The velour Star Trek shirt shows so much more committment than the Star Wars T-Shirt.
I knew it! Sulu was a spy!
I'll bet Star Wars kid is really fucking hot now.
Hmmm who would win in a battle between Star Trek and Star Wars.....BATTLE ROYALE!!!!
Trekkie-boy has some unfortunate alfalfa-esque flyaway goin' on with his bowl hair. :o
ST FTW! :) Live Long and Prosper!
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LOL! Beam me up, Scotty!
I'm going to agree with 1st commenter, Cara.Wearing the velour Trek shirt, and the science one at that, takes a special kind of bravery.
Ah my God no... I got the same haircut when I was younger at the end of 70's... It was a eternal torture.
i'm pretty sure this guy is hot now. please send him over to me. thanks.
Wow, I bet they both grew up to be pretty cute, despite all the nerdiness.
The boy in the Star Wars shirt looks like the kid who plays young Earl on My Name Is Earl.
Does it make me a nerd that I noticed that the insignia on the Trek kid's shirt is wrong? The blue shirts have the sciences logo in the insignia, not the command logo.Yeah, I'm pretty sure that makes me a nerd for noticing.
Neal: Sadly, no...I noticed too, but was too ashamed to come out of the nerd corner and mention it.You are not alone my friend, LOLOLOL.
Beam me up - may the force be with these 2 little geeks, who probably work at the same comic book/collectible store and have vicious BITCH fights before they go home together to have awesome make up sex.
you know they were both super pumped that they got to wear their nerd gear for their yearbook photo =D
Let the Wookiee win.
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