A girls guide to dating a geek review

09/16/2013 Brimming with references to Star Trek, Firefly, and Pokemon, this dating guide by popular blogger Smith is aimed at an ever-growing population of self-described male “geeks” .

Smith, who addresses the reader as “Player One,” provides tips on how to “hack” online dating profiles, the proper etiquette for approaching women on Facebook and Twitter, and the best locations for meeting like-minded women in real life.

Your husband will also check the ratings and reviews on almost every product that he buys (hello Amazon! Now, I’m not advocating that you move to Silicon Valley and marry the first web developer you can find, but there is something to be said for financial stability in a life partner, and it shouldn’t be overlooked.6. They are loyal to their chosen geekdom, and most importantly — loyal to you.

(Ever been lucky enough to witness a debate over which operating system is better, or who played the best 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.

He walks readers through a first date simulation, outlining effective conversation strategies and topics to avoid.

Smith does a great service for both sexes by disabusing men of the concepts of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl and “the friendzone,” while also discouraging “idiosyncratic ‘trademark’ wardrobe items” such as fedoras.

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).

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was first applied to anyone boring, socially awkward or uncool.By the end of the competition, many of the contestants say that they have learned much about interacting with people from a different social group (and positive lessons about the character of people from that group), positive things about themselves and their own character, and often something about human nature in general.After the airing of season 5 in 2008, production stopped and the show was cancelled.You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Geeks of all ages will find answers to the ultimate questions of life, the universe, and everything romantic, from First Contact to The Fellowship of the Ring and beyond.Full of whimsical 8-bit illustrations, The Geek’s Guide to Dating will teach fanboys everywhere to love long and prosper.