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Posted by geekguy42 (Member # 3490) on February 17, 2005, 23:59:
 
Hi! My name is Danny and I have recently noticed that there seem to be no gamer/geek girls my age (16). I am, I guess one of a rare breed of guy that thinks that a girl who wears glasses and has beat Half-Life 20 times is hot and Britney Spears is a slut who isn't even worth fantacizing over. Perhaps I am simply delusional but are there any girl gamers out there?
 
Posted by Demosthenes (Member # 530) on February 18, 2005, 00:39:
 
Why's the emphasis always on girls who wear glasses? I manage to be the nerdiest woman I know, and I've got vision that an Air Force pilot would kill for. Evolutionary inferiority really shouldn't be a turn on, logically. [Razz]

Anyway, let's proceed with the old standard GC tripe about finding dates at bookstores and waiting for "the right one" to walk into your life, naked, and hit you over the head with a case of beer.
 
Posted by geekguy42 (Member # 3490) on February 18, 2005, 01:22:
 
Well for the glasses thing, I just think they are kinda hot, but besides that. I am not talking about geek girls really as much as gamer girls. I mean I don't know C++ but I know every sniper spot on de_aztec (CSS) so...
 
Posted by jordanv (Member # 3189) on February 18, 2005, 03:20:
 
The stats are against you. Better off going for a 'geeky' girl who will at least let you play your games without wanting you to constantly buy her new clothes/handbags/britney spears albums.

girls who are into rpg/comics/books count as "geeky girls" - not every geek can program in C++. Look for someone who can understand you on some basic level.
 
Posted by Black Widow (Member # 3046) on February 18, 2005, 04:57:
 
Well, I'm waaaaay beyond 16, but I would definitely consider myself a gamer/geek girl. Even when I was 16, I was into Nintendo and whatever I could find for the Mac back then. I know I'm not alone, and sometimes the ones who look like they're not gamers just might be. Check out Seanbaby's date with a Frag Doll. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by drunkennewfiemidget (Member # 2814) on February 18, 2005, 06:38:
 
No real geek programs in C++ anyway, fools.
 
Posted by supergoo (Member # 2280) on February 18, 2005, 13:07:
 
<sarcasm> Duh, everyone knows Java's where it's at! </sarcasm>

No but seriously, if you only talk to girls who just look like gamer geeks, you may ignore other girls whom you wouldn't ordinarily consider. People have varying interests and usually don't fit nicely into niches. In other words, you don't necessarily have to find a girl interested in gaming to have a good time.

Demosthenes, wrt your comment on glasses, I think people's conception of geeks wearing glasses comes from the old school days when most geeks were prolific readers, in which case, years of looking at tiny words in low-light conditions deteriorated their vision.
 
Posted by geekguy42 (Member # 3490) on February 18, 2005, 16:13:
 
Well, yeah I know that there arn't too many "Gamer Girls" but all of the geek girls seem to be band geeks, or drama geeks (I am both so nothing is wrong with that [Razz] ) But at least a girl who likes computers and maybe knew what RAM stood for? I mean guys fawn over Laura Croft because she could kick their ass, well a girl who would be able to do tech-suport would be equally cool. Oh well, maybe I am being a bit too specific. Oh, and thankyou for all your coments so far; not bad for one day!
 
Posted by Luke Skywalker (Member # 3096) on February 18, 2005, 18:17:
 
Belive me, Ive seen it all. Band geeks (being on myself), drama geeks (I am dating one, and associate with them being band geek), preps, jocks, nobodys, goths, geek-geeks.

But no one i heave heard really hooks up for JUST a love of games shared.
Nothing against it, but look for other qualities as well.

From my current experience, i dont know what exactly you call a 'gamer geek', as there are all sorts of them (old school NES ppl, Computer ppl, Xbox and PS2 ppl, and many others)

Also, ppl are of varied types. My current girlfriend I would consiter an old school gamer(NES and older), a drama geek, and a tech geek; while I am a computer and Ps2 Gamer geek, and a band geek.
But overall, I can honestly say, our relationship has no connections over what we play on a tv/computer.

Yes, we both wear glasses, but we arnt bound by it either. Actually, I normally wear contacts, and honestly, I dont consiter glasses a thing to look for in geekyness of any sort. Some of the most intelligent and serious geeks of all time dont wear glasses.

And if I wasnt with my love, one of the most intelligent girls I know is very attractive, and i would probably have asked her out. So dont just turn down the 'Brittany Spears' crowd until you really know them. Some of them are alright.

Overall, what Im saying is, dont stick with just one concept of person to look for. Look for several things, and try different things that you might not even like. Belive me, weird things happen. Just because you and someone have like everything alike in what you do, you might end up wanting to kill each other for that. Ive been there too [Wink] .
 
Posted by SilverBlade (Member # 3541) on February 27, 2005, 00:26:
 
Yeah sure! I'm a gamer/geek girl. I am certain there are loads, you just need to look harder. Though at 16 you might be hard pressed to find one. I'm 17 and I think I am the only one who is a geek (and I am not even a fully fledged one!). Even less so if you want to find one who is into first person shooting and all that (I'm into real time strategy and RPG) so good luck!
 
Posted by i_need_a_pillow (Member # 2765) on February 27, 2005, 20:07:
 
I'd agree that a girl who isn't as much of a gaming/programming geek (but is a geek in other areas) can still be very desirable. The people in a relationship don't have to be exactly alike; often it seems to work out better if their strengths complement (rather than perfectly match) each other.

My other piece of relationship advice (much more general): Often it isn't the best idea to actively seek a relationship (though it is an interesting way to keep yourself busy). If you're trying all the time to find someone, there's a relatively high chance you'll find yourself in a relationship just for the sake of having one instead of for the person herself. I'm currently interested in finding someone, but I'm not actively looking for someone. If something nice happens between someone and me, I'm certainly not going to ignore it, but I'll let things happen as they will without too much of my own interference. I tend to screw things up anyway. [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Mr.Gone (Member # 3543) on March 01, 2005, 09:58:
 
But why? They may be geeks, but they are still girls. Manipulative and cruel. Remember what all the other ones have done to you, then remember it's genetic.
 
Posted by drunkennewfiemidget (Member # 2814) on March 01, 2005, 11:15:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Mr.Gone:
But why? They may be geeks, but they are still girls. Manipulative and cruel. Remember what all the other ones have done to you, then remember it's genetic.

What's her name and why'd she piss in your cornflakes this morning?
 
Posted by Mr.Gone (Member # 3543) on March 01, 2005, 11:16:
 
I wish. I just want to make sure that my fellow geeks don't get so desperate for love, they turn to the average woman.
 
Posted by drunkennewfiemidget (Member # 2814) on March 01, 2005, 11:25:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Mr.Gone:
I wish. I just want to make sure that my fellow geeks don't get so desperate for love, they turn to the average woman.

Every woman is one man's dream, another man's nightmare, and some other men's 'average'.
 
Posted by Mr.Gone (Member # 3543) on March 01, 2005, 11:32:
 
I am saying the average back stabbing, user. You know. I'm not saying all women are like that, only like, 88-94% of them
 
Posted by magefile (Member # 2918) on March 01, 2005, 12:43:
 
Maybe, but everyone knows that 82% of all statistics are pulled out of their citer's ass.
 
Posted by The Famous Druid (Member # 1769) on March 01, 2005, 13:04:
 
quote:
Originally posted by magefile:
Maybe, but everyone knows that 82% of all statistics are pulled out of their citer's ass.

... and the other 12% are wrong.
 
Posted by Grey_girl (Member # 2172) on March 01, 2005, 13:48:
 
Ok, another thread that alleges I don't exist.

I'm way over 16, but I'm still the gamer/geek I was then, if not more so. And I work in tech support now. Still wearing glasses...

So there. [Wink]
 
Posted by TomtheMacMan (Member # 2127) on March 02, 2005, 13:26:
 
Trust me, gamer girls are more common than you'd think. I have one on my bus who's exactly your age and has a habit of playing DDR on her PS2 until she either cannot stand or passes out (8-12 hour DDR marathons are nothing for her). She also is an iPod Fanatic, addicted to webbrowsing and posting on forums, and the best part, SHE'S SINGLE!

Yeah, too bad I've got a boyfriend, so I'm definitively not interested. [Razz]
 
Posted by TonyRad (Member # 1448) on March 02, 2005, 20:05:
 
I would just like to point out that this is a predominately geek forum. If you read though the posts you will notice there happens to be quite a few gamer/geek girls who post on this forum. If you look at the GC photo album you'll also notice that a good portion of the female photos are not wearing glasses.

As far as you thinking girls with glasses as being hot. I can't really say much. I don't think with or without glasses are hot, but there's another stereotypical "geeky" feature I tend to be attracted to. Yeah, it's an odd one, I'm just gonna leave it at that. Maybe somebody will ask me in IRC or better yet guess it on the thread.

--Tony Rad
 
Posted by PMS LiLY (Member # 3755) on March 25, 2005, 14:52:
 
I don't know what you're talking about! There's tons of gamer chicks that are 16. I'm one of them! I know a lot of 16yr gamer girls.
 
Posted by adhdkid (Member # 3757) on March 26, 2005, 13:28:
 
Yeah there are gamer girls out there. In fact I am one of them. However I am 22:) And I have beat Half-Life more times then I can count. also Half-life 2 as well. Oh and I do wear glasses.
 
Posted by musicbunnydancing (Member # 3756) on March 26, 2005, 13:38:
 
People, geek/gamer girls are alive!

I know, it's a total shock...so here's another one for ya!

A girl can be geekie, were glasses, love reading books, design layouts and graphics, play ps2 and STILL like to shop.

Wow, that sounds like me! [Eek!] [Geek]
 
Posted by Tom- geeking around (Member # 2876) on March 26, 2005, 14:20:
 
Wow.. nice..
too bad i live in Austria..
LOL..

bahhh.. you said you knew all sniper spots in de_aztec? My favourite map is dust, or cbble..
anyways..

to stay on-topic *g*
If you read my post in the "all-about-love" section, you will notice that I am currently "dating" another girl (further answers are more than welcome!)--
geek girls- in my imagination- do not necessarily wear glasses..Its all about "the whole"...
It would be a miracle for me, if I would find a girl playing half live by the way.. that would be awesome.. only met a few ingame.. and THOSE kick ass..

Cheers!

Thomas
 
Posted by JDDAY (Member # 3763) on March 29, 2005, 14:00:
 
Does this perchance have anything to do with that spurious and fiendish arguement that women have a lower propensity to math and science in the university? In my experience women gamers and RPGers at least add so much to the experience of gaming as to be incaluable and I only wish there was more ways to introduce more girls to gaming at an earlier age.
 
Posted by KatherineRose (Member # 3797) on April 06, 2005, 19:58:
 
I play Half Life and Counterstrike and occasionally Mume and all of that, but guys like most of you never really believe it because I don't look the part - more girls play that stuff than you think, it's just that not all of us look that obvious.
To sway off subject a bit, that poses another problem...I'm really only interested in sort of geeky guys, but those of you looking for the same in a girl always assume I'm some blonde bimbo because I used to do cheer (hated the girls but it kept me in shape) and tennis and don't make a point of explaining to everyone that I am in fact not an idiot.
What is it gonna take? I mean, should I geek myself up?
 
Posted by csk (Member # 1941) on April 06, 2005, 21:46:
 
quote:
Originally posted by KatherineRose:
To sway off subject a bit, that poses another problem...I'm really only interested in sort of geeky guys, but those of you looking for the same in a girl always assume I'm some blonde bimbo because I used to do cheer (hated the girls but it kept me in shape) and tennis and don't make a point of explaining to everyone that I am in fact not an idiot.
What is it gonna take? I mean, should I geek myself up?

Hmm, if anyone thinks that tennis players are bimbos, they've got another think coming. All of the girls I've known who've played tennis have been very intelligent individuals. And that's coming from playing in a number of comps.

Haven't had any experiences with cheerleaders, sorry [Wink]
 
Posted by millamushi (Member # 3818) on April 08, 2005, 13:39:
 
Of course we exist, all be it in lesser numbers. I play alot of MMO's, and also come XBox live. But I made the mistake of buying a headset. The guys can't belive girls play so they call me 'trannie', I guess they think girls don't have opposable thumbs so they can't play, or we are so far in the minority we must not exist. But were out here... not that I have met any other than my self, ehh...
 
Posted by CommanderShroom (Member # 2097) on April 08, 2005, 14:03:
 
quote:
Originally posted by millamushi:
I guess they think girls don't have opposable thumbs so they can't play, or we are so far in the minority we must not exist. But were out here... not that I have met any other than my self, ehh...

Of course womens have opposable thumbs. How else can they hold the cooking utensils? [Big Grin]

/runs out dodging heavy objects.
 
Posted by Rhonwyyn (Member # 2854) on April 08, 2005, 14:42:
 
Slightly related question/statement: My mom was making phonecalls on Wednesday and all of a sudden looked up and asked, 'How'd we learn to dial with our thumbs?'

I explained that it's 'cause we cradle the phone in our hand, leaving only our thumb to dial. Any thoughts?
 
Posted by SassyGeek (Member # 3218) on April 08, 2005, 18:23:
 
if you can't find a gamer geek girl, i would recommend looking for a "geek groupie". that's what i was when I was 16. I was more into drama myself, but i really feel hard for guys who were into computers and D&D and really smart. maybe some of those band or drama girlies are dying for a nerdling to teach her what RAM means. You have to start somewhere!

I still consider myself a geek groupie. I LOVE to talk to guys who are into programming or hardware about what they do, but I don't like to do it myself. I'm a technical writer, so I enjoy learning about something, but not putting it to practical use. [Smile]
 
Posted by garlicguy (Member # 3166) on April 08, 2005, 19:30:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Rhonwyyn:
Slightly related question/statement: My mom was making phonecalls on Wednesday and all of a sudden looked up and asked, 'How'd we learn to dial with our thumbs?'

I explained that it's 'cause we cradle the phone in our hand, leaving only our thumb to dial. Any thoughts?

 -

I've got one. "Why the hell do we all refer to it as 'dialing', when what we are actually doing is pushing buttons? I haven't even seen a working rotary dial phone in about 20 years."
 
Posted by Rhonwyyn (Member # 2854) on April 08, 2005, 19:36:
 
As recently as seven years ago my grandmother still had a rotary phone and a party line to their farm.

"Dialing" is probably used 'cause it's shorter and easier to say than "pushing the numbered buttons on the phone." [Wink]
 
Posted by CommanderShroom (Member # 2097) on April 08, 2005, 19:45:
 
To quote Ellen Degeneres(sp?)

"Why do we still use the arm rolling motion to mean roll down your window?"

Like all things these motions are engrained into the common psyche. We dial phones. We roll down our windows. And we make the twisting motion with our hand to say turn up or turn down the radio.
 
Posted by Rhonwyyn (Member # 2854) on April 08, 2005, 19:47:
 
Hey! My Sony boombox (do they still call them that?) from about five years ago has a volume dial. Maybe more recent ones don't?
 
Posted by garlicguy (Member # 3166) on April 08, 2005, 19:58:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Rhonwyyn:
As recently as seven years ago my grandmother still had a rotary phone and a party line to their farm.

"Dialing" is probably used 'cause it's shorter and easier to say than "pushing the numbered buttons on the phone." [Wink]

"Keying" or "keypadding".

 -
 
Posted by SupportGoddess (Member # 822) on April 09, 2005, 08:22:
 
quote:
Originally posted by garlicguy:
I haven't even seen a working rotary dial phone in about 20 years.

I have one of the old hardwired ones in my bedroom, converted to connect to a modular jack. Has a ring that would wake the dead too, at one point I had a modem at work set to call me. It would ring the phone and wake me up. I've found I can sleep through pretty much any alarm clock, but never that phone. If I'm feeling ambitious, maybe I will take a picture.
 
Posted by grrlgeek74 (Member # 3846) on April 14, 2005, 20:15:
 
It's hard for me to see why people find it so unbelievable to think girl geeks actually exist. I'm a) a girl, b)a gamer, c) a coder, and d) live my life on my computer...and couldn't imagine being any other way.

Oh...but I don't wear glasses.

Go figure. [Smile]
 
Posted by dragonman97 (Member # 780) on April 14, 2005, 21:23:
 
Hmm...it's not been that long since I've used a rotary phone. I /may/ have one somewhere at work - or else I have one or two laying about here somewhere. I first used rotary phones when I was a kid - I think I'm almost better with them than touch tone desk phones. For awhile, I had a nice simple touch tone, analog desk phone - the tactile response was pretty good, at that. There was only one downside to it - lack of speakerphone...which really bites when you're on hold with tech. support. Right now I have a relatively nice Nortel phone, but I absolutely suck at dialing numbers on the thing. I don't think my index finger is meant to be used to input numbers at nearly arm's reach - my thumb is much better at this on my cell phone. Oh, and dialing with the phone in my other hand and/or cradled - fuggedaboutit...I've found that I stand the best chance of getting it right if I start on speakerphone, dial the number, and then pick up. Yes, I'm pitiful. At least I had my wits about me to call up a company, and tell them to stop spamming me. [Big Grin] The hell with unsubscribe links - having them pay for my 800 call to them, and employing a human to respond to me is the way to go. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Lucidallusion (Member # 3848) on April 16, 2005, 03:48:
 
I'm a geeky gamer girl who wears glasses, sometimes contacts, and my geeky boyfriend says I'm the hottest girlfriend he's ever had (so he says haha). I think it's pretty cool to play games with him, though if we didn't, that would be cool too. I hate shopping.
 
Posted by SilverBlade (Member # 3541) on April 16, 2005, 08:13:
 
Ah, yes. The rotary phone. It probably saved me from the hellish cycle of (bo deen wah chuk) "making telephone porridge" as we Chinese like to call it from when I was younger and turning into an annoying preppy teen. That was because I had no idea how the dailing system worked... do you spin the wheel as far as possible? Do you put your finger into the number before the one you want? Do you wait for it to fully reset to its original orientation.

Ahhh, now buttons makes the world go round [Big Grin]
 
Posted by sconzey (Member # 2347) on April 16, 2005, 15:03:
 
I vote we make a GC FAQ, or at least make some thread such as this sticky. I have seen something along these lines sooo many times...

Most of us have met a geek girl. You just have to know where to look. You'll stumble across them in everyday life, yeah; at the pub, etc. but you'll meet more in your compsci class at Uni.
 
Posted by dragonman97 (Member # 780) on April 16, 2005, 17:22:
 
quote:
Originally posted by SilverBlade:
That was because I had no idea how the dailing system worked... do you spin the wheel as far as possible? Do you put your finger into the number before the one you want? Do you wait for it to fully reset to its original orientation.

Really, it's not terribly difficult. Hold a closed pen between your fingers, put in hole of number, slam it to the right until it stops, and let go. Rinse and repeat. [Smile]
(Using a pen is more comfortable than finger, at least if you're making a number of calls.)
 
Posted by SilverBlade (Member # 3541) on April 16, 2005, 20:27:
 
quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:

Really, it's not terribly difficult. Hold a closed pen between your fingers, put in hole of number, slam it to the right until it stops, and let go. Rinse and repeat. [Smile]
(Using a pen is more comfortable than finger, at least if you're making a number of calls.)
[/QUOTE]

As I said before dragonman97, that was when I was YOUNG(er) [Razz] I can operate a dial phone perfectly fine, thank you.
 
Posted by dragonman97 (Member # 780) on April 16, 2005, 20:37:
 
Sorry, Silverblade. :-/

I think I was probably using a rotary phone by or before age 8, though. [Wink] /me grew up with some fun tech toys and background. [Razz]
 
Posted by SilverBlade (Member # 3541) on April 17, 2005, 03:34:
 
No no dman, its okay. [Razz] I was being hearty when I said that!

I was always stuck to the computer, even at a very young age. My family was an Apple user even then!

A picture of the mac we had.

I remember playing Alleyway, and all it was was a blue screen with some coloured blocks, a black ball and a platform thing. I was quite good at it, actually [Razz] Then my sister put a train ticket into the zip drive and messed it up hehe. But ah, good times, good times. [Razz]
 
Posted by cyber_junkie (Member # 3861) on May 07, 2005, 03:34:
 
Well i know this gamer/geek girl who plays CS at the local hub. Shes 15 and hot [Big Grin]
 
Posted by priscilch (Member # 2727) on June 06, 2005, 11:37:
 
I'm a geek girl in the LA area and I was hoping if you guys could point me in the right direction to finding more smart cool geeks in the general vicinity.

I'm in my 20s and looking for other geeks in the same age range. Thanks a bunch!
 
Posted by countessofmc (Member # 4050) on June 06, 2005, 17:04:
 
I'm 15 (turning 16 in august) and I consider myself to be a gamer girl. I don't play as much as I used to though, because school is too demanding...I don't owe my ps2 term papers...

That doesn't mean I've lost it though! I'm addicted to fighting games like Tekken, Soul Calibur, Smash Brothers, etc and I can definitely take down my cousin and all his (really) dorky gamer friends. I also lurve RPGs, but it's getting harder to find good ones...

just look harder for us!!
 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 22, 2006, 18:05:
 
Hrmmm, Im really bored... and stumbled upon this topic... so lets see if anyone cares.

Im a geek/gamer, nothing I love more then a nice romantic candlelight (unless you count the glow of the tv) frag fest, dungeon crawl, or watching like half a season of an Anime Series... now if only I could find someone to share that with...

My current relationship hates video games and anime... go figure...

Im currently a college student... we even have an xbox hooked up in the student union and Ive never seen a girl come in, grab a controller, and play and have fun (win or lose).

In the end I will be alone... with nothing but the sweet whirr of the cpu fan to keep me company [Razz]

And I also am a lover of RPG's and agree that there are no more good ones, they all became Hack and Slash x.x

I also thing people are my age group were less likley to become geeks/gamers lol, Im more of that metal/drugs generation which beat up geeks therefore producing less for that age group.
 
Posted by alfrin (Member # 3836) on January 22, 2006, 19:23:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Hrmmm, Im really bored... and stumbled upon this topic... so lets see if anyone cares.

*silence*
Yea, I don't think anyone cares.
 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 22, 2006, 21:17:
 
Thats usually the case... also those last couple lines would have made more sense if I quoted the things earlier in the topic I was commenting on
 
Posted by Demosthenes (Member # 530) on January 23, 2006, 13:21:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Thats usually the case... also those last couple lines would have made more sense if I quoted the things earlier in the topic I was commenting on

Threads die for a reason.

Don't necropost. [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by drunkennewfiemidget (Member # 2814) on January 23, 2006, 13:39:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Demosthenes:
Threads die for a reason.

Don't necropost. [Roll Eyes]

And what, little missy, are you implying about my famed 'migratory habits of asexual organisms' thread that went straight into the depths of hell? Hmm?
 
Posted by GameMaster (Member # 1173) on January 23, 2006, 17:33:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Demosthenes:
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Thats usually the case... also those last couple lines would have made more sense if I quoted the things earlier in the topic I was commenting on

Threads die for a reason.

Don't necropost. [Roll Eyes]

There are times that necroposting is alright. If you have to say something that is on a topic that's been discussed, then bringing it back to life isn't a bad thing. That said, resurection of a thread with nothing more insightful than:
"me to[sic]" or the content of the original necroposter, then it's an offense.

And, yes, midget, we are.
 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 23, 2006, 21:11:
 
Actually I came about the thread google searching for geek communities, and I didnt really pay notice to the date of the thread...sorry for the necropost... next time I'll pay more attention
 
Posted by Wick (Member # 4608) on January 24, 2006, 04:35:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Actually I came about the thread google searching for geek communities, and I didnt really pay notice to the date of the thread...sorry for the necropost... next time I'll pay more attention

I share your dream of watching anime by the fire light with that special someone. Sadly, its only a dream. Even if you found that someone there would be a million other things that stop it from being truely magical. *sigh* We can still dream, no?
 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 25, 2006, 17:13:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Actually I came about the thread google searching for geek communities, and I didnt really pay notice to the date of the thread...sorry for the necropost... next time I'll pay more attention

I share your dream of watching anime by the fire light with that special someone. Sadly, its only a dream. Even if you found that someone there would be a million other things that stop it from being truely magical. *sigh* We can still dream, no?
Hope that will change at the end of March. I'm going to Armageddicon for a weekend Anime Convention... might find someone [Wink]
 
Posted by Wick (Member # 4608) on January 26, 2006, 05:38:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Actually I came about the thread google searching for geek communities, and I didnt really pay notice to the date of the thread...sorry for the necropost... next time I'll pay more attention

I share your dream of watching anime by the fire light with that special someone. Sadly, its only a dream. Even if you found that someone there would be a million other things that stop it from being truely magical. *sigh* We can still dream, no?
Hope that will change at the end of March. I'm going to Armageddicon for a weekend Anime Convention... might find someone [Wink]
Good Luck. I'm going to a local convention April 8th. Maybe I can suck out there and find someone cool.
 
Posted by zesovietrussian (Member # 1177) on January 26, 2006, 19:13:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
quote:
Originally posted by Angel Devoid v3:
Actually I came about the thread google searching for geek communities, and I didnt really pay notice to the date of the thread...sorry for the necropost... next time I'll pay more attention

I share your dream of watching anime by the fire light with that special someone. Sadly, its only a dream. Even if you found that someone there would be a million other things that stop it from being truely magical. *sigh* We can still dream, no?
Hope that will change at the end of March. I'm going to Armageddicon for a weekend Anime Convention... might find someone [Wink]
Good Luck. I'm going to a local convention April 8th. Maybe I can suck out there and find someone cool.
You don't need to do THAT to find someone cool [evil]
 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 26, 2006, 21:51:
 

 
Posted by Angel Devoid v3 (Member # 4845) on January 26, 2006, 21:52:
 
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Originally posted by zesovietrussian:
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
Good Luck. I'm going to a local convention April 8th. Maybe I can suck out there and find someone cool.

You don't need to do THAT to find someone cool [evil]
Well... it couldnt hurt [Razz]

EDIT: Interesting... I post this message and I also have a blank post above lol...
 


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