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    What does it usually mean when a girl call you a dork?

    I keep gettin called a dork, dorkie, and dorky, by girls. I have an idea of what it means, but not for sure. Any girls out there know what this means?

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    It probably means you're a dork. This is dictionary.com's definition:

    dork ( P ) Pronunciation Key (dôrk)
    n. Slang. A stupid, inept, or foolish person: "the stupid antics of America's favorite teen-age cartoon dorks" (Joshua Mooney).

    Type in 'examples of dorks' in google & you might see some of Hollywood's favorites.

    On the contrary, if you're hoping that I tell you it's some code word for "I like you (*wink wink*)" it's probably not, considering a lot of girls tell you this. But if some say it affectionately, in a flirty manner, then maybe for them it's a turn-on. For the majority of girls though, I would venture to say it's not.

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    Well it depends on the way they are saying it, like if they are joking or not. I always jokingly call my boyfriend a dork. I can't really say what I consider "dorky" to be in the joking way, but I just call him that when he gets all excited about something & is really cute. He gets all child like, but in a good way not an annoying way. So if girls are calling you a dork & they are joking around, it probably means they think you are a cutie.
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    It could mean different things. you already know the definition of the word "dork", thanks to Lily04. However, it could still mean otherwise. SUch as if they sound playful and happy, they are probably just calling you a goofball. But if they sound more serious, it could mean more of the literal meaning.

    It all depends on how they say it.
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    Hi Aznboy88,

    How are ya? I love your posts. They're always so funny and light hearted. :P

    (Is this a question about the girl that you referred through? If it is, then perhaps she's just joking around.) Maybe for some girls it's different. I personally think that the word 'dork' can be used to 'insult' a guy, depending on how the girl feels for him. Therefore, I don't often use that word when talking to a guy, because it might hurt a guy's feelings. That's why people need to be careful with the words that they chose, like calling guys: dumb, dumby, dork, dorky, fool, wierdo, because some people are just really sensitive.

    For me, when I get flirty with a guy, I usually call him a dork, added with a little buddy shove. LoL. I think that for some girls, it's because we feel comfortable enough with a guy that we might find some interest in. I do not intentionally flirt that often anyway, not if I'm not interested in a guy. If I don't find interest in a guy at all, if I think that he's boring, just no attraction, the word 'dork' probably wouldn't run across my mind. It's just a term that girls use as 'innocent flirting'. It's our way of being silly and playful at times.

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    If you're called a dork, you probably did something silly and cute. Take it as a compliment. My ex-girlfriend and a couple girls that like me used to call me a dork sometimes after I said something silly to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maggie18
    it probably means they think you are a cutie.
    Haha.. I remember my teacher called me a 'dork' before.. Oh heck no, the teacher think Im a 'cutie'? ahh!! <shivers>

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    (She tried to flirt with you?!...Ewwey Yucky! <GooseBumps> )

    Next time that happens, (if you're not too concerned about your grade in her class) maybe you can call her a 'Pedophile'. :P Be like, "Aaah Miss. So long as I'm the dork, then You're the pedophile, Right? Just Kidding!" LoL!

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    ... In regards to the above posts, in my opinion a dork isn't a way of fliritng, its an insult. My definition of a dork is like a geek. But i supposse if it is said in a certain way it might be flirting in a teasing way...

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    lol mahlina nooo... She not tryin to flirt with me, well atleast I dont think so..
    Well when she ask me where was my homework, I said "I had this weird dream, then suddenly when I woke up my homework was gone! Probably my little sister ate it, because she was kinda hungry last night.. uhh so yaa" and my teacher and I always joke around, she aint those serious type of teacher. And she like around 20ish, and hang around alot of teens. If its one of those old teachers that tell me I'm a dork, I would puke for sure. ~_~

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