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The Albatross
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(Original post by pumpkin7)
you have just described my boyfriend. gj! (apart from he likes milkshake rather than moutain dew).

mine's drink of choice is diet coke. when i met him, he had 6 2l bottles under his desk :rolleyes:
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I would like to think there is more than one form of what is stereotyped as a 'geek'.
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oh god.. my boyfriend isn't a 'geek'.. he is just smart and knows much about computers.. he is tall, meaty (mmm) and uh yeah.,. as described - but doesn't wear 'glasses' or typical 'geeky' clothes.
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First, you assume attraction is a choice: which it isn't. You dont consciously decide, "oooh I am going to fall in love with this guy because XYZ". It just happens.

(Original post by scarlet ibis)
1.) While geeks and nerds may be awkward, they’re well-meaning 9 out of 10 times. That smooth dude with the sly grin and the spider hands? Wonder what HIS intentions are... plus, I’ve never had a geek guy not call me when he said he would. Score major points THERE.
I'm not a geek and I'm well-meaning. I just won't break myself for a girl or change who I am for one.

2.) They’re useful. In this tech-savvy world, it’s great to have a b/f who can make your laptop, desktop, and just about anything else that plugs into a wall behave itself.
This is simply the difference between males and females.
3.) They’re more romantic than they’re given credit for. Ok true, their idea of romance might be to make up a spiffy web-page with all the reasons why they love you, with links to pics of you and sonnets and such... but hey. It lasts longer than flowers, plus you can show your friends.
As can well thought out presents by someone who isn't a geek.
Ive just realised this isnt serious. Peace out.
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:rofl: haha good stuff geeks are :cool:
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mountain dew? twinkies? Got some nice Americanisms there. Though it is true.
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I love geeks. They're ever so grateful.
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I'm a geek, will someone date me? :p:
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oh yeh, theres the beauty and the geek starting soon again, do u lot know when?
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to me this just sounds like go out with a geek because he can be a puppet.

also if you think geeks dont want to get into your pants, think again. all men want to get into girls pants (except the gayones of course)
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true true, its jus dat geeks are more shy bout it. And the "good men" (the ones that treat you proper, apparently) wont let you know the wanna
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geeks are cool, care-free and love life!

plus very caring and sensitive creatures
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Geeks are this and that.

Like everyone else.

Its the individuals you want to be scared of, because they're more like everyone else than anyone else.

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Of course those of you saying you get all types of geeks are right, but this certainly rings true, from my experience.

My boyfriend is a complete computer nerd (he's going to study computer game programming at uni!) and he's really lovely. I feel a lot more comfortable with him than with my previous boyfriends (though they were both a little bit geeky too...), like I don't worry about whether I'm wearing makeup or have done my hair. And yeah, he'd liked me for MONTHS and never dared to tell me.

Huzzah for geeks!
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Hmm, is there no list on why geek lasses are good to date?
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(Original post by ImperceptibleNinja)
Hmm, is there no list on why geek lasses are good to date?
I don't know about in general, but among geeky guys they're the stuff of legend. Imagine how a geeky guy would feel if he found a girl who was interested in the same geeky stuff - a girl who liked computer gaming, say, or D&D (playing to the stereotypes)? It would be like geek heaven.
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Imagine how a geeky guy would feel if he found a girl who was interested in the same geeky stuff - a girl who liked computer gaming
Someone been reading ctr+alt+del ?
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(Original post by Keziah)
Someone been reading ctr+alt+del ?
Nope. Besides, I'm a maths geek, not a computer geek.
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Hello boys, I know how to make clickable links


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(Original post by bunthulhu)
Hello boys, I know how to make clickable links


OMG! :eek: Marry me.
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