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Wendy Lady
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Icon 1 posted December 29, 2005 02:32      Profile for Wendy Lady   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Ah Geek Love...

Well, for one you have to match me in a battle of wits on Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture Edition 1 or 2 or both. And SceneIt! Cuz that one is fun too.

Here's the rest of my criteria. Skinny nerdy guys in glasses who like to wear their worn out converse (or checkerboard Spicoli Vans) and their boxer briefs when they are trying to seduce me is incredibly HOTTT!

A-Team must be one of your favorite television shows of the 80s....well, basically you have to love all 80s television culture.

Family Guy love. [adult swim] love. Photoshop love. html love. superhero love. tattoo love. zombie movie love. guitar love. muskrat love.

I must want to jump your bones when you sing me Tenacious D's F'er Gently...because you will want to jump mine when I sing it to you!

You must also be my date for San Diego Comic-con. Cuz, it is necessary.

You must like my nerdy kids. I have two whom are named Anakin (7) and Kal-El (4 1/2)....if you don't know who those two names are in reference to YOU FAIL!

You living or wanting to move to Seattle area would be cool too.

This offer is good in the United States only...if you are from the Ivory Coast and want me to send you money to fly you here or to rescue you from the plight of your country....screw yourself. Screw yourself right in the cornhole with a piece of rusty wire coathanger.

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quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
Skinny nerdy guys in glasses who like to wear their worn out converse (or checkerboard Spicoli Vans) and their boxer briefs

You might be narrowing your search a bit much here with the wardrobe requirements.

Might I suggest Craigslist?

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Icon 12 posted December 29, 2005 09:46      Profile for Snaggy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
You had me up until the rusty wire coathanger.

Spungo might still be interested though. [Big Grin]

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Cap'n Vic

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Huhuhuhhh cornhole huhhhuhhuhh

I haven't heard anyone (but me) use that word for 10 years.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
Huhuhuhhh cornhole huhhhuhhuhh

I haven't heard anyone (but me) use that word for 10 years.

You weren't in my 8th grade sex-ed class, then.

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That's got to be the most entertaining singles ad I've seen posted around here in a long time.

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You should check out craigslist. That's where the really weird personals ads come out to play.

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Cap'n Vic

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quote:
Originally posted by nerdwithnofriends:
quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
Huhuhuhhh cornhole huhhhuhhuhh

I haven't heard anyone (but me) use that word for 10 years.

You weren't in my 8th grade sex-ed class, then.
Um, I was in grade 8....25 years ago [weep]

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quote:
Originally posted by Demosthenes:
quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
Skinny nerdy guys in glasses who like to wear their worn out converse (or checkerboard Spicoli Vans) and their boxer briefs

You might be narrowing your search a bit much here with the wardrobe requirements.

Might I suggest Craigslist?

Yeah, I was getting excited, I almost fit the description...I however do not wear worn out converse....

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How about Vans?

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
Huhuhuhhh cornhole huhhhuhhuhh

I haven't heard anyone (but me) use that word for 10 years.

Since I'm not very familiar with american slang, I thought I should look up for a definition in UrbanDictionary..

Oh Boy! I had a bad feeling about that word from the beginning, but I was not expecting an anatomy lesson! [Big Grin]

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FireSnake wrote:
You should check out craigslist. That's where the really weird personals ads come out to play.

No need. I have a friend who has a profile on match. She shares the worst emails and profiles that she gets contacted by for our mutual amusement. A couple of nights ago, some guy she had never talked to before sent her an email suggesting they get together and use erm... "bodily secretions" as glue for a crafts project. Surprisingly, she wasn't quite won over by his charm.

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His secretions or hers? [Eek!]

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quote:
His secretions or hers?
Whichever is the stickiest, I presume.... [Eek!] [shake head]

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quote:
Originally posted by Grummash:
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His secretions or hers?
Whichever is the stickiest, I presume.... [Eek!] [shake head]
You're supposed to combine them for the best effect.

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quote:
You're supposed to combine them for the best effect.
Won't that take your attention away from the crafts project? [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
Ah Geek Love...

Well, for one you have to match me in a battle of wits on Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture Edition 1 or 2 or both. And SceneIt! Cuz that one is fun too.


Well I seriously doubt I'd be able to do that with anyone who wasn't at least 3 or 4 years younger than myself...

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
Here's the rest of my criteria. Skinny nerdy guys in glasses who like to wear their worn out converse (or checkerboard Spicoli Vans) and their boxer briefs when they are trying to seduce me is incredibly HOTTT!

Wow, your not being specific there, I do have an old pair of Converse but I'm not even sure they fit. Oh yeah, and I don't wear glasses. 1 for me as I prefer boxer breiefs.

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Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
A-Team must be one of your favorite television shows of the 80s....well, basically you have to love all 80s television culture.

That's 1 for me, I loved a great deal of the 80s TV Shows... Alf, A-Team, Airwolf, Benson, Silver Spoons, Family Ties, etc...

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
Family Guy love. [adult swim] love. Photoshop love. html love. superhero love. tattoo love. zombie movie love. guitar love. muskrat love.

2 More for me, Family Guy is the bomb, as is [adult swim]. Photoshop is all you. 1 for me with HTML, I do most of my edits in vi or pico, in actuality though I'm more of a server kind of guy, I don't mind doing my own pages, but I'd rather my work be behind the scenes. If you can't notice something wrong then I've done my job correctly. A good zombie movie can cure a lot of ills.

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Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
I must want to jump your bones when you sing me Tenacious D's F'er Gently...because you will want to jump mine when I sing it to you!

Well, who wouldn't want to jump the person who sings them F'er Gently?

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
You must also be my date for San Diego Comic-con. Cuz, it is necessary.

Hmm, I seem to recall having plans in July... something to be discussed...

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
You must like my nerdy kids. I have two whom are named Anakin (7) and Kal-El (4 1/2)....if you don't know who those two names are in reference to YOU FAIL!

Very interesting choice in names... We can only hope they have someone to look up to as a decent role model, and that they find geeks of their own when they grow up. Oh yeah 2 more for me, Love kids [Smile]

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
You living or wanting to move to Seattle area would be cool too.

Seattle is like a treasure trove of 'geekness' (there are many other places like this too, but none that I would choose.)

quote:
Originally posted by Wendy Lady:
This offer is good in the United States only...if you are from the Ivory Coast and want me to send you money to fly you here or to rescue you from the plight of your country....screw yourself. Screw yourself right in the cornhole with a piece of rusty wire coathanger.

Wow, okay so um 10 out of 19 isn't all that bad right? ... right?
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I believe the actual text was "and use our *** for glue", so the implication would be both mixed together, but I think any interpretation of it is creepy when coming from a stranger.

Aside from that, he was also wrong on the mechanics too. I'm pretty sure nature intended for all that stuff to prevent sticking and excessive friction. We should all be thankful for that, as conjoined twin clothing styles have never really been considered fasionable. [Smile]

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Oh no...not again...

(re: Richard)

Edit: Oooh, 5353 posts - that's just a cool looking number!

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
Oh no...not again...

(re: Richard)

:Blinks: Me? Well, I tried... /me crawls back into the corner...
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quote:
Originally posted by Grummash:
quote:
You're supposed to combine them for the best effect.
Won't that take your attention away from the crafts project? [Wink]
Who cares? [Big Grin]

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I'm afraid I've never tried sticking popsicle sticks or whatever together with the stuff. I can see where it might dry as a superadhesive though. Like you would never think of shaving cream as an adhesive, but let me tell you, when you combine that stuff with face whiskers and let it dry, you could use that stuff to hold the tiles onto the space shuttle.

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quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
FireSnake wrote:
You should check out craigslist. That's where the really weird personals ads come out to play.

No need. I have a friend who has a profile on match. She shares the worst emails and profiles that she gets contacted by for our mutual amusement. A couple of nights ago, some guy she had never talked to before sent her an email suggesting they get together and use erm... "bodily secretions" as glue for a crafts project. Surprisingly, she wasn't quite won over by his charm.

Hmmm, interesting. Anyone wanting to try this? I want to know how it works. [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
Hmmm, interesting. Anyone wanting to try this? I want to know how it works. [Big Grin]

I don't think I'm alone when I say that's all you...
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quote:
Originally posted by Richard:
quote:
Originally posted by Wick:
Hmmm, interesting. Anyone wanting to try this? I want to know how it works. [Big Grin]

I don't think I'm alone when I say that's all you...
Nah, everyone here is curious, admit it!
[Big Grin]

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