The sad news for geeks is that they’re underrated in the dating world, but the great news for you is that there are so many of them out there. Most of the time, they just don’t have the time or the confidence to go for girls they like.
If you are approached by one, and you brush them off just because they are a geek, you’re going to miss out.
See the way geeks adore their superhero action figures, and how much time they can spent building their collection, reading about their programming language or rewatching their favorite fantasy movies?
They are a passionate bunch who would give all their time and effort to the thing that has captured their hearts. How else can they spent months leveling-up their RPG characters, knowing every detail of their backstory or plotting the best way to take down the final boss? If that isn’t character-building, I’m not sure what is.
They’d probably be better at answering, “you know what your problem is?
” than you are, ending any possible argument before they are even started.
Geeks are perfectionistas; they do research, very thorough ones before they even start asking questions.
And you can see that once they are committed, they are devoted to finding the best and most complete solution to any kind of problem there is, out there.Geeks like things to be logical and straightforward, especially when it comes to the seemingly elusive world of dating.Hidden messages and guessing games are not high on their list of things to care about.While back in the 80’s, we won’t want to be labeled as a geek – since it was used interchangeably with “nerd”, which is still not very desirable in today’s standards – most Web users won’t mind the term now.What they still would mind is probably dating one, if the dress style of the people on stage at Apple’s WWDC or Google I/O is anything to fall back on.The inquisitive mind of geeks is probably one of the things that set them apart from the rest of us. When they are faced with something they don’t really know how to handle, they learn and adapt.