It’s the Last Week to Vote for your Favorite Gamette

Hailey Bright - Our 2009 Gamette of the Year

There is now one week before we crown our Gamette of the Year 2010 and we’d like to take the time to thank all of the people who have voted for their favorite Gamette. We’ve been very impressed with the amount of support people have been showing this year and the rallies that have came about on a daily basis for each of the ladies. You guys flat out rock and the Gamettes should consider themselves lucky for having you as friends and as fans.

If you haven’t taken the time to vote, go and show you support for your favorite lady. Each and every one of them works hard at their geek cred and deserves to be recognized for it. They might not all be hardcore gamers but each and every girl we feature is a nerd at heart and involved in some facet of the geek subculture. Yes, pretty girls play video games but they also avidly read comics, love action movies instead of chick flicks, and some would even prefer a day at the Con over night out with dinner and a movie.

If you’re visiting us for the first time, we’d invite you to take a look at the ladies and their interests. While we’re just a few guys who hang out and like to talk geeky, these ladies are taking the time to get their hands dorky for the sake of something they enjoy. The Gamette of the Year contest is just our humble way of trying to recognize all of them for their interests and congratulate them for showing the boys that some girls like it nerdy.

We might only crown one lovely lady as our Gamette of the Year but they’re all worthy of respect and should be recognized for being able to kick your ass in their geek venue of choice. They take time out of their busy schedules to do photo shoots to show that geeky isn’t something only the boys can do well.

Plus, they’re drop dead gorgeous so even if you don’t understand what they’re talking about when they quote a comic book or a movie because you’ve been too busy playing video games since you were a kid to experience more than one facet of the geek subculture, you can still appreciate that.

Just don’t forget they’re nerds, just like we are.

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