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50 Reasons to Date a Geek & I'm back

In the dating world, geeks are often overlooked. However, many geeks are what you might call a diamond in the rough. Geeks make excellent boyfriends, girlfriends, and spouses. Although many of these are generalizations, we’ve found 50 reasons why geeks have a lot to offer the dating world. and I'm back from another mind trip, again.


  1. Welcome back, and well said. I married a 'geek' he is the greatest. :)

  2. Kinzi
    Kinzi, yesterday I spent like 30 minutes trying to recall something and when it happened you were the pointer :-)

  3. Yes in a way some geeks are good but then their r other geeks who i hav known to be a real hassel. I dated a so called "geeK' as you would call it and all he did was be a compelte jerk poke you be really anoyin wouldn't recomend dating one but hey if that's what you like awsome =)


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