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musicbunnydancing
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Here is were you post a reson (or many) why geek guys are hot. [Smile] Enjoy!

100. They have minds! (Yeah shocked!)

99. They can fix your pc and still be so cute!

98. We they get old like the rest of us. They can still work math problems!

97. They (most of the time) are sweet and a gentalman.

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96. They often have very interesting t-shirt slogans. The wilier ones will have t-shirts with tiny slogans, forcing you to get up close to read them.

95. They are so hopped up on caffeine that it's easier to force them to stay awake all night and talk about 'feelings and stuff'. [Razz]

94. It's more comforting to be rejected for a pretty piece of hardware than for 11 blokes in tight shorts kicking a ball around a field [Big Grin] .

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93. They understand when you lock yourself alone for a few days to do a project or spend time with your latest obsession.

92. They don't mind that you prefer to wear jeans and a t-shirt everyday (and even think you're sexier when you're comfortable). [Big Grin]

91. When you're commenting on a situation by quoting some Star Wars/Star Trek/Monty Python they can always fill in the next line.

90. No arguments over justifying the expense for internet access/a new computer/the latest computer game/new DVDs. [Razz]

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89) They fix stuff (not just computers).

88) They don't mind if you work late.

87) They don't mind if you talk about work.

86) They can entertain themselves.

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quote:
86) They can entertain themselves.
For days and days! [evil]

*Squish* *Squish* *Squish*

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Is that anything like the former
*fwap* *fwap* *fwap*?
[evil]

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quote:
Is that anything like the former
*fwap* *fwap* *fwap*?

Stereotyping, huh? Whatever. I've got 85:

85: We're longhaired (Some of us)

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84: That surefooted, almost arrogant sysadmin superiority. Nothing sexier than that "You can barely write a shell script; you're not worth my time" attitude. (Damn my subbiness.)

83: There's always leftover Asian food in their fridge for snacks.

82: Hackers have the best toys, both in and out of bed. (Cat5 O' Nine Tails, anybody?) When they're too tired out, you can roll over and fire up their PS2. [Wink]

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(Great idea MBD)

81: There is no such thing as a "posering" geek!

80: They use grammar, punctuation and spelling when communicating online.

79: Good taste in clothes: Practical.

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quote:
Originally posted by SilverBlade:
81: There is no such thing as a "posering" geek!

Dude, there totally is...ever since being a techie became cool. They're in every scene, trust me. (Geek wannabes also have this overwhelming tendency to be female, though I couldn't tell you why.)
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78) They appear to be "nice guys," so your parents will love them.

77) Underrated (not as likely to be stolen by other girls).

76) Able to carry on long, interesting conversations.

75) Instead of saying "I love you" they'll say "There is no limit as my love goes to infinity!" (ahaha sorry I had to put that in there...)

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quote:
Originally posted by SilverBlade:
80: They use grammar, punctuation and spelling when communicating online.

Oh yeah, I like that one.

My S.O is always saying:

74: When they bend over to get under your desk and behind your computer, their jeans tighten around their cute little ass... (ahhh yeah)

Kudos for the next one goes to Scott Adams.

(2701/37): In prehistoric times, being favoured by natural selection required being able to chase after a fleeing antelope and slaying it with one mighty strike of an axe.

Now it requires the ability to install a broadband modem/graphics card/new CPU without confessing your inadiquacies to a disgruntled tech support person.

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quote:
Originally posted by Demosthenes:
quote:
Originally posted by SilverBlade:
81: There is no such thing as a "posering" geek!

Dude, there totally is...ever since being a techie became cool. They're in every scene, trust me. (Geek wannabes also have this overwhelming tendency to be female, though I couldn't tell you why.)
Really? Here in Hong Kong it isn't a cool thing to be a techie. And plus, geek wannabes aren't really geeks, are they? [Wink]

quote:
Originally posted by sconzey:[QB]74: When they bend over to get under your desk and behind your computer, their jeans tighten around their cute little ass... (ahhh yeah)

Yes yes! Definetely! I love watching my boyfriend from behind. [Razz]

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Suddenly I'm feeling really good about myself. [Big Grin]
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*squish* *squish* *squish* is just *fwap* *fwap* *fwap* with lotion.
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73: They think your obsessions with gadgets (Palm Pilots, new gaming handheld, iPods, cell phones that can surf the web) are normal and more importantly, admirable.

72: They think it's sexy that you know what a 20-sided die is, and know how to use it. They give you brownie points if you can DM a decent round of D & D.

71: They will acknowledge every so often that you may know more about tech than they do and seek out your opinion. Intelligence is highly valued.

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Wait... there's only 100?!! That's it! There's got to be more!

70: They can perform Klingon dating (mating!) rituals with ease, and will sing to you IN Klingon knowing how cute you find it!

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I know I'm a guy, and I'm tooting my own horn (METAPHORICALLY YOU PERVERTS), but:

69: They can count to 31 on one hand.

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68. They can laugh at the Ex-quarterback from high school whom laughed at them and is now the Exxon attendent. They can do this while sitting in their 100k+ home or while on vacation and working remotely.

Bageria

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67: They can spell "reasons."

*peers at subject line* ...Oh. Oops. Strike this one. [Roll Eyes]

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The thread was started by a female, n'est-ce pas?
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Either that or a very effeminate man...

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SilverBlade:
Really? Here in Hong Kong it isn't a cool thing to be a techie. And plus, geek wannabes aren't really geeks, are they? [Wink]
Here, in the US, it is. It's common to hear 12 year olds online talking about their 1337 ski11z, and how they brought down "a gibbson." At MIT events there are often a herd of ex-head-cheerleaders looking for the next Bill Gates to marry; or so certian media seems to spout. There used to be a cliche about going from "geek to chic," but now you hear people saying that "geek is chic."

I thoght now that the internet bubble popped the number of people who were doing technical carreers for the check would thin a bit, and leave the job to those who actually LIKE coding... but looking at the incomming number of incomming CS freshman vrs the number of people who make it through Computer Programming 1,2 and 3... It seems there are a lot of people who just don't have the chops, and of those that get through Programming III, supprisingly few of them write code for fun (personal projects, OSS projects or the like).

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quote:
Originally posted by musicbunnydancing:
Here is were you post a reson (or many) why geek guys are hot. [Smile] Enjoy!

66: Endothermic metabolism. [Wink]
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quote:
Originally posted by JB:
quote:
Originally posted by musicbunnydancing:
Here is were you post a reson (or many) why geek guys are hot. [Smile] Enjoy!

66: Endothermic metabolism. [Wink]
Either that or a cornucopia of dorito farts. [Big Grin]
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