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8.
1. Whale penis

2. Either people who play MMO's, or people who wear thick-rimmed glasses
1. You are such dorks/You are such whale penises

2. George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse
by Xtreme2252 September 15, 2009
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9.
An awkward person who says awkward things.
Shannon is such a dork
by theswagmaster3000 March 02, 2014
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10.
Often used interchangeably with nerd or geek.
Dorks are typically more noted for their quirky personality and behavior rather than their interests or IQ which may or may not be on level with traditional geeks or nerds. They tend to be more humorous and extroverted and don't mind laughing at themselves or with others at themselves, as the case may be.
After the 1990s, the term dork tended to specifically refer to a person who often shared the characteristics of geeks or nerds but were not ostracized as a result. Also, while old school geeks and nerds tend to continue to accept an "outsider" status and maintain an elite club mentality amongst themselves, dorks generally tend to do the opposite, hence a current preference with the mainstream for dorks over geeks or nerds.
He may a dork but he is fun to be around.
by Daywalker March 17, 2005
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11.
A dork in good terms is a good looking person who does something silly, crazy or just damn funny. Normaly said by a girl to a guy.
Bad terms just another word for nerd or social outcast.
1) Nick: ima go swimming once the ice unfreezes
Jess: Your such a dork! =)
2) Get out of here Dork go read a comic book!
by NaF Jr March 06, 2008
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12.
One who is a silly goose, who is smart and perhaps a little awkward, but is ultimately harmless. Should be used w/ positive connotation, unlike it's angry cousin "loser."
Andon is such a dork for not realizing Andrea pulled that chair out from under him!
by Anne-drey-uh January 16, 2008
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13.
1. The word dork to a girl is a guy who is slighty nerdy and geeky, though they are also adorable and some what charming and cute. Being a dork doesn't mean your uncool, though just not popular.

2. The word dork(ette) to a guy is a guy/girl who is clumsy and uncordinated. Also who might be slightly nerdy, though not entirely or they might be a loser.

3. In general a dork(ette) is one who isn't afraid of what people think about them.
1. Ginger: Hey Laura, look it's that new kid David.
Laura: He's not hot, though he is kinda cute and nice.
Ginger: I talked to him in Math Class, he's kind of a dork.

2. David: Josh, what do you think about Kirsten?
Josh: She's a 5, I heard she sucked at soccer tryouts.
David: She's really smart, and I think she's cute even
if she's a dorkette.

3. Brandy: I can't believe Andy mooned Ms. Jones and the whole student body in the school pakinglot.
Sabrina: Well he is a dork, of course he doesn't care what he does.
by Kenge July 26, 2007
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14.
Sometimes interchanged with geek, nerd, gamer, dufus and dweeb. Each have connotations that vary depending on who you talk to or the location. For example, nerd has a negative connotation on the eastern coast of Canada, while geek does on the west.

The definitions from my location are as follows:

A dork is someone that has less-than average intelligence, as well as having fringe interests like RPGs and computers.

A geek is someone who has a higher-than-average intelligence, and is interrested in a variety of fringe interests. The variety is unlikely to encompass the entire scope, and it is likely that the interrests will be interrelated. For instance, you might find a sci-fi geek, a history geek, or just someone who knows a lot of trivia. A geek will still have interests, friends and social skills outside of geekdom, though they may be more limited.

A nerd is someone who usually has a mich higher than average intelligence, but very poor social skills and very few if any friends and interests outside their area of expertise. They will usually have only one or two groups of interest, and are extremely passionate and knowledgeable about them. Often, a nerd will focus on numbers and definitions. A famous subgroup of nerds is the trekkies. There is usually a "mightier-than-thou" sentiment among nerds.

A gamer can be either a nerd, a dork or a geek, but their interests lie exclusively in computer, video and pen-and-paper games.

Dufuses and dweebs are generally regarded as clutzes and outcasts, without having the fringe interests or intelligence of either the geek or nerd groups. Sometimes dorks will fit in this category, too.

Here, only geek and gamer have a positive connotations, the rest are deemed insults.
Nerd: Jeremy of "Foxtrot"
Geek: Not as easy to find in comics, but anyone who reads sci-fi or fantasy novels is a good candidate.
Dork: Jon Arbuckle of "Garfield"
by Juandfr October 10, 2005
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