Dating for dorks


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.Behold, ten reasons why marrying a geek was the best decision I ever made—and why you should too:1. Let’s get the most obvious feature of coupling up with a computer wiz out of the way —- you never have to feel outsmarted by a tech gadget ever again.was first applied to anyone boring, socially awkward or uncool.They were just a little bit "off", fair game for exclusion and mockery. Allowing these sorority girl scribblers to explain nerds is like asking a Klingon to explain The Force. I’m sure there are men out there who can be, much the way I know there are women who only want dudes who are into banking, saunas, and not working. He also has a sizable arsenal of handguns, rifles, and I’m headed to his bunker when the dead start to rise. I’m a nerd about graphic novels, and politics, and food.

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And yes, Redditors make contributions to this world.4. Plus, you'll never have to go on the internet again, because your partner excitedly leads off every conversation with "Did you see that thing online today...", thereby keeping you delightfully current. Nerds are major assets in the event of a zombie apocalypse. Unabashedly loving something, even in the face of societal scorn, is a major positive.The best part about marrying a geek is that they come in all different packages, all of which have something wonderfully unique and understated to offer.If you accept their quirks and support their passions they are more than willing to do the same for you.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).

They’re also very appreciative of small gestures like homemade cards (bonus points if you incorporate a nerdy pun like “you auto-complete me! But really, what man doesn’t love a delicious baked good? Doubling as a date night or fun on the town with some friends, this gives both of you a chance to de-stress and have a good time! I can honestly say that my husband’s friends are also my best friends—one of them was even the JP at our wedding! He can also keep up with my lightning-fast banter, which would likely fall on deaf ears and confused faces were he an aforementioned meathead.

They seemed so happy to find guys who weren’t smug investment bankers, aging jocks, or sociopathic musicians. I can’t abide people who have no opinions, no passion, no great obsessions that serve as life’s hot sauce. I divide men, and most people, into two camps: those who explode like fireworks, and those with dull cow eyes. I like people who fill up like helium balloons when talking about topics, hobbies, or news stories that are important to them.