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November 3, 2006 5:47 AM   Subscribe

What goes together more than geeks and hawt (ok... some scary), comic-book costumed girls?
(mildly NSFW??)
posted by jpburns (37 comments total)

 
We understand that satisfaction can be hard to come by for the geek. But, we ask, “Would you hit that?
Fuck... youuuuuuu... geeeks....

Seriously, anyone nerdy enough to be looking for girls on that site needs to be thankful for anyone willing to take a chance / pity on them. And I speak as a geek.
posted by anthill at 5:56 AM on November 3, 2006


Chicken and coke?
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 5:58 AM on November 3, 2006


I'd love a chance to discuss your personal outlook and upbringing in life jpburns to discover why a woman dressed in a superman/woman costume strikes you as scary. Is it because she is not coquette-ishly showing you her boobies?
posted by cavalier at 6:06 AM on November 3, 2006


This site does nothing to dispel the idea that geeks are maladjusted, socially-inept losers with no idea of what it's like to interact with a fully-conscious human woman. It might be funny if it wasn't so... pathetic.
posted by bunglin jones at 6:07 AM on November 3, 2006


...but maybe I'm reading this whole thing wrongly(?)
posted by bunglin jones at 6:09 AM on November 3, 2006


All I care about is that I just saw chicken and coke in a blender together. This entire post has been redeemed.
posted by Greg Nog at 6:13 AM on November 3, 2006


"Hawt?"

Some of these women are just models (I recognize one definitely, from somewhere on teh internets) who happen to be wearing costumes / geek-associated wear. So?
posted by Ricky_gr10 at 6:14 AM on November 3, 2006


I'd love a chance to discuss your personal outlook and upbringing in life jpburns to discover why a woman dressed in a superman/woman costume strikes you as scary.

I'm speculating that he was aiming for the bbw klingon duo and mislinked. Scary remains a subjective call in that case, but at least I'd comprehend.

Or maybe he has post-Lavign belly+eyeliner rejection syndrome.
posted by cortex at 6:14 AM on November 3, 2006


I would like to point out that this image does not actually include a dumpster. It's a cargo container. From this angle I can't tell if it's a 20 or 40 footer. </container-fetishist>
posted by slimepuppy at 6:24 AM on November 3, 2006


Heh, slimepuppy, I'm with you on that
. . . this seemed apropos -
"if you like the way my girlfriend fights, you should see her box."
posted by isopraxis at 6:35 AM on November 3, 2006


Some of them are obviously models and/or actresses dressed up for a photo shoot, so meh on them. The genuine geeks, on the other hand... any woman sufficiently nerdy and confident with her body and sexuality as to wear Leia's gold bikini is dead sexy.
posted by Faint of Butt at 6:37 AM on November 3, 2006


I like this kind of stuff because it illustrates how preposterous most superhero costumes are when worn by a real human being. And that's the only reason I like it. The only one.
posted by brain_drain at 6:37 AM on November 3, 2006


"I'd love a chance to discuss your personal outlook and upbringing in life jpburns to discover why a woman dressed in a superman/woman costume strikes you as scary. Is it because she is not coquette-ishly showing you her boobies?"

I just thought that the bathroom setting was kinda low-rent and scary, but, yes, well, the Klingons were pretty scary.

BTW, my use of "hawt" was supposed to be ironic, but I neglected to use the irony tags...
posted by jpburns at 6:38 AM on November 3, 2006


The irony tags were deprecated post 9/11.
posted by drezdn at 6:48 AM on November 3, 2006


Nerds like naked women; film at 11.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 6:49 AM on November 3, 2006


Nice tags

How do I find the flickr pages for these?
posted by If I Had An Anus at 6:56 AM on November 3, 2006


Absurd; the trekkie gal with the martini glass is the cutest, least skanky-looking one in there, and those stupid geeks say "Would you hit that?"?

God, I hate the smug, smarmy, misogynist part of nerd culture.

*Dons Gauntlets of The Wedgie and Helm of Bullying*

Anyone know whose parents' basement they run this thing out of?
posted by Alvy Ampersand at 6:58 AM on November 3, 2006


"Absurd; the trekkie gal with the martini glass is the cutest, least skanky-looking one in there, and those stupid geeks say "Would you hit that?"?

God, I hate the smug, smarmy, misogynist part of nerd culture."


Nerds would rather fuck different people than Alvy Ampersand. Film at 11.
posted by Bugbread at 7:03 AM on November 3, 2006


I put on my robe and wizard hat.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 7:35 AM on November 3, 2006


Beware Yellow Lasers.
posted by elderling at 7:51 AM on November 3, 2006


I get spam from somebody doing roughly the same thing like once a week, wanting a link from my site.

That really, really bugs me. Titties have been popular for years without my linking to them.
posted by beaucoupkevin at 8:07 AM on November 3, 2006


If I Had An Anus writes "How do I find the flickr pages for these?"

There is a link under some of the photos to the source. Container girl for example with a little poking around can be found in this flikr stream. (Warning: some of the rest of the stream is NSFW including the next picture which is displayed in the navigation thumbnail.) There is only the one pic of her though.
posted by Mitheral at 8:28 AM on November 3, 2006


Some blog that is. Go to the "blog home," and all there is are rss dumps of different amazon things, like best selling dvds and SEO crap.
posted by crunchland at 8:42 AM on November 3, 2006


I like how they can't differentiate between actual geek girls who made their costumes and professional porn stars.
posted by wfrgms at 8:57 AM on November 3, 2006


Nerds like naked women; film at 11.

as opposed to all other hetero men?
posted by jonmc at 9:01 AM on November 3, 2006


I want one. Maybe three.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 10:24 AM on November 3, 2006


mrow
posted by scarabic at 11:09 AM on November 3, 2006


Hey, lots of these girls like to dress up and have fun. I find em pretty hot just for the attitude alone, and lots are pleasant to look at too. And that includes the "real" geeks, not just the model looking ones.

I give you that geek likes might be different then what some of you like, but I have to say that a few comments could only be described as being extremely rude. Just because you aren't attracted isn't just cause to be nasty about it.
posted by Bovine Love at 12:45 PM on November 3, 2006


Actually, "container girl" is Alisa of AlisaChan and AlisaKiss (warning: NSFW). She is a regular at Dragon*Con.
posted by fings at 1:33 PM on November 3, 2006


I sort of rolled my eyes when I clicked the link and then I got a boner. Nice post.
posted by squidfartz at 1:57 PM on November 3, 2006


Absurd; the trekkie gal with the martini glass is the cutest, least skanky-looking one in there, and those stupid geeks say "Would you hit that?"?

God, I hate the smug, smarmy, misogynist part of nerd culture.


Nah, I think the reason for that reaction is that she appears to be completely shitfaced, and male nerds are way too self-conscious to try to seduce anybody who isn't intoxicated near unconsciousness...
posted by Skeptic at 5:20 PM on November 3, 2006


the trekkie gal with the martini glass

That is NOT regulation Starfleet attire!

Though it is disturbingly close.
posted by Mr.Encyclopedia at 8:46 AM on November 4, 2006


"Chicken and coke?"

Holy shit. Post redemption was not even called-for, really. And yet, we get this amazing link. Now if you'll excuse me, I have a blender to buy.
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 11:42 AM on November 4, 2006


The Great Big Mulp : "Chicken and coke?"

I think that has been the first advertisement this year that has actually made me want to buy the product advertised. That whole site is awesome.
posted by Bugbread at 12:12 PM on November 4, 2006


The Great Big Mulp rules and redeems!

Actual post: I have the feeling I've seen this somewhere before. Maybe not MetaFilter, though, since I don't find it in any likely searches. I just know I've seen people fighting about whether it's sexist to objectify the woman with the Vulcan ears, or whether she's hot or cute or what.
posted by cgc373 at 2:18 PM on November 4, 2006


I can only be credited with the timing, thank rxrfrx for the link.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 5:02 PM on November 4, 2006


I do thank rxrfrx for the link, I do so now, and heartily. Blending makes everything better.
posted by cgc373 at 10:16 PM on November 4, 2006


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