Eau My Is a New Scent by George Takei

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If you're wondering what to get that special someone who loves equally both Facebook memes and smelling like a veteran of the USS Enterprise, then good news: we found the perfect gift.

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Internet celebrity and wordplay enthusiast George Takei is branching into the cosmetic industry this holiday season with a new fragrance, cleverly named Eau My.

The signature scent, which is marketed for both men and women, delivers hints of mandarin zest, Italian bergamot, jasmine, white freesia petals, and ginger, allowing wearers to "set phasers to stunning."

Eau My is available for $39.99 via Amazon and expected to ship starting December 15. So if you're looking to get a little George in your stocking by Christmas, you better beam that shit overnight.

While you wait, we recommend checking out the pun-filled comments that already have begun flooding the online product page and Takei's Facebook page.

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