Dating a nerd

13-Sep-2015 13:27

The nerd will end the date and simply take matters into his own hands; an act with which he's comfortable and familiar. HOW TO SNAP A NERD OUT OF ITMAURA: If a nerd comes over to flirt with you, and the conversation just feels NERDY--like, he's talking about the table of elements, or about a comic book convention he recently went to, or something--is there a way to help snap him out of it?

MATT: Just tell him you're a nerd too and share a story about how you were a smart little kid or can name 65 different handbag designers.

He’ll be extremely clear with you when it comes to defining the relationship.

You'll never have to worry about pretending to care or know about sports, because chances are, he doesn’t either.

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We might tend to avoid or friend-zone nerdy guys, leaving them to their comic books and video games. Though we may overlook geeky guys after we see their superhero T-shirt collections, dating a nerd can come with a lot of benefits. But first: Have you noticed the absolutely crazy meta-conversation that has exploded on the blog? The word applies to anyone who is both passionate and knowledgeable about one particular thing. MATT: As the Boss of Nerd Nite, I've always maintained a very broad--and thus, very inclusive--definition of .If he's able to spend 45 minutes explaining the different ways to tune a snare drum, then he's a nerd, too, on top of being a rock-star. We all have oodles of insecurities about our strange quirks, and we're all dying to find that special someone who will find those quirks interesting. In fact, I was once dating a nerd, and he asked me whether I was cool or nerdy in high school.NERDS ARE JUST LIKE THE REST OF US (OR WE'RE ALL LIKE THEM)MATT: Truth be told, I think we're all nerds--early every single one of us. The fact that he was having a hard time figuring it out was, in its own weird way, a compliment.

We might tend to avoid or friend-zone nerdy guys, leaving them to their comic books and video games. Though we may overlook geeky guys after we see their superhero T-shirt collections, dating a nerd can come with a lot of benefits.

But first: Have you noticed the absolutely crazy meta-conversation that has exploded on the blog? The word applies to anyone who is both passionate and knowledgeable about one particular thing.

MATT: As the Boss of Nerd Nite, I've always maintained a very broad--and thus, very inclusive--definition of .

If he's able to spend 45 minutes explaining the different ways to tune a snare drum, then he's a nerd, too, on top of being a rock-star. We all have oodles of insecurities about our strange quirks, and we're all dying to find that special someone who will find those quirks interesting. In fact, I was once dating a nerd, and he asked me whether I was cool or nerdy in high school.

NERDS ARE JUST LIKE THE REST OF US (OR WE'RE ALL LIKE THEM)MATT: Truth be told, I think we're all nerds--early every single one of us. The fact that he was having a hard time figuring it out was, in its own weird way, a compliment.

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