For all of its beneficial properties, soap is rarely fun -- if you aren't aren't getting clean with it, then you're probably having your mouth washed out for cursing, or being beaten with tube socks for...more goddamn cursing. Taking soap fun to the next level, Geek Soap. From an Indiana lass driven by dual interests in gaming and craft-ery, GS is a handmade all-natural caravan of cleanliness that celebrates vintage nerdery from video games to Dungeons and Dragons, activities generally responsible for kids not getting dirty enough to require washing. Entertainment system riffs abound, from surprisingly accurate cartridges mimicking the games of systems of yore (Atari 2600, original NES, Game Boy, etc), to more specific references like the Horde/Alliance emblems from World of Warcraft, and Mario's power-up mushroom, which she describes as providing "a boost in the shower you can't get anywhere else" (clearly she doesn't know what you do in the shower). Other dork-tastic fun includes Facebook/Twitter/RSS logos, the Empire & Rebel Alliance symbols from Star Wars, comp icons like the power button and a USB port, and "Binary Massage" soap that's filled with zeroes and ones, much like your dating pool. For those looking for soap that can multitask, they make bars studded with soapy 20-sided die like the ones common in role playing games, potentially creating the strange confluence of being beaten with that very thing people would beat you for using, and that causes you to spend so much time beating you-know-damn-hell-ass-what.