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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Youtub: Comic Con 2008

Ah Comic Con the only weekend in San Diego where there are more hot bloggers than hot bodies, more peter pans than those that tan, and of course variety size Princess Leas in gold bikinis. There is something both disturbing and noble about a thirty five year old man dressed up as Spock. Disturbing in that he refuses to let his childhood idle die when he is a grown man. Noble in that he refuses to let his childhood idle die when he is a grown man.

Comic Con is a second Halloween where adults can be kids. These adults which I will refer to as basementers, as they usually reside in basements building their sci-fi and anime collections, make huge sacrifices to worship their heroes. Sunlight? No way. Monitor light is all they need. Money? Spent it all on a Dragon Ball Z Goku limited edition card. Reproducing? Unlikely, unless the perfect comic, anime, sci-fi loving gal or guy of their dreams strides into the Comic Con Convention center room. However when two Comic Con goers of the opposite sex meet and sparks/emoticons fly, get out of the way. When they finally get those costumes off the passion from the couple could be radioactive, and you might accidentally become the next superhero... or die. It truly is dangerous when light sabers and Green Females are flung around aimlessly hollering Klingon battle cries.

I didn't get tickets this year to Comic Con 2008 because I'm saving for a World of Warcraft upgrade. Everybody has a little nerd in them, would you like a little more lol lol lol rofl jk jk jk super jk


Regretful Morning said...

I'd pay a good lump of cash to have intercourse with a Twilec.

Instead of cuddling aftwards I'd guzzle some Jawa beer and dominate her at Knights of the Old Republic.

ssgreylord said...

Okay, what a total education in a new world. I felt like you were speaking Japanese. But I loved it. Was wondering if you were talking from experience of those comic anime sparks flying?

Kimmyl said...

I am not sure what if funnier, the post or regretful morning. Though I can't wait for the report from WoW.

Kimmylyn said...

Yep, that was my comment I just sent over without my name.

GetSmartGal said...

I gotta agree with Kimmyl, the post is funny but Jason man where do you come up with this stuff?

You sound like a nerd baller, Twilec, Jawa Beer, and the Knights of the Old Republic? :)

BTW I have been to Comic-Con twice.

Sogeshirtsguy said...

That was pretty funny. Plus one dungeons and dragons points for comedy. My comedy elf suffered a negative one impotence spell for being upstaged by regretful. I got to find me a Twilec house to cheer me up.

Martin Miller-Yianni said...

Unique in a nutshell!


I was laughing and almost choked on a blueberry! This is great and I love the princess lea comment. Truly one of your best and it adds a whole new perspective to my life in the sci fi corner!!! Loved it!

myktoronto said...

Ok...fess up Tim! You seem to know an awful lot about these people. You're not a closet Ferengi are you?

Sue said...

Funny post Tim. Also your blog layout looks great! Have a nice weekend :)

Momo Fali said...

Hmmm...I'm trying to figure out my inner nerd tendancies. I do wear glasses, and I like to read. Is that enough? Or must I be into sci-fi as well? In order to fit in with the other nerds (though isn't that, in fact, a contradiction?) I will do whatever it takes.

Disturbed Stranger said...

You're hilarious!
This post left me laughing for a while I had to share it with friends ;)
You really do lift my spirit!