<picture of a pretty girl>

1 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-16 20:15
sitting in public space, Uni for instance
>laptop open, just lurking /g/ or something equally unproductive
>girl comes over and sits in my peripheral region
>instantly open atom/CMD/IDE/whatever and start hammering at keyboard with intermittent pauses during which I study my screen contemplatively while rubbing my chin

Anyone else do this? Has it ever worked?

Has it ever worked and impressed a girl that you were programming or something?
2 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-16 20:59
atom = javascript = bad
3 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-16 21:22
"Oh that guy use atom. He might be gay..."
4 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-17 02:49
She probably knew exactly what you were doing and was laughing at you in her head.
5 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-17 08:53
ato msucks
6 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-17 13:05
* women
* capable of non verbal thinking
pick 1
8 Name: Anonymous 2017-06-21 18:21
ive kind of done things like this before
are all programmers pathetic individuals like us
9 Name: Anonymous 2017-06-21 18:37
Programming sometimes gets me attention on the train.
10 Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 03:58
Thats how _why met his lgf
11 Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 04:57
Was he writing in Scratch?
12 Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 09:03
I don't know why I'm answering to this obvious troll.
13 Name: Anonymous 2017-07-10 21:40
anyone else remember nixie pixel
14 Name: Anonymous 2017-07-10 21:44
Yes but I never watched her.
15 Name: Anonymous 2017-07-10 23:39
most people aren't capable of non-verbal thinking
16 Name: Anonymous 2017-07-12 06:25
Exactly. Most people are women.
17 Name: goatfingerer 2017-09-07 03:05
i would pay $ to see the girl knocked out with permanent brain damage, nothing else
18 Name: Anonymous 2017-09-08 07:38
i would pay $ to see girl with hax anus, nothing else
19 Name: Anonymous 2017-09-09 04:30
I swear I saw this exact post a few moments ago

Am I finally losing it?
20 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-07 20:37

Is “Pinkifying” a good strategy to get girls into coding?
21 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-09 03:19
Graham was making the offensive and too common assumption that the shortage of women in tech starts with a lack of interest. Research has shown that the issue is not interest, but rather a lack of encouragement, access and support from a young age (Cereijido)
Cereijido is wrong on his one, in my opinion.
22 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-11 07:32
I agree. Boys do not need encourage or support to study programming but girls somehow need this kind of support? I simply understand that girls are more interested in other fields of study and it's not a bad thing that girls choose their interests.
23 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-11 09:26
Cereijido's research is likely flawed in methodology.

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