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#1 VROSA

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 02:49 PM

I found a good description for people like me :rofl:

>>Geologists :crazy: are 'scientists' with an unnatural obsession with rocks and alcohol. Often too smart to do boring monotonous sciences like chemistry or physics, geologists devote their time to mud-worrying, volcano spotting and high-risk colouring in.

>>One of the main difficulties in communicating with geologists is their belief that a million years is a short amount of time. Consequently, such abstract concepts as "Tuesday Morning" and Lunchtime are completely beyond their comprehension.

To spot a geologist in the wild, look for:

>>Socks worn with sandals, unless the wearer is German.
>>Hand-lens, compass, pen-knife, handcuffs etc. tied round neck with string.
<<Ownership of a pet rock (in the case of palaeontologists, this will be their closest friend).
>>Overenthusiasm on the subject of dinosaurs.
>>Someone explaining to airport security that a rock hammer isn't really a weapon.
>>Takes photos, includes people only for scale, and has more pictures of rock hammer and lens cap than of his family.
>>Someone with collection of beer cans/bottles rivals the size of his rock collection.
>>Someone who brings beer instead of water when hiking.
>>Someone with unnatural amounts of facial hair and wears lots of polar fleece.
>>Someone whose lunch consists of rocks, instead of ordinary bread.
>Someone who consumes tonsil-killing chili for dinner every night of the week, and warms it up in a can on the drill rig engine block.
>>Often has hair in a pony-tail (this applies to male or female geologists).
>>Someone who considers a "recent event" to be anything that has happened in the last hundred thousand years.
>>Someone who licks and/or scratch & sniffs rocks.

If you remain unsure, ask the subject to draw an anotated diagram of a trilobite. A true geologist will immediately reach for their waterproof notebook - this is your opportunity for escape.

Have more fun here: http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Geologist

I found it very cool inded ! :cheers:
I can say that most of it is fairly true .... :lol:

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 04:19 PM

hmmm... can't find physician nor photographer described :cheers:

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 04:54 PM

very good vrosa :rofl: :cheers:




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