But by their definition, a nerd is a scrawny, wheezing, socially awkward savant utterly devoted to any woman who pays him even the slightest attention. There are far too many people in this world who just sit there, chew their cud and moo. Allowing these sorority girl scribblers to explain nerds is like asking a Klingon to explain The Force. I’m sure there are men out there who can be, much the way I know there are women who only want dudes who are into banking, saunas, and not working. He also has a sizable arsenal of handguns, rifles, and I’m headed to his bunker when the dead start to rise. I’m a nerd about graphic novels, and politics, and food.
An alpha nerd can love Lord of the Rings, and the company of women. I can’t be in a relationship with a woman who is only into makeup, diets, and marriage. I have a friend who’s a total gun nerd — he collects and refurbishes Civil War-era muskets. Like, I’m half-man, half-movie, I love them so much.
For instance: I largely regard baseball as a great excuse to sit outside, drink beer, and eat hot dogs.
I know women will go on and on about how looks are not everything and beauty is only skin deep but lets be real here.
I had a friend a while back that was not good looking,wealthy,funny,charming or anything of the such yet he got a very large ammount of attractive females on a regular basis.
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. Nerds know that the thing they love might be weird, so you don't have to be self-conscious about the weird thing you love. " is as devoid of mind-games as a pick-up line can get.5. Nerds are often keenly aware of how, and by whom, they are perceived as nerds. Taking what could be a stigma and wearing it as a badge of honor is the sign of a cool person.6.
Nerds have one or two things that they absolutely love at any given time.I don’t speak baseball statistics, which is a sort of sacred mathematic language between baseball fans. The women in my life have all had obsessions, and I was happy to participate in their abandon.I’ve had my spirit strangled by steam in sweat lodges, learned how to bake, and gotten into jazz, all for love.By the 80's the nerd was becoming more defined, but no less disdained: The rise of tech billionaires, and TBBT, have brought nerds to the brink of coolness.They're not all happy about their new status, and the swelling ranks of geek-wannabe's.If you're dating a true nerd (quiz), he's likely to contemptuously dismiss fake-nerds. Rather than the stereotype above, I prefer to think of my fellow geeks as people who are intensely alive, open-minded, unconventional and authentic. So, how do you handle a relationship with a nerdy guy?