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Hi then peeps...

2 years ago

Yeah, someone once said you can't be a geek and a nerd at the same time, don't ask me why, cuz idk ,but here's some proof against a dumb statement:

ME ??

Hi then peeps...

2 years ago
That is a preposterous statement. Welcome to the site ^_^

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2 years ago
Welcome to the site. I do hope you enjoy your stay here.

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2 years ago

Nice username, matey. 

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2 years ago
Sounds like a good premise for a quiz game. Are you a geek or a nerd?

Hi then peeps...

2 years ago

Half 'n half ??

Hi then peeps...

2 years ago

:) Welcome! I understand that there’s some sort of debate on the internet on what the meanings of geek and nerd are. I believe everyone is unique, but I suppose people like to describe what “group” their traits lean towards. And I know people change over time, even at different times of the day. They can become very nerdy after a good night rest, and very geeky when they are tired. Depending on the definition of geek and nerd, you could have traits of both at the same time sometimes.

P.S. There are some awesome stories and games on this site, I will use copy and paste to recommend to you what I recommend to others:

I especially recommend the works by BerkaZerka, Ogre11, and EbonVasilis. So far I have only been able to read some of each of their impressive works in the limited time I am here. I suspect all their works are awesome!

BerkaZerka’s Dead Man Walking (Zombie Survival) is extremely well written [I managed to get the best possible ending!] and kept my eyes glued to the phone I use (though it does have violence/gore and some language), he has also got great puzzles and games (Some of which I have still not completed. They’re awesome!). Ogre11’s awesome works I have read/played so far include: Spy Mission (You gotta see the different endings), Cryogenic Failure (Again, you gotta see the different endings), UFO at School, Alien Abduction, Finding the Muse. Of EbonVasilis’s works, so far I have read his epic A Chosen Hero (I’ve got to read more of his works!). I have also played cMitchell3’s Get out Alive, read Will11’s true story Climbing Beyond The Clouds, read MinnieKing’s inspirational message Addition, and read the short mouse hero story by pinkalily21, Alone in the Forest. There are great writers and future great writers to be found on this site.

Whether you like to write, read, or both, I hope you have an awesome time on the site!