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One time in High School, I was going to a class and humming a tune from a game. One of the bullies called me out on it. His friends then called him out for knowing what it was. We've been friends ever since.
I re-enact battles from the Yu-Gi-Oh TV show with Yu-Gi-Oh cards by myself.
I'm a huge WoW fan, and I've been trying to get in shape recently. When I go to the gym I listen to WoW podcasts. Sometimes people ask me what I'm listening to. I've gone through the trouble of changing all the titles and album art to classic rock and metal albums so I don't have to be ashamed.
I once got sun burned by sitting at my computer too long. It's next to a window.
I spent three months playing FIFA '11s manager mode for the sole purpose of gathering a starting lineup of players with the following surnames (or as close as I could find): Hartnell, Troughton, Pertwee, Baker, Davison, McCoy, McGann, Eccleston, Tennant, and Smith. Team Doctor.
I had a crush on a girl because her hair reminded me of Qui-Gon Jinn's hair from the "first" Star Wars movie.
This week's "You Could Have Just Said You Have Diarrhea" Award goes to
I told my manager I have to go to Manhattan next Tuesday and Wednesday to get a bunch of CAT scans because I might have brain cancer. In reality, I'll be in my basement playing Gears of War 3 for 48 hours straight.
A friend and I build props and costumes in our free time, specifically for DragonCon in Atlanta. This year I built a Portal Gun. I went to the con as an Aperture Scientist. While I was walking around, someone yelled to me to stop. It wasn't unusual. A lot of people ask for pictures. When I turned around, it was Jonathan Coulton. He actually stopped me so he and his friends could check out the gun. I explained how it was made and he signed it. Everyone thinks I tracked him down for an autograph, but it was the other way around.