Food that, stereotypically, computer geeks, specifically programmers, eat. The food falls into three categories: high in calories, easy to make, and high in caffeine. The idea of geek food comes from programmers staying late into the night, well, programming. In order to waste no time, they need sustinence that can be made quickly and can give them a caffeine boost. Some typical foods include hot pockets, ramen, bawls/jolt cola, take-out chinese, and various chips.
Man, I've been programming day and night, get me some geek food.
by genzripps January 29, 2006
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