May 22 2024

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Where No Garden Gnome Has Gone Before

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A new ThinkGeek line of merchandise features Trek-themed garden gnomes.

Four different Star Trek Garden Gnomes are now available.

The Star Trek Kirk & Gorn gnome features the Gorn threatening Kirk, and saying “I shall be merciful and quick.”

A redshirt gnome has been blasted and lies dead on the ground, and the gnome includes the saying “Join Starfleet they said. It’d be fun they said.

Two single gnomes feature Kirk (To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before) aiming a phaser, and Spock (Live Long and Prosper), giving the Vulcan salute.

The gnomes range in size, with standing ones being nine-and-a-half inches tall and the prone ones being approximately nine inches long. The gnomes are made of durable cast polyresin and weight approximately one to two pounds.

To order, head to the link located here. Each gnome costs $24.99.

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10 thoughts on “Where No Garden Gnome Has Gone Before

  1. Then buy just Spock. Plain and simple,lol. I want the whole set,doubt I’d put them in the garden though. These are really fun and I hope they make more.

  2. I rarely say this, but this Trek merchandise is fuckugly! Wouldn’t take it even if they offered me money for this.

  3. It’s getting to the point now where CBS will licence any old crap to do with Star Trek because it’s desperate for the money and desperate to exploit the series. I think it’s really sad. Money grabbing cnuts.

  4. They are hilarious! I bought all four; they arrived super fast, like transporter speed, and are packed very nicely. They all have their own white boxes with styrofoam shells. Looking forward to seeing them in the garden.

  5. I’m going to put them in the garden by the sidewalk so passersby can see them; and if they disappear, I will replace them but keep them in the house then.

  6. I’m just going to point out that the title should have been “Where Gnome Man Has Gone Before”. Thank you, you may begin hurling rotten fruit and bricks.

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