Monday, October 3, 2011

True Confessions of a Geek: The First Edition

by Megan S.

IAMSOEXCITED!THISISOURFIRSTEVERTRUECONFESSIONSOFAGEEK!

*Ahem* Let me try that again.

Hello and welcome to our first edition of True Confessions of a Geek, admissions of geeky awesomeness and embarrassment from all around the globe. (Need to get something off your chest or want to proclaim your geekiness to the world? Click here to find out how.

Now, without further ado...








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15 comments:

  1. haha, I am so glad I am not the only one who does the Jedi thing with the sliding doors.

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  2. These are great! I need to do a couple of mine before some other geek beats me to them. :)

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  3. I can't believe they used both of mine, they're so silly! Oh, and I do the sliding doors thing, too, but I'm even older-school: I just say, "Bridge..."

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  4. Nice to know there are others out there like me.

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  5. Sara: W00t! Do it!

    Noise: Thanks!

    Laura: You should make one, too!

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  6. I am so glad I am not the only one who threatens to send people to the cornfield.

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  7. I totally do the Body Snatchers thing.

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  8. I only do the cornfield thing online.

    -- Evil T's Mom

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  9. I thought I could fly until I was thirteen. This was compounded by the weird semi-levitational effect one has just before sleep, which I drew out as long as possible. At one point I asked my parents to install a mirror across from my bed on the wall (I had a loft bed, and this would have been very high up on the wall). I did not ask again, nor did I explain myself when I saw the look they gave me. My husband recently confessed he had the same conviction and tried jumping off several small buildings in his efforts.

    I once read a book that said true-born fairies could kiss their own elbows. I could get close and became convinced I was switched at birth. I REPEATEDLY attempted to get my parents to fess up about my origins, and was very distressed when they wouldn't.

    I now am grateful for the patience of my mother and father.

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  10. I keep trying to click on the email link...but seems to be having trouble on my end or something....

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  11. Amy- both of your stories are hilarious! I hope you do a COG!

    Nara- it's info@stellarfour.com!

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  12. I totally do the Jedi thing with sliding doors (surreptitiously, these days, but I still do it).

    Looking forward to the next installment!

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  13. ahaha, I do that door thing when I'm alone in the elevator here at work xD

    Kaal.

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