vendredi 2 septembre 2005

It's a sad, sad day

I just took a Nerd/Geek/Dork test that Kelly linked to and my results are making me question if I'm worse of a nerd/geek/dork than I thought. Here are the definitions that the test provided:

A nerd is someone who is passionate about learning / being smart / academia.
A geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one.
A dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations / interactions.

You are Tri-Lamb Material
78% Nerd, 13% Geek, 60% Dork

You scored better than half in Nerd and Dork, earning you the coveted title of: Tri-Lamb Material.

The classic "80's" nerd, you are what most people think of when they think "nerd," largely due to 80's movies like "Revenge of the Nerds" and TV shows like "Head of the Class". You're exceptionally bright and smart, and partly because of that have never quite fit in with your peers or social groups. Perhaps you've realized, or will someday, that it is possible to retain all of the things that you like about being brilliant and still make peace with the social cliques around you. Or maybe you won't - it's really not necessary. As the brothers of Lambda Lambda Lambda discovered, you're fine just the way you are and can take pride in that. I mean, who wants to be like Ogre, right?!

Compared to other people your age and gender, you scored higher than 91% on nerdiness, 8% on geekosity, and 94% on dork points.
Ouch. Who in the world is Ogre?

Update: I redid this test just to see if I could score lower on Dork (I don't think I'm that inept when it comes to social interaction) but my results didn't really change: 86 % Nerd, 26% Geek, 60% Dork

You scored higher than 97% on nerdiness
You scored higher than 29% on geekosity
You scored higher than 95% on dork points

Sigh.

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