I think it's a bad sign when I'm more into other cute guys I meet randomly than this guy I just started dating.
Is it OK to marry and date the dorky guy even if he has a lot to offer?
Underneath all of those odd hobbies and quirky friends, these men can not only hold a conversation, but they also champion a woman with an education, a large vocabulary and a mind of her own.
If you have never dated a nerd, consider the following 9 reasons why you might just need a geek in your life. He’s Heartfelt Although sometimes awkward, geeks are usually well-meaning and sincere.
Since they know how it feels to be hurt, scared, lonely, embarrassed and sad, they’re typically more receptive to your emotions and understanding of your problems.2. They're Romantic: The number of video games that involve saving a princess then winning her heart have made a lot of dorks hopeless romantics who want nothing more than a girl of their own to “rescue.” Thoughtful and chivalrous, geeks treat their women well.8 .
They're Genuine: Nerds rarely put on a front: They’re usually not guzzling beer to fit in or bed hopping to impress their pals, but rather tend to be open, honest and loyal with the one girl lucky enough to win their favor.3. They're Good in Bed: While they may not be that experienced, a nerd’s love of learning will ensure that they catch on quick and continue to up their skill repertoire.
You’ll never be bored and you’ll always be out and about, exploring your hood and taking advantage of all it has to offer.5.
We know it’s a stereotype, but sometimes women pine after the rebellious cool guy, the one that mothers hate and girlfriends envy. Cool, the undiscovered nerd is standing in the shadows waiting to be noticed. We’re referring to that bespeckled guy that you overlooked so many years ago because he wasn’t cool.
Why dating a nerdier guy could be your best bet for long-lasting romance!
By Julie Fishman In the great wide world of dating, the options are numerous.
During my first weeks here, loneliness set in hard. I'd go days when my only conversation was with my hippie Laundromat owner.
Then, I stopped moping and forced my nonjoiner self to sign up for a bocce league, a bowling team, and a book club. I met a dozen cool women who like Sancerre and think it's as much fun as I do to cast our ideal film version of Back on the Scene As for dating, I consciously decided to table the issue for the first few months so I wouldn't glom on to a guy for the purpose of having him show me around.