Dating advice for nerds. Hey, dudes, Professor Bill of Comic Book…

Hey, dudes, Professor Bill of Comic Book University here and I’m going to state a couple of pretentious things right here. I’m speaking about dating advice for nerds. Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons portray Amy Farrah Fowler and Sheldon Cooper in the CBS tv show “The Big Bang Theory.” Both nerds, and happy with it.

I was a pretty popular guy when I was in school. I became high, went along to the extra weight space after school daily, I happened to be in the field and track team for shot placed, discus, and x-country, and I also never ever knew exactly just just what the “friend area” ended up being. Nevertheless, in the down low, whenever I thought no body was searching, I would personally go right to the book store that is comic. Now make no blunder, if your nerd moved into a recreations shop with a lot of jocks from college that nerd would have the strangest looks imaginable; that, “you don’t belong here look that is. I acquired that appearance once I stepped in to the comic book shop.

They are the questions that are important will make or break a relationship. Comic Book Guy from Fox’s “The Simpsons” knows what’s up. Finding acceptance among nerds. It really took a little while for almost any acceptance in comic shops, and pastime stores, too, where the D&D would be read by me, GURPS, and World of Darkness publications (We loved “Hunter: The Reckoning”). Fundamentally, I would personally enter into a discussion with a few associated with guys and I also began experiencing similar to Ogre from “Revenge for the Nerds 2.”

When we became one with my internal nerd (translation, embraced by this subculture and with the capacity of walking both globes) we started to hear a tremendously perspective that is different girls.

“Girls don’t want a guy that is good they simply desire to be with somebody who’s going to deal with them like crap.” Actually? Continue reading Dating advice for nerds. Hey, dudes, Professor Bill of Comic Book…