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Geek Speed Dating

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Geek Speed Dating

The Geek Speed Dating meme is based on a webcomic series by Paul Van Der Meer, a Dutch freelance video game designer. The three-paneled picture portrays a man in glasses and a woman sitting at a speed-dating table where the man asks questions related to pop culture to know if she’s into it too or not. As soon as the girl replies in negative, the guy asks for the waiter, implying that the date is over. It is used as an exploitable to highlight the various elitist attitudes common in geeks and fan culture. The comic blog from which the image was derived, was active from 2010 to 2012. It was initially reposted by several tech and science sites around April 2011. However, thousands of parodies emerged soon after it was uploaded to MemeGenerator on December 12th, 2013. Later, it was popular as an image macro on Quickmeme and similar sites. The Geek Speed Dating meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: geek dating meme, speed dating meme, do you like x date meme, geek speed date meme.
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