Why Geeks and Nerds Are Worth It

In the wide world of dating, there are many options. Do you go
for the flashy guy with the smooth smile, or the dude in the
corner typing away on his laptop? 15 reasons why girls should
go for the latter:

  1. While geeks and nerds may be awkward, they’re well-meaning 9 out of 10 times.
  2. They’re useful.
  3. They’re more romantic than they’re given credit for.
  4. Due to their neglected status, there are plenty to choose from.
  5. They’ve got brains.
  6. Most are quite good at remembering dates.
  7. Sex.
  8. They’re relatively low-maintenance.
  9. Most frequent bars as often as slugs frequent salt mines.
  10. Although he may not want to go to every outing with you, you can arrange swaps, as in, you’ll go to his Gamer Con dressed as an elf princess if he’ll take you to the ballet.
  11. His friends aren’t jerks.
  12. They’re rarely if ever possessive. They trust you, so you can be yourself around them.
  13. They’re usually very well educated. Physics majors and the like.
  14. You’ll almost never have to hear, “Yaw dawg whazzap!!” plop out of their mouths. Unless it’s in jest.
  15. And the final reason why geeks and nerds make great boyfriends: They actually give a damn about you.

Elaborated further at Why Geeks and Nerds Are Worth It
found on Craiglist.

7 Comments

  1. Edrei

    You have given me a new lease in life…:)

  2. Silencers

    Somehow… I feel pathetic :D

  3. Sashi

    Very true – especially no. 7. Ahem.

  4. bibi

    I know why you wrote this piece…Inever said it aint worth it. But then again, geeks and nerds do get on my nerves half of the time. Still, love is blind. Sigh!

  5. dJ phuturecybersonique

    errr… the entry, like any other entries i make on this site, was more to poke fun at myself than anything else. nothing to do dengan mana-mana pihak lain yang hidup atau yang telah meninggal dunia. kalau ada, it’s coincidental! heheh!

  6. Tengku Sheril

    don’t lower yr self esteem ..

  7. Afiq

    lol…. Geeks rule!

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