The fact that he was having a hard time figuring it out was, in its own weird way, a compliment.
I made him guess — and finally, he went with "nerd." And again, strangely, I was flattered.
If you accept their quirks and support their passions they are more than willing to do the same for you.
Rules for dating a geek
MATT: A male nerd is just as likely to make a first move as any other dude.
The key difference, however, when it comes to nerds, is that you may not recognize what he's doing as making a move.
You’ll catch my drift here.) It goes without saying that loyalty is imperative to a healthy marriage.7. Most geeky men could care less if you have designer shoes, and unfortunately if that’s your thing,they probably couldn’t identify them either. Because they’re so smart wit comes naturally to them, however they’re not a pretentious bunch.
Your nerdy hubby is likely to prefer you fresh-faced and in your comfiest clothes. All that random knowledge can be put to the test at a weekly trivia night! Forget overgrown frat boys and sports obsessed meatheads, you are likely to inherit a couple of sweet and sensitive nerdy guy friends when you marry one of their clan. My husband laughs harder at my bad puns more than anyone I know (which is obviously a key factor in the longevity of our marriage).
A true nerd wants someone to be interested in his area of expertise.
He will talk about it if presented with a willing and enthusiastic audience — particularly a female one.For example, if a hunger policy expert comes over and, out of the blue, starts telling you about food insecurity issues in rural Texas, he's probably hitting on you — but just doing it very poorly. HOW TO WIN OVER A NERDMAURA: What's a good way to win a nerd over?MAURA: If a nerd make the first move on you, should you be extra-careful about how you respond — so as not to scare him away, set off some kind of dork-tastic panic attack, etc.? MATT: Simply express interest in his nerdy interests.HOW TO MAKE THE FIRST MOVE ON A NERD MAURA: I've had dudes tell me: "Guys love it when women make the first move." But in my own experience, things never seem to work out that well when I take the initiative. MATT: I've never met any male who didn't like being sought out by a lass.Fellas are so accustomed to making first move after first move, that it's both refreshing and flattering to be sought.casting the likes of Steve Carrel, John Krasinski, Jim Parsons, and Benedict Cumberbatch, women all over the world started searching for their own Mr. The internet has since been abuzz with various reasons why you should date a geek, but I’d like to take it a step further.