know To Decide
Hold on to your britches, people. Mass Effect Legendary Edition is just around the corner! I'm going to try and tone it down for you and give you the facts in this article, but I must admit, I am a fanboy of the series. I am geeking out because Mass Effect is in 4K from start to finish, with no mods required!
"Harry Potter" Fan Theories: Voldemort, Dumbledore or Harry - Who Is The True Master of Death?
Our final Harry Potter fan theory in this three-article series will dissect who is considered the true Master of Death. Voldemort? Dumbledore? Harry? Has anyone in the Harry Potter universe truly earned the title?
Live Streamer Journal: Fenyx The Bearded Lady, Hero of the Gods!
I am a streamer. More specifically, I am a person that streams video games live for strangers. Some of these strangers become my friends, some leave forever, and some watch me without ever saying a word. I aim to please lurkers just as much as active viewers who chat away for the entire stream.
3 FREE Role-Playing Game Systems Inspired by Dungeons & Dragons to Try When Your Looking For A New Way To Play
Okay, intrepid adventurer of strangely shaped dice and coveted character sheets, it's time to talk about some role-playing game systems other than the infamous Dungeons & Dragons 5E.
"Harry Potter" Fan Theories: The Dursleys - Horrible People? Or Innocent Victims of the Power of the Horcrux?
Were they horrible people? Or were they the victims of magical side effects? The Dursleys weren't the best. I mean, they were awful to Harry Potter. But in this fan theory, we unpack the idea that maybe the Dursleys were influenced by the piece of Voldemort's soul that had taken up residence inside of Harry Potter.
"Harry Potter" Fan Theories: The Boy Who Lived or The Boy The World Forgot?
In the Harry Potter series, it should be evident that Harry is the subject of all significant events. Right? Was Harry destined to be the Boy Who Lived? Or did Voldemort inadvertently create his own nemesis? One Harry Potter fan theory with the most traction is that Professor Trelawney's prophecy applied to Harry and Neville Longbottom.
Outriders Demo: Will it Be Another Anthem or Pure Gold?
Having defeated the Outriders Demo in both Single-Player and Multiplayer, there is a lot to say about the game. The game has many positives and some negatives that I'm hoping are fixed at launch. The good outweighs the bad for this demo, and I'm hoping it stays that way. The gaming community was promised so much with Anthem. Still, it all fell short, giving me concern about ALL demos that gain my interest.
The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum - Riddles, Theories and Personalities
To start discussing Daedalic Entertainment's upcoming game, The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum, we must put ourselves into Gollum's shoes. We must know his motivation to travel and leave his home of over 400 years, to brave being captured by goblins, his worst fear.
The Unique Coffee Company That Brews Pop Culture With Art in Each Mug Poured
A wonderful cup of coffee in the morning is a daily ritual for many individuals seeking to start their day off on the right foot. The aroma that fills the room of a freshly brewed pot of coffee is just as crucial as that flavorful blend being poured into your favorite mug.
5 of the Most Expensive Star Wars Replicas on Etsy That You Will Want To Own
In the world of Star Wars replicas, none have received more attention lately than the Razor Crest ship replica. In case you did not know, the Razor Crest is none other than the ship used by Din Djarin in The Mandalorian on Disney Plus. A group of fans in Russia led by Ayaal Fyodorov built a life-size replica for a mere 750,000 rubles or 10,300 U.S. dollars. The finished ship resides in Yakutsk, Sakha Republic, Russia, weighs more than a ton and is 46-feet long.