There is something so delightfully engaging about this dorky
dog," said Lisa Umina, founder and publisher of Halo Publishing.
The author lives with her husband - Scott, twin blessings - Katey & Haylea, and JoJo the Dorky
Dog in Southeast Georgia.
Of course, dorky
behavior sometimes intersects with nerdy, geeky, or jocky behavior.
A second title by the same author that is also amusing and highly recommended is "Vin and the Dorky
Duet (9781612440910, $9.
Probably, but I'd rather be a dorky
"gun guy" than just a regular dork any day.
She tends toward the dorky
side, but has friends, works in her mom's dive shop, and loves her current elective, Mysteries of the Deep, and not because her main crush is also in that class.
And I still remember watching all the conventions with my dad and grandfather - I was a really dorky
That was Dirty dancing for me, if you want to get really dorky
New Girl sees her play Jess, a dorky
twentysomething who - after catching her boyfriend with another woman - answers a flatshare ad and moves into an apartment with three single men.
Whatever you write, don't ever throw your writings away, even if re-reading them makes you judge your old self as dorky
Alas, when I issued your goose flag hats to my friends, Dan, Otto and Kent, I got comments like "Yeah, you'd just love to get me in some magazine wearing that dorky
thing" or "I'll wear it only if I can keep the face mask on when you take pictures.
Jessie has lots to deal with: the recent sudden death of her popular and sporty older brother James, her parents' grief, her exclusion from the 'gang' of girls who used to be her best friends, her failure to make the school's dance team, and now the dorky
new boy Alan who's always hanging around and has become the latest victim of the school's bullies.
In this visual effects-laden comedy from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz director Edgar Wright, we meet dorky
yet charming Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera).
Syfy has been trying to escape from the idea that they're dorky
or out of touch, or any of the things that sci-fi fans are afraid the world thinks about them," says Annalee Newitz of science-fiction blog Io9.
And despite its undergrad origins, Facebook's greatest growth is in the over-35 age group, whose kids now worry their parents will do something terminally dorky