Dammit, there are a lot of 8-bit inspired handmade game items that I can resist, but I don't think I have the power to hold back on this one. Etsy strikes again with this handcrafted Zelda quilt, which I want to promptly roll myself into a little retro burrito in and make ecstatic squeaking sounds. If you aren't a Zelda fan, the artist also makes Space Invaders pillows and Resident Evil blankets. I'm convinced after this that there no end in sight to the cool crap that I need to own. Anyway, I'm taking up a collection to buy this, so if you want to donate, I'll come to your house dressed like a Big Daddy and perform the Memory Card scene of your choice (with Chad's permission, of course.)
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