Genuine, independent passion is rare – and it’s the definition of being a nerd. We Couldn’t Care Less What Others Think One blond midwestern lawyer told me after we both had a few glasses of wine, was that she found it extremely attractive that I didn’t posture or try to showcase my achievements.
Most men she encountered in her city went unnaturally out of their way to hint at their success. Growing up as a nerd, you learn an important lesson: life is just better when you don’t pay attention to what others think of you.
Sometimes there’s a nice twist where the geek wins at the end but no longer fancies the woman in question and she is humiliated or punished for not having fancied him originally.
I see this story in popular media all the time, and I hate it.
An intense love of things like Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones doesn’t mean you’re a weirdo anymore, and it certainly doesn’t mean you’re updatable.
To change your strategy and narrow the field, sign up on one of these niche dating sites that fits the bill: There really is a dating site for every one.
Yesterday, Twitter exploded in joy at the news Serena Williams – tennis hero, role model, general BAMF – was 20 weeks pregnant.
Amongst the hundreds of GIFs, congratulatory tweets and crying emojis, I saw a few people who were more than slightly puzzled.
Whatever your passions might be there’s a site out there built to help you find your soulmate.
We’re going to look at some of the top options on the market; a good dating site needs a strong concept, a good audience, and the right pricing. It was founded by a true geek, voice actor Dino Andrade who has worked on “World of Warcraft” and “Call of Duty.” He was inspired to create the site by his beautiful relationship with his late wife Mary Kay Bergman, who died tragically at a young age.
We love our books and TV shows, but if that is a passion of yours that you need your partner to share in, we have a couple of suggestions for you.