Geeks vs Nerds vs Dorks

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10 Responses to Geeks vs Nerds vs Dorks

  1. Nerds are no more academically inclined than geeks.  The difference between the two is that geeks are more socially adept than nerds.  A dork is someone who is as socially inept as a nerd, but without the nerd/geek intelligence.

  2. Nerds are no more academically inclined than geeks.  The difference between the two is that geeks are more socially adept than nerds.  A dork is someone who is as socially inept as a nerd, but without the nerd/geek intelligence.

  3. I disagree, I believe Nerdish-ness is defined by a passion for nerdy things whereas geekyness can be revealed as academic accomplishment

    As much as I love the Geeks Are Sexy community, the Nerdfighteria community holds a larger portion of my heart.
    (http://www.youtube.com/user/vlogbrothers)

    You can always ignore the definitions to join us all together as people who tend to have more balanced points of view(s?) and care more about stuff.

    • Believe what you want, that doesn't change the facts. You, my freunden, have fallen into the stereotypical "Christian logic trap", whereby people believe things that fly in the face of all evidence and cannot be swayed by logic, facts, or reality biting them on the posterior. The only known cure is a healthy overdose of M.A.S.H. followed by a 4-hour discussion on the increasing trend of young ignorant people trying to change definitions of words and terms because they believe their own personal ideas are far more important than those of anybody else.

      Oops… I mean "cartoon funny… hurr hurr hurr".

      • Young people have always changed the definitions of words, that is how language evolves. The evolution of language is a good thing, and when the definitions of words are changed in an official capacity it is because more people believe that the 'new' definition of this hypothetical word is more adept at describing the word in the context which it would now more frequently be used in.

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