To succeed with him, show him you aren't one of those people and that he's awesome exactly the way he is. Try playing his World of Warcraft game (at least occasionally). For example, when Disney purchased the entire movies. That said, taking interest in you and your interests is something he should also do for you.
Every time we mentioned something going bad, it did.
Chugga: It's normal for you to be a jacka— oh, I guess in these recordings that makes sense. Chugga and NCS: (singing) I am an asshole, I am an asshole!
They're great guys, but if you aren't accustomed to being around them, here are a few things you can do to ensure dating success: 1. Sure, the posters or long days spent at Comic Con may seem silly to you, but everyone has unique interests that other people don't "get." And really, how are a nerd's interests any different from a non-nerdy guy's obsession with Fantasy Football or baseball cards?
Focus on his positive qualities, not his quirks When some women date nerds, they tend to focus on the "negative" side of his nerd-dom (long hours spent online gaming or his dressing up like Frodo Halloween). Make sure he knows you recognize what makes him a great man. Your judgement sends the message that he's not good enough the way he is.
Instead, focus on his intelligence, faithfulness, and other great traits. Instead, give him free rein to express his quirkiness.
Moreover, while nerd-dom is now mainstream (even cool), it wasn't always this way and many nerds grew up suffering at the hands of dumb jocks or b*tchy mean girls. If you do, he's more likely to zip his lip when it comes to your giant shoe collection or your secret addiction to he loves his favorite sci-fi books or movies. You may have different interests, but one way to spend quality time with your nerdy guy is to watch sci-fi movies or TV shows that also appeal to female non-nerds.
Thus, when a woman decides to give a nerd a chance, she often finds herself in uncharted territory.
He's smart, a little shy, quirky, and he loves science fiction, online gaming, comic books, or other related pursuits. While nerds often make great partners (in fact, many of us in the dating business consider them the unsung heroes of the single male demographic), women usually tend to overlook them.
So, you've met a great guy, but after a few dates you begin to realize he's not like the other guys you've been dating.
As a scientist and closet nerd myself, I've known my share of nerdy men.
Chugga: Saying my arm is moving back and forth in a rhythm.
One had a fishbowl on his head, another looked like Doctor Dread.
" Tim: A long, long time ago, on a planet far away, these four guys were planning an attack.