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californiarockr
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favorite geek pick-up lines? list em here, non geek ones are too easy to find

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"You've got more curves than a triple integral."

And, even though it's not geeky per se, I have to put this one too: "Hey, does this smell like chloroform to you?"

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Icon 1 posted April 24, 2003 22:58      Profile for Slurpy     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
"You sure don't sweat to much for a fat girl."

This was said to a maybe 120 pound Sorostitute. Her response was to look really confused for about thirty seconds, then get really mad.

Pick-up lines are a lot more fun when you aren't trying to get the girl [evil]

And, of course, "Hey baby, what's your OS?"
I think I may have actually heard that here first. . . BUT IT'S MINE NOW, MUHUWAHAHAHA!

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Colonel Panic
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Can I buy you a drink ... or would you prefer the cash?

Colonel Panic

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It's the 50th anniversary of the discovery of DNA. Want to help me find a suitable way to celebrate it?

(note, this will only work today)

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Ha ha, Steen! Good one... too bad it's too late, now. [Frown]

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Wanna try to violate the Pauli Exclusion Principle?
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"Your epidermis is showing."

[tired] heh. not sure if that's a pick-up line, but what the helk.

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can i knock the stuffin' in your Egg McMuffin?
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quote:
Originally posted by quantumfluff:
Wanna try to violate the Pauli Exclusion Principle?

I don't get it? "Let's see if we can get our atoms to have the same quantum numbers?"

P.S. Is a quantum signature the same thing as a quantum number, or is it something totally different?

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Icon 1 posted April 27, 2003 02:28      Profile for littlefish   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Not a pick up line per se, but a sticker on a door a few labs down from mine:

Cuddle a chemist and watch the reaction.

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quote:
Originally posted by littlefish:
Not a pick up line per se, but a sticker on a door a few labs down from mine:

Cuddle a chemist and watch the reaction.

PRECIOUS!!! <3

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quote:
Originally posted by Slurpy:
I don't get it? "Let's see if we can get our atoms to have the same quantum numbers?"

The simplistic way people think of it is you can't have to bodies occupying the same space at the same time. So violating that could be fun to try.
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Ah. . . Don't you hate when people take things too literally? Damned left brain! Who wants to learn how to lobotomize?

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Let's defrag together.

(explaining nemo's paradox, see the movie IQ)

Wanna see my harddrive?

You know what they say about particles in motion?

I'm gravationally attracted to you.

You had me at base step, so let's go induce.

Alright, those are all corny, and off the top of my head, but so was this last one, and it worked for me...

A little insanity goes a long ways.

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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
Alright, those are all corny, and off the top of my head, but so was this last one, and it worked for me...

A little insanity goes a long ways.

That didn't work for you... I'm only using you for your geekiness [Razz]

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is that your joystick or are you just happy to see me?

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This was actually told to me a few years ago:
"You know, with a little help from you, I can turn my software into hardware."
[shake head]

---the joy of dork, C.P.

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Erm, i seem to have lost my email address, so could I have yours please?

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"Shhh! Don't talk to me! I'm a garden gnome!"

- while standing in some foliage. Worked. Didn't work out, but the line worked.

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i'm almost ashamed to say i've used this one:

"do you post on slashdot?"

also, my friend's old standby:

"do you like math?...i like math."

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My favourite pick-up line would have to be: "Get in the back of the van or I'll blow your fucking head off!"

Or maybe:'Come with me or the puppy gets it.'

Failing that, the golden oldie: 'Hey - bring the donkey along and I'll throw in an extra fifty.'

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Glad to see you've added some variety to your repertoire....

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A gentleman should always have more than one arrow in his quiver. [Wink]

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Aren't we using the term "gentleman" a little loosely here?? [Razz] [Wink]

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