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On Being Nerdy: Guest Appearance by My Girlfriend
Her: [playing Super Mario 3] Does it bother you that I'm not as nerdy as you?
Me: What do you mean? You're playing old video games with me.
Her: I know. But I am not as nerdy as you. I haven't read certain comic books you like, and I haven't seen all the TV shows you like.
Me: That's true. But there's a difference between not being into that stuff, and just having not seen or read it.
Her: That's true.
Me: For instance, there's a difference between you refusing to watch "Battlestar Galactica," and having simply not seen it yet. At least you're willing to let me expose you to it, and watch it with me. I love that.
Her: But what if I don't like "Battlestar Galactica?"
Me: Not possible.
Second City Employee Confesses Rape To UCB Comedy... →
popculturebrain: Very rarely do I post something this serious minded but it’s extremely important that it be read by as many people as possible. Also that it came from the presumably forward thinking alternative comedy community is especially of note. Below are excerpts from the original post by Poupak Sepehri, audience member at the closing Asssscat of the recent UCB Del Close Marathon in...
Being An Adult Doesn't Really Suck That Much
Some people think that the mid-20’s growing-up phase is super difficult and that the introduction of responsibilities and financial burdens, in general, sucks. I disagree! There are plenty of reasons being a “responsible” adult totally rocks. Being employed is pretty cool. One of the big reasons people get bummed out about being an adult is that now there are all these...
HBO sets 'The Life and Times of Tim' and 'Angry... →
popculturebrain: NATHAN! This is awesome, except: Hasn’t anybody who would really be into Angry Boys probably downloaded and seen it already?
How I Insulted a Blogger, Then Asked Him For a Job →
I made a writey-write on Thought Catalog.
Episode 4 - Pulp Fiction
moviemandates: In which Jaime is introduced to “The Pulp Fiction” (from the director of “The Reservoir Dogs”), and Ryan becomes Six Degrees champion with the help of an unlikely movie.