Date: 2018-02-07 05:24
There are plenty of smart people who are not socially awkward ( . difficult to interact with ). Why not go for a smart guy who isn 8767 t socially awkward?
Nerds usually are intelligent, can hold a good job and are overall self-sufficient. He&rsquo s probably responsibly planned for and invested in his future well before any of us have started. Smart guys can also open your horizons and can offer a perspective or education about world news, politics or obscure movie trivia.
First of all, I am older than you, and people older than me typically refer to me as sir. Second, you sound pretty negative yourself, who says I would get rejected 655 times? What if the first girl I ask is down for anything? What if she ends up being the kind of girl who asks me to spank her, spit in her face, call her a dirty slut, etc? What if that girl ends up being your bitch? There are just so many possibilities in this crazy world of ours. No need to be so pessimistic. :P
I look at shut in nerds the same way I look at monosyllabic frat boys. Their life lacks balance. I learned that early on. I spent early high school with my nose in the books and video games. I spent late high school stoned and drunk, continually partying. By the time I made it to college I managed to have the time of my life and still pass my classes.
We evolved to eat, sleep, reproduce and survive, there's nothing in our genetic makeup that restricts us to a certain amount of hours aha. My boyfriend goes to the gym nearly everyday and eats incredibly healthy. He always gets enough sleep so I'm sure he's a lot healthier than his brother. I find it appealing because I believe everyone should have ambition, plus working is what gets us closer to moving out and living our dream as well as making him financially independent. Success is attractive to anyone. You seem to think that it's only women that control what society thinks which isn't true.
6. You get a personal techie for life.
Let 8767 s get the most obvious feature of coupling up with a computer wiz out of the way - you never have to feel outsmarted by a tech gadget ever again. In fact, your nerdy hubby might even revel in the moments that he gets to demonstrate his technical prowess for you! An added bonus you can use said knowledge as a bartering tool. Faucet broke? No problem! Uncle Jim the plumber can come over and fix it for a couple hours 8767 worth of computer debugging. Problem solved.
When you're talking about how women don't date needs, and make generalizations about how girls don't understand nerds or need culture, you are STRONGLY implying that women or at least most women can't be nerds. Again, I and many of my female friends are quite probably bigger "nerds" than you'll ever be. And the vast majority of my female friends qualify at least in part as nerds. So your generalizations are entirely untrue and unwarranted.
A man who can carry an intellectual conversation will always stand out, and spending time with him will be more desirable than with a man who has poor conversational skills.
Often overlooked, these guys can appreciate a woman when they get one. Likely to be a priority in his life, they show you off to their friends, call when they say they will and will most likely impress Mom and Dad. Okay, so maybe you will be number 7 or 8 after the computer games and geek trivia, but you won&rsquo t be on a long list of ladies vying for some time with him.