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The nerds will get this. I think this font works well. I might buy one myself…BTW it’s not rude.
computer, everquest, game, internet, mmorpg, nerd, woot
I’m old enough to know this word, though I’ve never used it myself, but I had to ‘google it’ for a definition that made sense. Here is what I found via various sites which I prefer not to mention:
1. wootWoot originated as a hacker term for root (or administrative) access to a computer. However, with the term as coincides with the gamer term, “w00t”.“w00t” was originally a truncated expression common among players of Dungeons and Dragons tabletop role-playing game for “Wow, loot!” Thus the term passed into the net-culture, where it thrived in video game communities (such as Online Multiplayer RPGS) and lost its original meaning, and is used simply as a term of excitement.- “I defeated the dark sorcerer! Woot!”- “woot! i r teh flagmastar!” (Think Tribes)- “Woot, I pwnzed this dude’s boxen!”
So, by definition, that t_shirt is totally w00t. Egad, I’ve used that word in its proper context! I’ve wonder if that’s ever happened before?
Stephen your research of my shirt makes you l33t in my book. Nice work.