Dating for geeks review guide
I like wearing geeky shirts because it shows who I am and what I like, and if that turns anyone off, they suck.
Even as someone who is already in a (very geeky) relationship, the book still provides some fun ideas for things to do (and other advice) for when things get more serious.
In each episode, both the guy and the girl educate the other to face two different challenges, including how to change a tire and to salsa dance.
In the end, two teams face off, and one is eliminated. Changing someone's shallow judgment on national TV through a reality show sounds interesting.
They all are left with some moral and educational lessons.
And we're stuck wondering why such nice guys couldn't get dates before, regardless of how they look.
This hilarious primer leads geeks of all ages through the perils and pitfalls of meeting women, going on dates, getting serious, breaking up, and establishing a successful lifelong relationship (hint: it’s time to invest in new bedsheets).
Sometimes got a little bit too much, especially when there was a whole bunch of references that I didn’t understand, all in a row, but that’s just because they weren’t in my area of geekiness (like video games The author gives dating tips by comparing real life to geeky TV shows, comic books, video games, movies, etc.
I didn’t agree with every piece of advice given, for example: ‘Don’t wear a geeky shirt on the first date’.
Initially, the article incorrectly listed Esther Zinn’s app and business as “She Geek”. The error was editorial on my part, and not made by the article’s author Eric Smith. Since this particular question falls a little bit out of my realm of expertise, I’ve reached out to a friend to help me out with this one.
– Glen to write a weekly geek dating advice column. Geekosystem readers and anonymous dater, I’d like to introduce you to Esther Zinn, the founder and Editor-in-Chief of She Seek.
is a news and pop culture site that has a large community of queer lady geeks, and they occasionally host a speed-dating night at local bookstores that brings in a lot of good people.