alicia (fuzzdecay) wrote,
alicia
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The Deviant Geek
You answered 74% of the questions as a geek truly would.

You're a geek and you know it. You've got all sorts of fringe hobbies and socially unacceptable tendencies. Chances are, whenever possible, you hate to be grouped with other people and sometimes go out of your way just to be different.
You're smart too. You're more willing to depend on your own brainpower to solve problems, instead of relying on others to pull you through life. You probably read a lot, and generally enjoy learning new things.

So what's it all mean? You may be considered by some to be uncool, but you probably don't care either. In social situations you may be either slightly passive or slightly loud (geeks always fall into the extremes). In a nutshell, you answered enough questions correctly supporting a geek philosophy to be considered a more potent geek than 60% of the population.


Test statistics:
Compared to users who took the test and are female and in your age group:
100% had lower geekness scores.
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With respect to geekness, users aged 35 to 39 scored highest.
With respect to geekness, users aged 25 to 29 scored lowest.


http://www.okcupid.com/tests/take?testid=8886732244086124397



last night i stayed up until the early morning discussing which fruits and vegetables would wear glasses to correct their vision and which would wear contacts. we did this for at least 20 mins. it was quite sad.

then shawn came up with the idea for the emo artichoke, and i feel a need to draw it. the quote i have to go on is "dip my heart in garlic butter". the emo artichoke is how we came to the conversation about vegetable glasses. i think i should make tiny plastic emo glasses and randomly place them on the produce in kroger.
Tags: boyfriends past and present, geekery
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