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    Nope, nerd.

    I did get the same results as you. I am very physically coordinated and nerdy...strange combo...but i enjoy both physical and knowledge. I work at remodeling houses as a side project and am a computer programmer as my job.
    Im out, its been fun

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    You are a bit of a dork

    You aren't a total dork, and in fact, your dorkiness may be invisible to the outside world.
    You have a few dorky habits, and you're okay with that. You're happy being you.

    You are probably a bit of an introvert and an intellectual. You don't go along with what the crowd is doing.
    You sometimes you feel like you don't belong in any one group, but you're pretty content to hang by yourself.
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    You are a bit of a dork

    You aren't a total dork, and in fact, your dorkiness may be invisible to the outside world.
    You have a few dorky habits, and you're okay with that. You're happy being you.

    You are probably a bit of an introvert and an intellectual. You don't go along with what the crowd is doing.
    You sometimes you feel like you don't belong in any one group, but you're pretty content to hang by yourself.

    I always thought of dorks as Napoleon Dynamite types. Not particularly bright or gifted in anything, but still characterized by an obsessive interest in off-kilter or less mainstream topics and hobbies. Tend to be socially inept and their interests and hobbies might get them lumped in with nerds and geeks.

    I think of Nerds as Bill Gates/Mark Zuckerberg types, extremely intelligent and good at translating their understanding of abstract pursuits into a profitable or rewarding career/lifestyle. Is also likely interested in less mainstream, or less accessible interests and hobbies. Still may not be social butterflies, but often smart enough to adapt or learn to be sociable enough to survive and prosper in the world.

    I think of Geeks as smarter versions of dorks, but not quite on a level with Nerds. This is the category I see myself falling into.

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    A bit of a Dork. It's one of my hidden facets.
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    You Are a Total Dork



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    You already knew you were a dork, and you're probably proud of it. You are fiercely one of a kind.
    You have plenty of nerdy habits and geeky interests, and you aren't in a rush to change them.

    People may tease you for living outside the mainstream, but you don't mind.
    If anything, you feel sorry for normal people. They're missing out on the best parts of life.
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    You are a bit of a dork

    You aren't a total dork, and in fact, your dorkiness may be invisible to the outside world.
    You have a few dorky habits, and you're okay with that. You're happy being you.

    You are probably a bit of an introvert and an intellectual. You don't go along with what the crowd is doing.
    You sometimes you feel like you don't belong in any one group, but you're pretty content to hang by yourself.

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    a bit of a dork



    I keep telling people I'm normal
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    A bit of a dork

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    Man this test is so wrong. I got dork which isn't me at all. So I press 'back' and changed all the options I voted for but still got dork.

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