Stop creeping Craigslist and use these suggestions to find the nerd love of your life.
Of course, I would say Nerd Bastards.com, but we don’t have a dating section, and an email to someone you don’t know can be more than a little difficult, especially for you shy nerds out there!
There are LARPs that meet up sometimes once or twice a month. When I go to a tournament, I am prepared to breath the fumes of truly dedicated players (they even go over strategies in lieu of actually showering…) You can find all sorts of girls at TCG/D20 tournaments, however, the reason there fantastic and eye opening events made it to the number 4 spot is that some of the girls who come to these could possibly be sympathetic girlfriends who simply tolerate their significant others’ habits..
You have to shell out some money, work on a character, and get costumed up, because these girls will expect perfection. While you would definitely not MIND having a girl like this, we can all agree that a girl who participate is waaaaay better. – These are the people generally in the tournaments, but they have money- woot!
This is very hard when you are going into eighth grade! I don't know why, but she apparently hates indie rock and alternative music.
E Comicons, Blizzcon, Botcon, Anime Cons, E3 (if you can get tickets, lucky mother fucker….). I mean think about it, smart, funny, and usually sexy in one way or another- that’s a helluva find!
– This is a perfect choice because there’s no wondering if the person you’re talking to is indeed female (usually…make sure the boobs are real, and if she lets you touch them that’s a score! You also have some totally sexy girls with body paint that is used as a costume. Also, these girls may possibly be looking for geek guys. LARPing– It’s Guaranteed anyone you meet there will be a hardcore nerd, but be careful, you might get a sandbag of Lv L 8 doom in your face!
It's pretty easy to tell: They send the same message over and over, often with the same link.
But there's a type of dating site scam that's far trickier to spot, and the people who operate it claim to be making thousands of dollars every month fooling vulnerable men.