Gold medalist in the women's snowboard slopestyle Jamie Anderson of the United States smiles during the medals ceremony at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb.
2 View All Next »This is the week that I decide to alienate more than half of my audience. However, geeks, like all other creatures, crave love, acceptance, intimacy and companionship.
they find themselves at a complete loss as to how to proceed. Why risk the anxiety of not knowing how to continue a conversation when you know you already have all the same interests in common? She wouldn’t find your collection of anime maquettes juvenille, she’d want to know where you got that Kotobuki Tsugumi Bunny PVC, she’s been trying to find one for months!
She’ll be enchanted by your stories about how your guild was the first to raid the Lich-King.
Bonding is so much easier when you can just talk about video games and comic books instead of having to sweat out finding what you have in common!
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It’s notoriously difficult to pull a geek outside of his comfort zone; the world hates and fears him, therefore why should he have anything to do with the world outside of the tiny slice that values him.
This tendency towards withdrawing into themselves extends into all aspects of their lives.They tend to be loners and introverts and uncomfortable in large social gatherings or with new people.Their early experiences with being taunted, humiliated and judged by others leads them to prefer the company of their fellow geeks almost exclusively; they have their niche and they’re quite happy there, thank you very much.Women are already arousing and intimidating objects of desire in geek culture; trying to socialize with them is venturing in to true It’s worth noting that the Geek Girl is different from a girl who is a geek.The Geek Girl is the culmination of geek fantasies.She’s waiting in line for the midnight release for Halo 4 and Kingdom Hearts Posterior Aphasia.