I have nothing to share at the moment for this specific thread, but i'm lurking
Um... have you not heard of Jessica Nigiri, Steam Girl, boot babes, or ever seen pictures from a Comic-con?
<<<< Professional cos-player. This i a cos-player and the CEO of a company that earns revenue through a website featuring cos-players.
Kill urself, my man.
>Don't really do that.
You've never been to the American South then.
Connie Kuroi as Quiet
Yeah same, i was just trying to illustrate the difference. Its why want an amateur thread.
White chicks don't cosplay well. It just doesn't have the right feeling.
White guys can cosplay well, however.
Made me chuckle. Have an internet.
That's not 'geeky,' that's just some girl who bought a Marvel comics shirt off the $10 rack at Kohl's.
I hate it when women do that.
>ooh, I'm so geeky
>look at my glasses and comic book shirt
Fake asses. Bet if you asked them, they couldn't tell you the names of all the heroes on their shirts.
It's not so much the fact that they're buying the shirts, rather, they're pretending to be something they aren't for attention. They made fun of guys like me all our lives for being actual nerds, now, they're pretending to be nerds themselves just to get attention. They're appropriating Geek Culture, and it pisses me off.
Fake ass bitches.
what sorta faggot is that enraged by a tshirt when there a vagina on display?
>Friends come and go, but I remain the same
I'd doubt any girl is vying for your attention guy. Not to make assumptions, but if hey were making fun of you in school, i'd doubt they care one way or another now.
You realize Avenger was one of the biggest movies of all time?
That shits mainstream now... of course she could name them.
for some reason he didn't want us to see her noodz
They'd care now, because they're getting older and want someone who actually has money to support them and their children. Their eggs are drying up, and they're realizing that Chad Thundercock and Tyrone/Man-Man don't really give a shit about them.
Yes, Avengers was a big film, but it existed BEFORE it was adopted into a movie trilogy. I knew that, she (they) didn't, but I highly doubt they'd be able to name *all* of the heroes, their alter-egos, and even the heroes not used.
But again, they are appropriating Geek Culture, and I won't have that.
If it weren't for me, the thread would have died minutes ago.
Fat Asians are the best Asians.
That gives pic-related a run for the money RE: butterface queen.
Dubs of truth.
Seriously though, my high school years would've probably been a lot less me being a lonely virgin if this geek thing took off just a little bit earlier.
Best I can give you is some "Back to Nature" brand Honey Graham sticks.
Jesus.. Her body is so nice.. but her face...
If you care this much about shit that happened to you in school, then no, NOBODY will care enough to try and impress you.
IF they are doing so though, why in the bluest of blue hells are you angered by that?
Nobody simply pretends to like something... they might have some interest in it, enjoy comics, video games (or any other interest) but perpetuate their knowledge base to fit it...
because some child on the internet might give them shit for not being able to name every alter ego.
bu few people are going to walk around in an a batman tshirt unless they genuinely like Batman.
If they were genuinely interested, they wouldn't have to wait until it's "in" before they started wearing such things. What also amazes me, is how so many of them CLAIM to be into anime and comics, but rarely do I see or hear about them engaging in these hobbies.
Ask one of these fake-asses what anime they like, and it's usually
>Attack on Titan
>Sword Art Online
But they've only seen 2-3 episodes of each, if even that.
Rant about it online, and then again irl when the opportunity comes. I'll wear a hero shirt, then quiz women on their shirts when I see them wearing them. I advise other men to do the same.
Daily reminder that Monty Oum is dead and his wife is up for grabs
They both look like men.
You're giving people too much credit.
I can't speak for everyone and their interests, but I did encounter a girl wearing a Ramones t-shirt while walking around. I said something kinda spergy like "Hey, cool Ramones shirt!"
and she blinked at me and then realized what I was talking about and was like "Oh yeah... I don't really know what it means, I just liked the design."
Or what about hipsters who wear those Palestinian keffiyeh scarf things.
That's worse than those weebs who wear clothes with Japanese on them but have no idea what they mean, or Chads/Chadettes with kanji-tattoos.
The first Marvel studio film came 7 years ago.
Sam Raimi's Spider-Man (arguably what kicked off this whole comic book movie thing in a big way) well over a decade ago...
They didn't wait until it was in... they were fucking children when it was breaking.
A 20 year old in a spider-man tshirt was 7 when the first Spider-Man came out.
Bullshit. 20 Years ago, and from then until now, guys like myself were tormented by everyone for genuinely being into comics, anime, games, etc, particularly by the very women (who were then girls) who claim to love that shit now. But, it wasn't until it started coming out as movies that they even began to consider seriously being into comics and such, because as you've said, it's now mainstream. If it weren't, and Kohl's didn't have those shirts going for $7-10 each, those same bitches wouldn't care.
What, keeping to ourselves, playing card games, talking about comics, and wearing our shirts? If that's warrant enough to be treated like shit by the so-called "normalfags," then I can see why a small pocket of us geek-types wind up shooting people.
>Not saying that I would, NSA/FBI/CIA/PBS
Ah now, that's a bit different... nobody in civilized society could see a Avenger tshirt and not know what it means. Give it a few years, when the comic book bubble bursts, then maybe.
This shit does happen wth band tshirts but it aint just girls.Guys are just as bad, particularly with Ramones, Misfits, Zeppelin, Stones, Hendrix, and Pink Floyd Tops.
I went to see Michael Graves a few years ago, who use to front The Misfits. Met him at the bar afterwards and a bunch of twenty somethings came up, all in ramones and misfits gears (he was actually playing in a band with Marky Ramones at the time come to think of it). He say hi and asked them if they enjoyed the show... They said they just walked in and had only seen the poster outside, than asked him who Michael Graves was? He told them he's some guy that used to play in a band called the misfits, and one guy goes "oh yeah i heard of them, they're great" clearly talking out his ass and unaware he was wearing their tshirt.
It would have been really awkward only for Graves made a joke put of it, and said it was a common occurrence with young guys he meets.
The band even has a song about it.
>If that's warrant enough to be treated like shit by the so-called "normalfags," then I can see why a small pocket of us geek-types wind up shooting people.
You still believe people your ass cos you were into geek stuff?
No they kicked cos you were either weak or a sperg.