Check out the Nintendo House from Carnegie Mellon's spring carnival. Wouldn't you want to live there?
It's been making the net rounds all morning. We picked it up from Destructoid, but got some extra skinny from Dana Vinson, an alumni of that respected institution.
The pics were taken at the annual Spring Carnival. This year's theme is "Small Things Made Big," hence the Nintendo house, built by Sigma Epsilon fraternity.
"Carnegie Mellon is a buncha nerds, so there's always f*cking videogame sh*t," The foulmouth Vinson told TheFeed. "One year they re-built the Death Star for carnival. And there's intricate soapbox derby races. You know, nerd crap. "
"CMU is mainly engineering and architechture students, and they work on the carnival houses all year long. They're really structurally sound." Vinson added. She went on to express admiration for the school's policy of giving students two days off to "drink beer and get laid... well, maybe most of them don't get laid, and if they do, it's nerd sex and that's gross."
More pics under the cut.