If he's able to spend 45 minutes explaining the different ways to tune a snare drum, then he's a nerd, too, on top of being a rock star NERDS ARE JUST LIKE THE REST OF US (OR WE'RE ALL LIKE THEM) MATT: Truth be told, I think we're all nerds — nearly every single one of us. The fact that he was having a hard time figuring it out was, in its own weird way, a compliment.I made him guess — and finally, he went with "nerd." And again, strangely, I was flattered. Increase your pool of potential matches, anonymously share information in a way that allows you to filter out poor matches and rank potential good matches,then live happily ever after. To the quantitatively minded, online dating makes sense.Provide enough information so that the voluntarily and emphatically childless are not tempted by your siren song. Post at least one less attractive photo of yourself. It's not merely a question of honestly portraying yourself, it's about weeding out the love-hungry that are interested in your physical appearance.5. Ok Cupid asks you to list the six things you could never do without.It's easy enough to work this into your text by saying something like, "I enjoy building Lego sets with my kids, who live with me (choose one: all of the time, most of the time, some of the time)."3. In the end, don't we all want to be cherished and accepted as who we really are? Here's what not to write: food, water, air, your friends, sex, movies/books/music. You don't want lots and lots of hits, you want the right hits. Your online profile should have proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation.HOW TO MAKE THE FIRST MOVE ON A NERD MAURA: I've had dudes tell me: "Guys love it when women make the first move." But in my own experience, things never seem to work out that well when I take the initiative. MATT: I've never met any male who didn't like being sought out by a lass.Fellas are so accustomed to making first move after first move, that it's both refreshing and flattering to be sought.
He will talk about it if presented with a willing and enthusiastic audience — particularly a female one.
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.
For instance, take the world's sexiest rock-star drummer, like a Tommy Lee. We all have oodles of insecurities about our strange quirks, and we're all dying to find that special someone who will find those quirks interesting. In fact, I was once dating a nerd, and he asked me whether I was cool or nerdy in high school.
MATT: Just tell him you're a nerd too and share a story about how you were a smart little kid or can name 65 different handbag designers.
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.