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When I was little, I used to go to a friend's house to play co-op Who Framed Roger Rabbit for NES. The problem is, Who Framed Roger Rabbit didn't have co-op. It turned out my friend always gave me an unplugged 2nd controller and made me think I was playing as Roger. I was young enough at the time that I couldn't tell it wasn't me making Roger move. We still played games after I found out, but I always checked the controllers first.
I am an Officer in the United States Navy, and my ultimate career goal is to become so well-known and honored that I can name a ship. Instead of them naming a ship after me, I would have them name it the USS Pillar of Autumn.
Pottermore sorted me into Ravenclaw. That was my main motivation to study during the holidays, to the point that I finished every textbook and several exam papers, all of which I aced.
I have recently gotten really into Skyrim but am on the go a lot for work. So when I need a fix, I pull up Scribblenauts Remix on my iPhone and re-enact my favorite moments.
The runner-up for this week's "Hey, This Is Probably Not a Healthy Way To Deal With Your Significant Other " award is
My first real fight with my boyfriend was over him not leaving me his key when he went to visit his family for a week. The only reason I needed the key was to play my own save of Arkham Asylum on his Xbox. As revenge I watched seasons 4 and 5 of Babylon 5 without him and threatened to spoil the series for him.
And the winner of this week's "Hey, This Is Probably Not a Healthy Way To Deal With Your Significant Other " award is
I am a huge Tolkien fan, and one day while in my car with my girlfriend, I was talking about my growing out my facial hair when I jokingly said, "One of these days I'm going to have a long flowing beard like Gandalf." She responded with the most confused look on her face saying "Gandalf? Like from Harry Potter?" I absolutely died inside and made her pull over so I could get out of the car and walked the rest of the way. I have yet to see her since.