There’s hot, and then there’s hot

I went over to my buddy Mike’s last night, just looking for a little R&R after shopping for Xmas decor all day. (Side note: I was the only man I saw shopping for decorations. That was freakin’ disturbing.) When I arrived, Mike was deep into an episode of Mythbusters, which is cool.  And it was when either Kari or Jessi was on (I believe it was Jessi) when Mike said, “Wow. She is just so hot,” that a conversation about hot nerd women was sparked. We started discussing our nerd girl crushes, when Mike brought up someone I’ve never heard of: Sarah Haskins.

Apparently, Sarah is part of a show that has a segment called “Target Women.” (I really haven’t explored beyond this point, but you would have to expect that.) Here’s the clip where I was introduced to her:

See, now if you were just to look at a picture of Sarah, you probably wouldn’t think much. Sure, she’s no movie starlet — she doesn’t have DD boobs and a 30-inch waist — but she’s definitely attractive in the girl-next-door way. But what separates her from the crowd is, in fact, her obvious brains. And this is why a lot of us men love nerd girls. Women with personality can actually hold our interest! For example, as I type this, I’ve probably stopped about 15 times to watch other “Target Women” segments.

OK, this one cracked me up.

Ah, to hell with this. I keep losing focus. So, uh, the point of this blog — ladies, don’t be afraid to show us your brains! (OK, but be sure to use those brains — because if you see a bunch of guys holding up signs that say, “Show us your brains!” — chances are they are male zombies.)

Now, back to youtube…


3 Responses to “There’s hot, and then there’s hot”

  1. 1 Mike
    November 19, 2009 at 2:19 pm


  2. November 19, 2009 at 2:21 pm

    What can I say? I don’t really watch MB all that much.

  3. 3 Mike
    November 19, 2009 at 2:37 pm

    A personal favorite: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMRDLCR8vAE

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