Feeling nostalgia for the things you loved is inevitable when you get bigger, which is why you never hear Nate Robinson talking about the Snorks. Since you're not that sprightly little man, get clean with said nostalgia, thanks to Digital Soaps.
Created by a Bellingham-based nerd/former journalist full of wistfulness for childhood trips with her father to an old electronics warehouse (and the chocolate floppy disks they sold there), DS is a line of custom-molded, hand-poured, uber-geeky soaps that come in a variety of shapes, and're sure to be loved by the people who're most out of it. DS's latest geekery includes hyper-realistic cartridges ranging from a gray NES game that's stickered to look like Mario 3 (and even comes in a black sleeve), to a black Space Invaders number based on cartridges for 1977's Atari 2600, and a richly detailed Duck Hunt gun, although you know this time, that dog's laughing at something else. Additional dude-cleaners include 8-bit inspired soaps (Tetris sets with color schemes inspired by the game's levels), plus a mess of controller replicas that include Xbox, PS3, Super NES, and even Wii, although you really shouldn't do that in the shower.
Non-gaming goods include Mountain Dew-/Pepsi-scented shampoo and conditioners in re-purposed soda bottles; though most pieces have that MD scent, some come available in citrus and "7-Up Pound Cake", plus DS just started infusing select items with caffeine, which can be absorbed through the skin -- possibly the only way to get your fix since the barista can't see you behind the display case with the smooth Christmas reggae at Starbucks.