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Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by Commander-DWH, Aug 26, 2004.

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  1. Commander-DWH

    Commander-DWH Manager Emeritus star 4

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    TO THE DORK SIDE!!

    I also posted this on the Jedi Knights of Cleveland board, but I think y'all will appreciate the humour, too.

    http://strimmer.no-ip.com/yappa-ng/show.php?size=640x640&album_name=%2Fobies%2Flisa%2F&obj_name=DSCF0282.JPG

    I found this t-shirt in Elyria, OH today, and I just couldn't resist. It was in a Dave & Barry's University Sportswear store, of all places. But it is super-awesome nonetheless. :D
     
  2. BultarSwan

    BultarSwan Founder: Grand Rapids, MI FF star 10

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    Wait a minute...are you saying the Lightside is the Dorkside?! :eek:
     
  3. Commander-DWH

    Commander-DWH Manager Emeritus star 4

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    Heck yeah. I'm a huge Star Wars dork, and darn proud of it! I also happen to be on the Jedi side of things. :D

    Not to say the dark side can't be dorky... but there's definitely more irony for the light side for the t-shirt.
     
  4. BultarSwan

    BultarSwan Founder: Grand Rapids, MI FF star 10

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    What is your definition of dork? :p
     
  5. Jaareth

    Jaareth Jedi Youngling star 1

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    heh....the actual definition of a dork ..i think its a brit or canadian term....is its a whales ****** *grin*
     
  6. Commander-DWH

    Commander-DWH Manager Emeritus star 4

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    Well, yes, that's one definition for it.

    However, the Oxford definition for it is "a dull, slow-witted or oafish person." Not really the way it's used today, it's generally used interchangeably with geek.

    Isn't it wonderful what we do to completley mess with language?
     
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