Award!

NunyaB of Why Sarah Palin Is So Freaking Awesome has honored IMAO with the “Freaking Awesome? You Betcha!” Award.

You ever see that look that nerdy guys get when some totally hot chick asks them what time it is, and their legs start trembling and you can tell they’re wishing that Star Wars was real so that they could use the Jedi Mind Trick on themselves in order to answer the girl’s question in something besides a nervous squeak?

Sarah Palin makes me feel like that ALL THE TIME.


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11 Comments

  1. Me too, and I’m not even nerdy.

    …Okay, that’s a lie. I wrote a 100-page timeline of the Mario series and am wearing a Zelda t-shirt right now. And I have 75 tabs open in Firefox right now. And I understand XKCD more than half of the time.

    Yeah, I’m nerdy. Or geeky. I can’t remember the difference. I think it was that geeky is more about D&D and computers, whereas nerdy is Urkel, just plain weird and socially outcasted.

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  2. “and you can tell they’re wishing that Star Wars was real so that they could use the Jedi Mind Trick on themselves in order to answer the girl’s question in something besides a nervous squeak?”

    Very revealing, Frank. Very revealing.

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