Pop Culture: Elder Scrolls – Did they even have keys?

My knowledge about the Elder Scrolls is pretty poor, I know that it is a series of computer games and that ‘Skyrim’ was one of them.

I know a bit about ‘Skyrim’ as the Husband was mildly addicted to it for some time… as were most of males of a similar age who I know.

Now that he has his very own car he has his own set of keys, and now that we’ve lost the MASSIVE garage door opener that was needed for our last home he was looking for a bulky keyring so that he’d stop misplacing the keys.

Luckily random cash-in pop culture merchandise saved the day and HMV sold him an Elder Scrolls keyring of a dragon Ouroboros.

elder scrolls keyring

I am just grateful that it wasn’t a keyring depicting an arrow to the knee.

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Pop Culture: Star Wars socks – The Force has left the building

Unpacking has been fun, we’ve found all sorts of things and some of them are slightly random – like the fact that the Husband has 36 pairs of brand new still-packaged socks that he had forgotten we’d bought.

I am actually very glad we’ve found all these socks as it prevented me from buying him some fantastically ugly socks that I found amusing – for all the wrong reasons!

ugly star wars socks m&s

He likes Star Wars, I like hideous pop culture monstrosities… thank goodness there was no reason to buy them!

If anyone does want to purchase these ‘interesting’ socks then the Marks and Spencer’s website should be able to hook you up.

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