geekiness


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geekiness

(ˈɡiːkɪnəs)
n
the state or quality of being geeky
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Known collectively as the Beanbag Boys, for reasons that aren't ever fully explained, but that surely have something to do with baked-in geekiness, they're mostly social outcasts at school with the exception of Max, who somehow manages to snag an invitation to a kissing party at the home of the school's most effortlessly cool rugrat rebel, a little James Dean-in-training named Soren (Izaac Wang).
While she warmed (a bit), over lunch, to the man "with a big smile and a whiff of geekiness," the future Mrs.
A big part of what made the novel so successful was the sheer amount of pop culture geekiness Cline had equipped it with.
They kept chanting "Once more, once more." He interacted with the audience by recording a video to show his friend, the show's creator Michael Hirst, making the audience scream "Thank you, Michael!" Geekiness was in the air.
That means sharing her wine "geekiness" with employees so that they can speak intimately with guests about remote regions and hyper-trendy styles.
Justice League works in a straightforward way, seasoned rather than defined by its gloomy superheroes; it feels like it might've been made 30 years ago, before the current Golden Age of Geekiness.
I've met everyone," he replied before his Star Wars geekiness kicked in that made him yell, "Oh, Harrison Ford!"
Shapovalov comes across differently in the interview room, where he is bashful to the point of geekiness, and humble for a man whose stock is soaring.
"I owe much of my geekiness to the friends I had while growing up.
I won't bore you with geekiness but I'll simply say I'd love to sip this gently sparkling fresh white wine in the garden and enjoy its pretty citrus summer vibe.