Though you probably aren’t doing a double take when you pass them on your way to class, nerdy guys do possess several qualities that girls often look for in a boyfriend.
With the exception of those slightly irritating smart alecks, intelligence is a plus.
My current boyfriend is a total nerd too, but I almost gave up on our relationship after our first date because he hadn’t read George Orwell’s 1. If you’re a Trekkie, but you discover that the nerd you’re dating hasn’t even seen a clip of Star Trek on You Tube, don’t immediately guffaw.
Many of these ways have been tested by some of my closest friends (yeah they’re all nerds, I’m cool like that) Some of these ways, some of you might see as LAWLing more than looking, but we have a wide selection, so you Any kind of Con- I.
E Comicons, Blizzcon, Botcon, Anime Cons, E3 (if you can get tickets, lucky mother fucker….). I mean think about it, smart, funny, and usually sexy in one way or another- that’s a helluva find!
If you feel good about the way you look, you’ll feel more confident whenever that first date happens (Before you go nuts in the comments section about how outward appearances shouldn’t be important, remind yourself that you wouldn’t show up for a job interview or a Con dressed inappropriately.
A date should be no different.)Elizabeth Giorgi is a writer and filmmaker from Minneapolis.
Yet these geeks, nerds, and dorks (or whatever other social label you want to stick on them) are becoming coveted for more than their brains.
Beneath their glasses and moments of awkwardness lies desirable boyfriend material… Contrary to the movies we’ve grown up with of girls drooling over the hunks while heartlessly rejecting their nerdy secret admirers, people will now often tell you to forget about the hot popular guys because the geeky ones actually make the best boyfriends.
You won’t see them strutting around campus like celebrities, as they’re usually tucked away in the library or their dorms.
While you might seek them out while cramming the night before an exam, they’re not exactly the first people you call when you’re looking for something fun to do on a Friday night.
I’m sure you’ve run into both of these breeds around campus.