I’m sure you’ve run into both of these breeds around campus.First there are the tall, buff, popular guys often sporting their football warm-ups with perfectly messy locks, flashing their toothpaste commercial-worthy smiles. Instead of jerseys, they rock collared button-downs tucked into their khakis or T-shirts with math and video game references plastered on the front.They know everything from the history to the latest installment on the widescreen.You may get lost when you're boy tries telling you he loves you in Vulcan or starts to babble on about whatever killed Spock, but you’ll get a hang of it sooner or later. Your geeky lover boy may be just around the corner, and they are not hard to spot.was first applied to anyone boring, socially awkward or uncool.They were just a little bit "off", fair game for exclusion and mockery.
You can put on a few pounds or wear sweatpants all day erryday and your nerd doesn't give a fuck.
Maybe they spent every day of their childhood inside figuring things out and maybe that's benefitting you now?
The most important point of all is that not every girl is after them since they aren't the typical handsome jock, so it's unlikely you'll be faced with much competition, and even more unlikely anyone is going to try to steal him from you.
Yet these geeks, nerds, and dorks (or whatever other social label you want to stick on them) are becoming coveted for more than their brains.
Beneath their glasses and moments of awkwardness lies desirable boyfriend material… Contrary to the movies we’ve grown up with of girls drooling over the hunks while heartlessly rejecting their nerdy secret admirers, people will now often tell you to forget about the hot popular guys because the geeky ones actually make the best boyfriends.