Geeks are sexy. Bang one.

Tuesday, 16 October, Year 4 d.Tr. | Author: Mircea Popescu

Hey, remember Maddox ?i

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Yeah, so I guess geeks are sexy now, because when I think "geek," I think of a supermodel sitting seductively on the lip of her chair, wearing red heels, a skirt hiked up her thighs and a hot red shirt. What a fucking nerd! Get a life, loser! And just like every geek I've ever known, she has her Macbook (hah!) perched precariously on her lap, fingers staunchly on the FKEYS—where most people do their serious computing:

Well someone forgot to give the "nerds-are-sexy" memo to my friends, because most of them are nerds and none of them are getting laid. Here's a quick rule of thumb: if you don't have to make an effort to get laid, you're not a nerd. Yes, that means the more attractive you are, the less right you have to call yourself a nerd. I know there are some exceptions, and I know some "real" nerds who are hot, but they're practically mythical. That's why it's called a "quick rule of thumb," so you suck-ass crybabies can spare me your suck-ass crying.

The model above looks like she has the choice to have lots of sex. She's probably not a nerd. Not fair? Well neither is being born attractive. Let the nerds have something. Not everyone was born with good looks or enough power & wealth to compensate. Stay out of nerd territory unless you know what you're doing. Being a nerd is a byproduct of losing yourself in what you do, often at the expense of friends, family and hygiene. Until or unless you've paid your dues, you aren't welcome. Being a nerd isn't graceful or glorious. It's a life born out of obsessive dedication to a craft, discipline or collecting some stupid shit that only you care about.

If you think geeks are so sexy or cool, bang one.

The truth of the matter is that from my own rather limited perspective, geeks actually are sexy, quite literally.

Firstly, I don't entertain sexual relationships of any kind with men. This rules out the larger contingent of geeks by headcount, but it has much more important effects on the populational averages. In any eccentric endeavour whatsoever, men will be further outlying than women, statistically. For instance in the Wild West (an outlier as far as the rule of law is concerned) men scored on average more kills than women (an activity specifically out...lawy). For another instance, in the geek world women wash on average significantly more than men do (even if we exclude Stallman). Therefore, by limiting myself to geek females I'm really not getting hit with the full brunt of geek misery.

Secondly, I don't entertain sexual relationships outside of a clear and usually explicitly given submission-domination hierarchy. Geeky women make much better subbies than average women for structural reasons, and this makes them sexy to me just like... I dunno, just like a nymphomaniac is sexy to the average trucker I guess.

Thirdly, as explained for instance here among other places on this blog, slavery is a sort of endeavour that takes a lot of time, a lot of dedication and quite the will. The fact that geeky chicks tend to be above average in dedication and will makes them sexy to me exactly the way big tits or round asses make the average stripper sexy to the average punter, or whatever.

And so... geeks actually are sexy. Obviously not all of them and not to everyone, but hey. It's a wide world out here.

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3 Responses

  1. Your picture is rather representative of proletariat slavs, especially left(sportswear). But yeah, 'geeks' as in weird.

  2. well this blog became a dump...

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    Mircea Popescu 
    Saturday, 27 October 2012

    Door's that way --->

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