A really cool horror movie magazine. I like to leave it out on my coffee table when I bring the ladies over. See also Nerds.
Can be used in a variety of linguistic combinations: 'no-mate-nigel' (a geeky kid with no friends), 'nippy-nigel' (the hyper, weird boy in all of your science classes who asks for extra homework and rides a bike everywhere), 'nigel' (standalone term for any variety of geek. The rule of pop-probability states that in any given computer retail store there will be at least one manager named Nigel), 'nigelfest' (a gathering of geeks. Geekage en mass, if you will.) See also Nerds.
The kazoo is played professionally in jug bands and comedy music, and by amateurs everywhere. See also Nerds.