A girls guide to dating a geek online
“…sincere in helping dweebs discover that love is really the final frontier.”—Den of Geeks “…a solid manual.” —Official Xbox Magazine “The Geek’s Guide to Dating could be the answer to a single geek’s prayers.”—Suvudu “Eric Smith’s The Geek’s Guide to Dating sets out to aid geeky guys everywhere with humorous instructions on finding the Princess Peach to their Mario.”—Pop Sugar“…this is a welcome alternative to the ‘pick-up artist’ phenomenon courting this same demographic.”—Publishers Weekly“[The Geek’s Guide to Dating] offers serious advice for getting a girl and knowing how to keep her…a perfect stocking stuffer!”—Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight “If dating seems more like a dismal game of Frogger instead of a fun Zelda adventure, you need to read “The Geek’s Guide to Dating” by Eric Smith!Instead I’m going to address what geek girls tend to look for when dating, and see if we can come to a middle ground where we work out some tips to help facilitate friendship and more.If this accidentally leads you to date me, well, I’ll be the one to blame for that. Opinions vary, but as I’m the writer here I’m going to give you the lowdown on what I think.You keep your action figures in their original packaging.Your closets are full of officially licensed Star Wars merchandise. This hilarious primer is jam-packed with cheat codes, walkthroughs, and power-ups for navigating the perils and pitfalls of your love life with ease.Instead, use it to grow closer, share experiences and discover new things. Go buy a nice pair of jeans and a top that isn’t from Threadless and walk confidently.
Full of whimsical 8-bit illustrations, The Geek’s Guide to Dating will teach fanboys everywhere to love long and prosper.
Resident style contributor Elizabeth Giorgi takes some time out from DIYing Wonder Woman shoes to share some general advice and personal experience that’s just as relevant to anybody who isn’t dating a geek or isn’t a geek themselves. Yes, it’s fun to dress up in coordinating outfits at Cons together, but there’s also a lot more to life than cosplay. There’s this tendency among geeks to try and one up each other with knowledge.
I’ve been a self-identified nerd since I was 16, but I didn’t always date within my identity. Unless you’re cosplaying every week, I wouldn’t base a relationship on it. This comes out in trivia contests, coffee shop conversations and comment sections. Comic books, LEGO sets and action figures all require a commitment of both financial resources and time.
Take a deeper look into the world of geeks with My Life Among the uber Geeks and MAre you dating a geek? Learn how to cope with his geekiness in sections such as: "Getting What You Want" and "How to Exercise Your Geek." Also, discover how to plot revenge, diagnose common geek ailments, and find the perfect gift for your geek. I can't imagine that this was written by someone claiming to be geeky & I wouldn't recommend following any of the advice if you want a healthy long-term relationship with an actual geek.
Learn how to cope with his geekiness in sections such as: "Getting What You Want" and "How to Exercise Your Geek." Also, discover how to plot revenge, diagnose common geek ailments, and find the perfect gift for your geek. She completely debas My boyfriend bought this for me from Think Geek after many dropped hints. It worked as a joke book, or a look into what I imagine Penny's (Big Bang Theory) thoughts to be like.