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What does the phrase "GG NOOB" mean?

What does the phrase "GG NOOB" mean?

Good Game Newbie (newb, noob, or n00b) is a slang term for a novice or newcomer, or somebody inexperienced in a profession or activity. Contemporary use can particularly refer to a beginner or new user of computers, often concerning Internet activity, such as online gaming or Linux use. Depending on the context and spelling variant used, the term can have derogatory connotations (and be used as a term of abuse in internet-based games)—but is also often used for descriptive purposes only, without any value judgment. The origin of this term is uncertain. Earliest uses probably date to late twentieth century United States Armed Forces jargon, though possible precursor terms are much earlier. Variant forms of the noun...

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20 Smart and Funny Examples of the Nerd Meme

20 Smart and Funny Examples of the Nerd Meme

Nerds of the world, rejoice! There has never been a better time in human history to call yourself a nerd. Sure, you may have had to spend your adolescence getting picked on or even bullied for your nerdy tendencies, but once you get past those awkward teen years society grants you more opportunities than ever to succeed in areas populated by intellectuals. From computer technology to biochemical engineering, the 21st century is a much better time to be a nerd than ever before. Since it's always important to stay humble and learn to laugh at ourselves, let's embrace our true nature with some funny memes about the fine art of being nerdy.

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10 Hilariously Nerdy Pick-Up Lines

10 Hilariously Nerdy Pick-Up Lines

Just because you're a Trekkie or can name every township in Middle Earth doesn't mean you don't need a little something to make that hot muggle across the bar (or at the next booth over at Comicon) laugh. Here are 10 pick-up lines that'll give you a shot to, ahem, Slytherin to bed with someone.

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White & Nerdy - "Weird Al" Yankovic

White & Nerdy - "Weird Al" Yankovic

This song was Yankovic's first Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hit, which peaked at #9. It was certified platinum by the RIAA, the first Yankovic single to achieve this feat.

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