June 30, 2011

To his teenage brother...

25 comments:

  1. Makes me wish I had an older brother.

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  2. HOW IS THIS MAN WRONG?!?! *sobs into his own flabby chin*

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  3. Crackin' eggs! Life lessons!

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  4. You know, in my mind it would be different if he was an "alpha." I mean I don't know how accurate your drawing is but he doesn't come off as a ladies man.

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  5. Harsh, but my own experience would seem to bear out the veracity of his statement.

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  6. I'm a chick. I wanna bang some geek. #FAIL!

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  7. Thanks for the advice, Biff Tannen.

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  8. Yeah, because a pudgy guy with a tribal tattoo and a dirty (one would assume) Bud Light tee shirt would really know how to impress the ladies.

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  9. My experience is that this is bull. Sure, sorority chicks don't wanna get with a geek, but they're not usually the most fun to be with anyway. There are PLENTY of geeky chicks in college who like a good time, as well as ones who are willing to quit being of a cliquey high school mindset and give a geek a chance. Way more than there are in high school. All I know is, I got more than my share in college and I'm not exactly what you'd call svelte. Indeed, at the time I was scrawny and long-haired. Now I'm overweight and bearded...but married.

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  10. I don't know if we can take his drawings as accurate. Also chick who wants to bang some geek, I've got a 12 pack of Steel Reserve if you've got the time.

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  11. this guy obviously never went to art school...

    except when he was visiting their campus to beat up the geeks in a failed attempt to try and suppress his own homosexual tendencies and self loathing.

    at which point the mangled geek would then find comfort in the buxum busom of some BBW goth chick.

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  12. And yet, that meathead will either end up working for a geek after college, or taking his order at Burger King.

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  13. That's funny because my wife is as much of a Comic Geek as I am

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  14. Shit really? I'd better tell my partner. Does that mean I have to stop "banging" him until he stops reading the comics? ... Does that mean he has to stop "banging" me until I stop reading comics too?? Or do female geeks not exist in this man's tiny brain?

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  15. PLEASE tell me the Big Light shirt was actually being worn by this guy. If nothing else, I need to know that someone with that for an opinion is someone who thinks advertising they drink Bud Light is something to be proud of.

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  16. I'm 24, I read comics, play video games, and am by all means a huge nerd. My last girlfriend was a cheerleader. How do I fit into this equation?

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  17. I went home with my college boyfriend the first time we met partially because he was the head of the comic book club.

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  18. In my experience, women got a whole lot MORE accepting of my geekiness once I got to college.

    Of course, I just dated geek women for the most part (and married one).

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  19. What Sarah said.

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  20. This past weekend, I had a girl come over, look around my apartment, notice my Original Team X-Men Poster, the Shang-Chi and Dr. Strange glasses on the nightstand, and the Avengers towel in the bathroom, and say, "Oh you're a geek aren't you?" Trust me, disagreed with the guy in this comic.

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  21. Pfft, says you, man! As soon as chicks saw my comic collection, they dropped trou so hard, their panties left a hole in the floor.

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  22. Am I the only one who finds his attempt at giving life tips to his younger brother, as misguided as it was, kind of sweet? xD

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  23. ZombiWorkshop7/01/2011 4:40 AM

    I appear to be the exception to this rule. I own a stupid amount of comics, toys, etc - and well, had LOTS of fun growing up. :P - Whilst it's true, if you blurt out "Yo, wanna see my Stan Lee signature?", you're not gonna be on anyones 2am list - but just cos you're a geek, doesn't mean you have to ACT like one. :D

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  24. Lies. As a female, I can safely state that your comic-reading is fine; it's personality, habits and physique that is sought. In other words, if you're a complete arsehole who drools over everything and is the size of a manatee, you're screwed.

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  25. Wrong. Guys who like comics are the most bangable.

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