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November 24, 2012


Geeks in love.


(Thanks to Chuck Cody)


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Awww. I guess this means there's someone out there for everyone, even if you're a dork.

(Says the the dork whose nic is a cut-out cartoon character...)

Why did this remind me of a Mensa meeting?

They have nothing on these guys:


Modern day Kabuki theater. Except more awkward.

Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto. Come here often? Is that a daikon in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?

>> "My heart was beating as I was taking off the mask," said the woman.<<

Prospective dates consider that a plus.

Since they all seem to be geeks of the same feather, why the need for masks?

Think of that. A virgin convention. No wonder the Japanese birth rate is below replacement level.

It's like a masquerade ball for losers.

I may be a geek, too, but at least I can flirt without a dorky mask. They probably can also, if they put their minds to it.

Actually, considering I have no idea what mask the woman is wearing, maybe I am not that much of a geek. My knowledge extends only to literature, explosions, and military history.

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