Dating a geek girl

01-Jul-2017 05:32

This is not to say that geek girls don’t know how to dress (see below), but as a general rule, we tend to have more important things on our minds. One of the best things about dating a geek , is the ease with which you can get tech support.

Well, when you date a geek girl, you rarely have to waste your time on informing her that IE7 is not the best browser in the world, or that she might want to restart her computer when “the Internet is not working”.

The review in short boils down into three main points.

It could be because geeks are making significant impact in a world that is becoming increasingly reliant on information technology.

If you are a geeky guy or a girl wanting to understand her game obsessed boyfriend or guy friends this is a book to read. Beginning with a Geek Test, this guide helps an inquisitive woman determine if she is dating a geek. Inouye makes it very clear; geeks are cooler than nerds since nerds are "socially unacceptable in all circumstances."The one major downfall to this book is that it assumes that a female can "train" a geek. Why women want to do this is anyone's guess, but for the most part they end up attempting to emasculate rather than groom. She talks about how if you date a geek, and go to a geek convention, you should find a hot "booth babe" and commence mocking all the geeks. There are also a few chapters on how to "normalize" a geek. Those are far more entertaining than a book that is basically one long insult.

Never feel overwhelmed searching for another resource again.You’ve seen her in the library with her nose in books like a modern-day, Muggle version of Hermione Granger.You may not know her name, but she has been categorized in the nerdy column—a name that has started to be taken in stride and with an utter sense of pride.Well, I am here to tell you that geek girls do exist, and not only do they exist, they’re actually more common than most people think.Finding them is just a matter of taking interest in the actual person in front of you, not the way she dresses or puts on make up.

Never feel overwhelmed searching for another resource again.You’ve seen her in the library with her nose in books like a modern-day, Muggle version of Hermione Granger.You may not know her name, but she has been categorized in the nerdy column—a name that has started to be taken in stride and with an utter sense of pride.Well, I am here to tell you that geek girls do exist, and not only do they exist, they’re actually more common than most people think.Finding them is just a matter of taking interest in the actual person in front of you, not the way she dresses or puts on make up.I wasn't offended, but it did make me a little sad to see a writer use their middle school preconceptions of social stereotypes passed off as research.