By Julie Fishman In the great wide world of dating, the options are numerous.
But amid the hodgepodge of hunks, be sure not to overlook the often ignored nerds.
A nerd may be someone who wouldn't know the first thing about asking a guy out because she's in love with math and science. Whatever your definition of a nerd, read on for tips on how to think like a nerd, act like a nerd, and maybe even dress like a nerd.
Huffington Post reports that online dating is now the second-most common way for couples to meet!
The series finale was titled "The Internet Show", an episode in which fans of the show voted on the outcome online.
Focusing on the lives of twenty-somethings Pete Dunville, Michael Bergen and Sharon Carter, the show was originally based on the life of its creator.
The second season saw the arrival of two additional recurring characters, Johnny Donnelly (Nathan Fillion) and Ashley Walker (Suzanne Cryer).The series stars Ryan Reynolds as Michael Leslie "Berg" Bergen, Richard Ruccolo as Peter "Pete" Dunville and Traylor Howard, as campus beauty Sharon Carter (later Carter-Donnelly).In many ways, he's right: nerds make the world run, if not exactly ruling the world.While they may not be smooth or strapping, nerds make fantastic boyfriends. They're Compassionate: Dorky dudes spend their early years playing the butt of every joke.Since they know how it feels to be hurt, scared, lonely, embarrassed and sad, they’re typically more receptive to your emotions and understanding of your problems.2. They're Romantic: The number of video games that involve saving a princess then winning her heart have made a lot of dorks hopeless romantics who want nothing more than a girl of their own to “rescue.” Thoughtful and chivalrous, geeks treat their women well.8 .