What captures the interest of men (really, all people)? You don't want Nuts, because (think Rose, Melanie Lynskey's character from 2 1/2 men) devotion shouldn't be pathological.
This works out great because now you have extra time on Tuesday nights for a Netflix marathon or a night out with the girls while your man runs his weekly Dn D session. You can bet that your Christmas gift isn’t going to be some lame infomercial product or random gift certificate at the mall. Not to worry—he’ll be able to see some potential in that run down Cape you can barely afford.4. Speaking of gifts and holidays — your man will never forget them!
The best part—he doesn’t expect you to be interested in his hobbies, and doesn’t feel the need to explain them to you either (Honestly, who can say that about Monday night football? He can give you an accurate figure of how long you’ve been dating, engaged or married right down to the day. It’s no surprise that most geeks have impressive career goals and positive job outlooks.
Why you should date the nerdy guy So when considering whether to ignore that geeky neighbor of yours who seemingly does not have an active social life, think about these reasons first: #1 They are great in conversations.
If you’re the type of girl who values great conversation over hot sex, then geeky dudes might be a good bet for you.
But "party" is a synonym for a transaction with a sex worker, and devotion has to go beyond transactional relating.
I'm trying to be a bit cautious, because I don't want to imply sex-negativity.On a serious note however, I really would love to get to know all of them.I guess they are all really smart when it is about coding an application within minutes, or the specs of the latest gadget etc. They’re no longer the guys who are in the shadows, as they are now the new IT guys. If we don’t count the athletes and the celebrities, normal geeky dudes who are living in the same city block as we do actually take home more money than most non-professional-athlete jocks. * These guys not only prefer brains over vanity, but they are also the ones with the big bucks, as they tend to be in high-paying industries.Your husband will also check the ratings and reviews on almost every product that he buys (hello Amazon! Now, I’m not advocating that you move to Silicon Valley and marry the first web developer you can find, but there is something to be said for financial stability in a life partner, and it shouldn’t be overlooked.6. They are loyal to their chosen geekdom, and most importantly — loyal to you.