I don’t know. I had an ex a long time ago who was into Star Trek. They’re the sneakiest kind. And his mum used to check the mileage on his car every day to make sure he wasn’t driving out of town. He was 21.
I’m cleaning my monitor because Anthony’s last comment made me spit my drink out in laughter. He’s like a dog (canine, not trying to emulate Michael here) that you love because he’s so pathetic but you don’t actually want him in your house.
I agree with the obvious lady posters, he would treat me good. I would treat him very, very badly.
Aww, Jonas, do you self-define as not-cute? Else why the bitterness?
For the record, dating non-cute boys is fun. When you tell your girl friends enough times that a boy is cute, they will inevitably also find themselves attracted to that not-cute boy. Just one of many helpful hints on how to amuse yourself in a bar when the company just isn’t cutting it.
As a female and a Trekker, I feel qualified to say that Anthony is the kind of boy I’d want to date. Obviously, I feel this way because we have Star Trek in common, but I also feel this way because, even from the small amount of exposure I’ve had to his personality, he seems like a sweet guy.
However, Michael just reminds me of all the guys and girls I know who ridicule me. In short, Anthony FTW; Michael is a jerk.
And anyone that thinks Star Trek’s 50th anniversary has happened yet isn’t even trying. Star Trek’s 40th anniversary happened in 2006 (1966-2006) (I have the commemorative shirt).
I would say Anthony won me over with cupcakes and Star Trek but considering all avid Trekkers I’ve met have being either skinny as a match or as wide as a cornfield, I think it would be safe to withhold that statement. Plus, it’s only Star Trek. Not like it’s something important like Star Wars.
I’m amused at the thought that Anthony and Michael could possibly be best friends.