Geek guide to dating
If you haven't checked it out yet, now is a good time!
You keep your action figures in their original packaging (well, one set, anyways).It can be really easy to start bickering over the validity of a modern day Sherlock Holmes, but don’t use your shared passions to compete with one another. As a result, many geeks don’t spend a lot of time or money improving themselves.Instead, use it to grow closer, share experiences and discover new things. Go buy a nice pair of jeans and a top that isn’t from Threadless and walk confidently.I’ve been a self-identified nerd since I was 16, but I didn’t always date within my identity. Unless you’re cosplaying every week, I wouldn’t base a relationship on it. This comes out in trivia contests, coffee shop conversations and comment sections. Comic books, LEGO sets and action figures all require a commitment of both financial resources and time. Instead, look at this as an opportunity to show a side of yourself to this person and share it with them. In the end, I appreciate that we have our own interests. And as always, my compliments to the kick ass rights team at Quirk Books. Barnes & Noble picked The Geek's Guide to Dating as their Daily Find for San Diego Comic Con!
The book has a little belly band wrap around it, that pink bar on the bottom. So excited to get my own finished copies of this one.
A date should be no different.)Elizabeth Giorgi is a writer and filmmaker from Minneapolis.
She blogs about mixing life as a nerd with her career at
In 2010, she was nominated for a Webby and won an Emmy for Science of Watchmen.
You keep your action figures in their original packaging.
He’s written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Weekly, and I CHOO CHOO CHOOSE YOU: What Kind of Geek Do You Want to Date? BEYOND THUNDERDOME: The Aftermath of a Date GET READY FOR A SURPRISE!