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He might be inclined to vent about minutia, obsess over arcane details that the rest of us neither understand nor care about. Listen for 10 minutes before steering the conversation away.
They were just a little bit "off", fair game for exclusion and mockery.And actually, if you're having a gang of guys round, isn't it better that they're sweet, witty, D&D geeks rather than drunken, sweaty, chauvinist jocks?More than most men, nerds don't respond to subtle hints.But physically drag him away from Github and he'll soon forget about debugging his code, and prove to you that nerds really do make the best lovers.For a relationship of any kind to work, you have to find a common ground; a hobby, interest or activity that allows you to spend quality time together.(And as for trying to cure him of his nerdiness in a "me or the Ninjago" ultimatum, know that the Lego will win.) Don't worry, you don't need to be girl-nerd, whispering kinky Klingon in his ear.
In fact, Dr Nerdlove thinks nerds are better off dating mainstream girls rather than their fantasy Geek Girl.There are plenty of things that both of you will love.Movies and shows like Star Wars, Game of Thrones and Hunger Games will satisfy both nerdy and non-nerdy tastes. Even if your tastes in literature don't greatly overlap, he will love to hear your thoughts on your current novel.Show him your nerdy side (the one you hide from your girl-friends).He respects passion, intelligence and excellence in any field.It's like a man telling a stunning woman how beautiful she is. Now, genuinely praise her for some other ability, and she's listening hard! You don't need to share his love of Star Trek, but never (ever ever) diss Leonard Nimoy.