Monthly Archives: May 2011
The following tweet from comedian, @DanaJGould makes you laugh: “The title ‘Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman’ doesn’t really promise a ton of action. ‘Oh my God. They’re gonna meet!'”
Your Facebook page includes quotes from Robert E. Howard, Albert Einstein, Frank Herbert, and George Carlin.
You once had to break up with someone, partly due to your extreme allergy to their pets.
You decide to take revenge on someone who insists on talking about historical facts during a war movie, rather than focusing on actually watching the film, by repeatedly interrupting them with the question, “Hey, is that Bob Crane?”
You had a lucid dream, which you controlled through a graphical user interface (GUI) that you conjured up during the dream.
Whenever you think of Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, this scene from the film The Cable Guy comes to mind.
You wish that Facebook would allow users to “Check-In” at hypothetical locations, as you would love nothing more than to post, “Drinking with a Krogan and a Turian on the Citadel.”
Not to forget Tron over Mass Effect, you would also wish to post, “Greetings, programs… heading on over to the End of Line Club.”
Watching this video on physics, as found in the new My Little Pony cartoon, causes great amusement. You are impressed by its shear cleverness, as well.
You view eating lunch at a Thai food restaurant as a prelude celebration of the impending Hangover 2 release.
Upon hearing someone refer to Tron Legacy as essentially nothing more than a 90 minute Daft Punk music video, part of you wanted to slap them with a glove across their cheek and challenge them to a Victorian duel at ten paces, using water balloons.
Every time you see Peter Facinelli’s character, Dr. Fitch Cooper, on the Showtime original series Nurse Jackie, you keep thinking to yourself, “This is what it would’ve been like if Bill Blazejowski had decided to go to medical school.”
* NOTE: Bill Blazejowski is Michael Keaton’s character from the 1982 Ron Howard movie, Night Shift. (If you knew this fact beforehand, and are under the age of 50, you can count this as an additional method for “how to tell you’re a nerd”).
While standing in line at a grocery store, you suddenly realize that you’re performing small dance moves absentmindedly because a muzak version of Walk Don’t Run by the Ventures is playing in the store, and your body seems to automatically respond to 1960s surf music (even though you’re only in your late 20s).
You’ve used the word “nerd-gasm” to describe your enthusiasm regarding historical documents.
Upon adding a Bill Hicks stand-up performance to your Netflix Instant Queue, you become extremely offended that Netflix would dare suggest that a Jamie Kennedy DVD was “similar” to Bill Hicks in any way.
This instantly became one of your favorite songs, upon first hearing it.
The first two words in the following television guide description for a showing of the film version of Mortal Kombat cause you to burst out laughing: “Smart Earthlings must win a martial-arts battle in another dimension or see their world enslaved.”
Chances are, if you’re writing a science fiction story about alien invaders that rely on ripping out human brains to power their technology, you are a moron. Yes, writers of the film Skyline, this is directed at you, specifically.
You reward yourself for finishing a graduate school assignment ahead of schedule by staying up all night, playing Mass Effect 2 for the second time, taking advantage of all of the extra missions you downloaded after beating the game the first time around.
You find it tragic that Syfy is taking Stargate Universe off of the air, while having the audacity to try and bolster the detritus that is Sanctuary.