Xkcd-inspired personal ad

A lonely fan of super-geeky webcomic xkcd in College Station, TX, has posted a Craigslist personal ad seeking true love in the guise of someone who matches the strong, nerdy, impulsive stick-figure women that populate the strip.

But I'm just a male stick figure. I have no squiggly hair.

Surely there exists someone out there who is wandering through this world with the same hopes and uncertainties as me. Surely they've spent hours playing out those same little scenarios only to find that they were short one stick figure as well.

Let's run away and find a nice dark corner in which to do long division.

How sweet! Good luck, College Station!


(Thanks, Zach!)

See also:
xkcd: The malware aquarium
XKCD creator in Wired; reappearance of blog-goggles in today's strip
Scary MBR-nuking program inspired by XKCD geeky webcomic
Ninjas attack Richard Stallman, reenacting xkcd comic
Cory Doctorow cosplayers at the XKCD picnic

Xkcd fans bring chess-sets on roller-coasters
Where LOLCats come from
Ironic Internet malapropism grid
Geeky comic about chess and roller-coasters
Nerd humor about Katamari Damacy

Sarcastic comic about computational linguistics (and emo kids)

Funny map of online communities in the style of a D&D map

Geeky comic strip uses Cory as the punchline

Bloggin' 'bout my generation