He’ll be extremely clear with you when it comes to defining the relationship.
You'll never have to worry about pretending to care or know about sports, because chances are, he doesn’t either.
Stacks of pizza boxes and an overflowing laundry basket are the last things you’ll find in the home of a geek.
He'll be instantly sidetracked from his own tales of nerdom and attracted to your own dorky pursuits. MATT: On a side note, however, if you ever want to "cure" him of his nerdery, that's a bad sign. A relationship with a nerd has a great chance to live long and prosper, and the characters on show us why. We might tend to avoid or friend-zone nerdy guys, leaving them to their comic books and video games. Though we may overlook geeky guys after we see their superhero T-shirt collections, dating a nerd can come with a lot of benefits. For example, if a hunger policy expert comes over and, out of the blue, starts telling you about food insecurity issues in rural Texas, he's probably hitting on you — but just doing it very poorly. HOW TO WIN OVER A NERD MAURA: What's a good way to win a nerd over?MAURA: If a nerd make the first move on you, should you be extra-careful about how you respond — so as not to scare him away, set off some kind of dork-tastic panic attack, etc.? MATT: Simply express interest in his nerdy interests.
The title isn't exclusively reserved for scientists and Trekkies. I can certainly be somewhat nerdy about books and movies and indie rock — I guess.