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What type of person do you attract?

What type of person do you attract?
Your Result: You attract geeks!

Your stunning intellect and love of sci-fi and video games allures the geeks like nothing else. Maybe it is the sparkle in your eye that makes them want to text you, who knows. Geeks make good partners, but tend to be arguementative. If you are a TRUE geek magnet, you will know if that was spelled correctly, and actually care. If it is a bad-boy/bad-girl you are seeking, you are barking up the wrong tree, unless they are just 'bad' behind a PS2 console.

You attract Yuppies!
You attract artsy people!
You attract unstable people!
You attract models!
You attract rednecks!
What type of person do you attract?
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Ok, Any female geek around?
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Comments

  1. I am definitely not a geek :)
    I attract yuppies!!

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  2. I attract Yuppies!


    btw, question No. 10 is dedicated to Qwaider :P

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  3. My Result: You attract artsy people!

    Lol. Duh.

    (and yes, I don't know how to add!)

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  4. Leilouta,
    then you don't attract me

    Iman,
    you also cannot attract me but your last sentence attracts me BIG TIME! :p

    Roba,
    Weird, this means I'm artsy ?

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  5. Ma tghalbesh 7alak ya khooi ya jad, no geek girls in jordan..
    I attract geeks as well
    Faa lets get out of here!

    ReplyDelete

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