Science and sci-fi geeks come out of the government closet!
10. I wish I was your derivative so I could lie tangent to your curves. (In calculus, a derivative is tangent -- meaning it brushes up against -- a curve.)
9. Mind if I put a Trojan on your hard drive? (A Trojan is malware that appears to form a legitimate function on your computer, but actually facilitates unauthorized access to your system. You would mind.)
8. You had me at Halo. (Halo is popular video game with those who don't have a traditional set of social skills.)
7. Is it ok if I ascii you out? (ASCII is a coding standard which allows computers to talk to each other.)
6. By looking at you I can tell you're 36-25-36, which by the way are all perfect squares. (Fourth-grade math joke)
5. I wish I was DNA Helicase so I can unzip ur genes, (Helicase is the enzyme responsible for unzipping the double-helix structure of the DNA that makes up your genes.)
4. Baby, I love you so much that if Joss Whedon were writing our romance one of us would be dead by now. (Joss Whedon is a writer/director who has a history of killing off love interests in his sci-fi/fantasy-based TV dramas like "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.")
3. If I FlickR your YOUTUBE, will you Twitter my Yahoo? (Geeks also like crude puns.)
2. Roses are #FF0000, Violets are #0000FF, All my base are belong to you. (#FF000 and #0000FF are the HTML codes for red and blue respectively. The rest is from an Internet meme involving Japanese Engrish.)
1. My name's Vista. Can I crash at your place tonight? (Microsoft's operating system has a reputation for being unstable.)
That was funn, particualy "Roses are #FF0000, Violets are #0000FF, All my base are belong to you."
There are websites for Engrish. No offense to anyone as Americans also get things wrong. I find Engrish opens up how other people look at language.
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