Dating a dork
But after a few dates, you begin to realize he’s not like the other guys you’ve dated.He’s smart; he’s a little shy; he’s quirky; and he loves science fiction, online gaming, comic books, or other related pursuits. While nerds often make great partners (in fact, many of us in the dating business consider them the unsung heroes of the single male demographic), women tend to overlook them.Well, brace yourself for revenge of the nerds, because this soft-spoken loner is smart, sincere and will genuinely be nice to you.If you haven’t given a second look to the guy that looks like your former Chemistry tutor, perhaps you should delve deeper into this untapped resource.
Instead, focus on his intelligence, faithfulness, and other great traits. Make sure he knows you recognize what makes him great! To belittle or make fun of his hobbies is to belittle him and sends the message that he isn’t good enough the way he is. Ask him why he loves his favorite sci-fi books or movies. Pay attention when nerd-dom hits national news — for example, just this week Disney announced that it purchased the entire Star Wars franchise (for a sum numbering in the billions) and will release more Star Wars movies. This is a gripping, well-acted movie with a very strong female main character. On a cold or snowy day, pop some popcorn (or grab some beers) and watch the old trilogy.Maybe the comic book expert with the closetful of costumes for next month’s convention is a little much.But those guys who walk the line between nerd and die-hard geek could use just a little luring out of their shell.He wants to get to know you and feel comfortable with a real lady.
Surely, it is quite a difference from the lonely nights with Lara Croft from Tomb Raider, but a welcome change nonetheless. He’s a Smarty Pants Nerds usually are intelligent, can hold a good job and are overall self-sufficient.
I don't trust people who are "meh" about everything. Even if you're so into "Battlestar Galactica" that we barely talk for days, it's good to know that you're hardcore. Do you spend your nights looking at pictures of cats wearing tights? Humans gravitate toward activities, many of which we know to be destructive.