Damn You SnorgTees

Every time I browse to urbandictionary.com, I have to get a glass of cold water.

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27 responses to “Damn You SnorgTees

  1. I knew a really cute Asian/white girl that had a shirt that read “talk nerdy to me”. Lol. And this girls a BEAST in bed.

  2. i like her coloring. badger, is that what you like, or do you like the nerdy tshirt?

  3. Indeed that deep blue is captivating.

  4. Dude, this is the truth. Every time I see one of those ads it’s like “Zang! Boobies!”

  5. What are these boobies of which you speak?

  6. SayWhaat

    That model probably has no idea what a derivative is.

    *SayWhaat Debbie Downer to the rescue!!* :D

  7. “That model probably has no idea what a derivative is.”

    Somehow I don’t think any of the guys commenting here care. But you make a good point, the more snorgtees you understand the bigger a geek you are.

    All the same, I’d be happy to physically demonstrate a tangent, as defined by her tshirt.

  8. so it’s the message on the tshirt that turns you on?

    the power of words, i guess.

  9. “so it’s the message on the tshirt that turns you on?”

    The message on the shirt turns me on in the same way that women are turned on by acts of niceness…from a man they’re already attracted to ;)

    Seriously though, intelligence is a big turnon for me. Sadly a lot of intelligent women:

    -Were indoctrinated into being ballbusters and being insecure about their “independence” such that they have difficulty being pleasant forming a stable relationship, OR
    -Are uninterested in living an intellectual life outside of school/work and default to mindless partying and trashy gossip magazines as soon as the pantsuit comes off

  10. Maybe its just my age – mid 20’s – but I definitely notice the indoctrination and disinterest develop rapidly after they leave college for the real world and jobs. Or go to grad school. Don’t know why, though I imagine it’s the world not being what feminist view promised the world would be.

    That said, a girl that knows how to flirt geeky…. It cuts through all layers of armor. And by doing so it makes me feel safer doing a cold approach to her. It already demonstrates she has higher values and is more likely to look to the real value of a man instead of what media claims makes a man.

  11. LoaB,

    I think it’s as you say – insecurity that life isn’t turning out to be the rose garden they were promised, and so they develop chips to compensate and sublimate their anger.

    Here is Vox Day musing on female “burnout” among those who feel duped that a “career” isn’t all fun and games:

    http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2011/12/female-flameouts.html

    Notice that it’s the exact same attitude that drives the EPL “I’m not haaapy” divorce. People gotta realize that most of life is fairly boring, and that’s nobody’s fault.

  12. Badger-
    I read thy post, I think I commented on it as well. Great post. Men realize life’s a marathon while women treat it as a quick sprint to a career analogy is great.

    There are words on this woman’s shirt? kthnxbai

  13. Yeah Badger, I loved that post. Since originally reading it the comments have only gotten better, so it was fun to go back to.

    Its hard for me to comment to much on that from first hand experience. The field of Theatre has a high turn over right out of college – either you keep at it or you don’t and those first few years decide. I’ve only seen some of my female STEM friends start the burnout process, and it doesn’t look good for them.

  14. Interesting article on female career burn-out. I did basically the exact opposite. I didn’t work hard in school, had an easy breezy college major, worked throughout college, and taught myself coding and design as I worked. I got some small-time Internet fame (in the Web field) and as a result, got a programming job with a design agency a few months after graduating. Then I got a very nice job with an international non-profit doing Web work. This all happened a few years before the recession, so I was lucky to get a few years of experience under my belt, and now I’m rather employable.

    In college I worked with a lot of people who had been in the working world for many years, and then I worked with a lot of people who were planning for retirement. So I knew from a young age about the realities of the working world, and I didn’t go the high-achievement route.

  15. Geeky T-Shirts = intelligent guy’s kryptonite?

    I mean, I’m pretty sure my fiance is more impressed by my tight superhero graphic t’s, than by my intricate knowledge of comic book-universe continuity.

    “Do you think post-Flashpoint Darkseid is less powerful? I mean, since he no longer has the Anti-Life Equation….”
    “Uh, sure…” *his eyes wander down…*

    That said, a girl that knows how to flirt geeky…. It cuts through all layers of armor. And by doing so it makes me feel safer doing a cold approach to her. It already demonstrates she has higher values and is more likely to look to the real value of a man instead of what media claims makes a man.

    *Actual pick-up line I received in a comic book shop:
    “My comic book collection is alphabetized and bagged in cellophane. If I show you mine, will you show me yours?”

    DC Comic fanboys may be absolute CADs, but that line is pure gold.

    @Badger:

    I replied to your email. You might have to check your spam folder ’cause I use an AOL address and they have the tendency to get sorted into the spam folder.

  16. Candide

    Too bad real life geek T-shirt wearing chicks are often feminist and ugly/fat.

  17. ASF

    Badger, this girl is cute, but Alice is the ultimate geeky snorg tees girl. There is just something about her that makes me slightly crazy.

    http://www.primermagazine.com/2008/love/40-semi-interesting-facts-about-alice-the-snorgtees-girl

  18. deti

    I thought I was the only one who dug this SnorgTees girl.

    This right here:

    “Sadly a lot of intelligent women:

    -Were indoctrinated into being ballbusters and being insecure about their “independence” such that they have difficulty being pleasant forming a stable relationship, OR
    -Are uninterested in living an intellectual life outside of school/work and default to mindless partying and trashy gossip magazines as soon as the pantsuit comes off”

    Yep. This is why I couldn’t find anyone in grad school. Most of the women with me in grad school were looking for even more alpha men than their classmates. And I knew some of the most capable women at work who, after work, turn into mindless party girls with no intellectual curiosity whatsoever. I didn’t realize what a turnoff that was until recently.

  19. Bb

    “Seriously though, intelligence is a big turnon for me.”

    That’s comforting to hear. Gives smart girls hope. ;)

    “That said, a girl that knows how to flirt geeky…. It cuts through all layers of armor. And by doing so it makes me feel safer doing a cold approach to her. It already demonstrates she has higher values and is more likely to look to the real value of a man instead of what media claims makes a man.”

    I noticed this as well. It’s equivalent to laughing at a funny guy’s jokes. If you flirt geeky, geeky guys (and I say this with great affection) let their guard down and relax.

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  21. SayWhaat

    That said, a girl that knows how to flirt geeky…. It cuts through all layers of armor. And by doing so it makes me feel safer doing a cold approach to her. It already demonstrates she has higher values and is more likely to look to the real value of a man instead of what media claims makes a man.

    Just because one is a geek doesn’t automatically mean that one has “higher values”. It doesn’t even mean geek girls have a better ability to look at “the real value of a man” — it just means she’s a part of geek culture, which can be insidious in its own right.

  22. Retrenched

    Nice. She looks like a young Meredith Salenger.

  23. shirtz4nerdz.com

    Love the shade of blue!

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  25. Robert

    Who is the hot Meh girl – brunette, aviator glasses?

  26. Alice Fraasa, Auburn University. She’s on Facebook.

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