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I found this Nerd Test via Bag. says I'm an Uber Cool Nerd.  What are you?  Click here!

Uber Cool Nerd? Yeah, that'll do...


Bag said…

I feel so depressed now.
James said…
From this time forward, you'll hold the title:
Mega-Dorky High Nerd

Angry Steve said…
I'm a Highly Dorky Nerd King.

i think I preferred the simple nerd test which proclaimed that I am a Nerd God.

Oh well, back to playing with my BBC Model B.
Alastair said…
Ha, Uber cool nerd god.
David said…
I was a Nerd God in the first one. In this one I scored 99, 95, 60, 94, 3. I says I am an Uber Cool Nerd God, which is hard to argue with, although I prefer to be thought of as PARTY NERD!!

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