Dating a computer nerd
One thing that I’ve found from a lifetime of being a geek and being in relationships with geeks/nerds – some don’t like being called a geek or a nerd.
So if you’re emailing saying, “You seem like the nerdy guy I’ve been looking for! For geeks and nerds, it’s best for you to mention something in their profile that you also do or enjoy.
As long as the woman isn't too aggressive, she is gonna get a date 9 times out of 10.
Especially when you’re doing your best and asking tough questions like: ‘What can I do differently? (In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if a few nerds reading this want to figure out how to contact you). It’s really difficult to feel like you’re doing the right thing and not get any results.
Like dieting and exercising without losing weight, it makes you say, ‘What’s the point?
And if they’re picturing Tricia Helfer or Jeri Ryan or Olivia Munn as their dream partner, well, then, a cool down-to-earth chick like you doesn’t stand a chance. All you can do is be aware of it: you’re dealing with adult men who revel in adolescent behavior (sorry, nerds).
Like millionaires (workaholics), tall, hot guys (narcissists), and brilliant men (stubborn, arrogant and neurotic), nerds are going to have their downside, too.