Dyd interview with dating gurus


But Smith argues that everyone’s equal in pursuing a date, but geeks in general could use some tips. Women aren’t princesses who need saving, and no one wants to be treated as such.

And by the same token, there’s nothing aimed at LGBTQ singletons. If you want some embarrassing pick up lines that’ll make you cringe, there’s a Howard Wallowitz “Pickup Scientist” Meme you and your readers can flip though. What is the most ultimate tip geeks can take away from this book? The book definitely encourages that, again and again. Til then, fussing over new book ideas and blogging away.


Revealing that he advises his clients to go abroad to seek love, Richard said: 'British women are very famous for moaning, complaining all the time.

Besides these facts – the book would make for a fun gift for your endearingly awkward friend and we could all probably learn something new within these pages, no matter how geeky you think you are or not. By day, I can be found working at Quirk Books, a publisher in Philadelphia who puts out an array of appropriately geeky books. If that doesn’t explain it, I don’t know what will.

I spoke with Smith to find out about his motives, get some style tips and find out what he really thinks about geek stigmas. I also run a hyper-local geek blog with one of my best friends, a site called Geekadelphia, and a black tie awards show called the Philly Geek Awards, where we honour local geeks in and around our city.

Previously on RWN, I put together a couple of articles that featured interviews with conservative women on dating (Part 1, Part 2).

The articles were a big hit and I had several people ask me when I was going to do a follow-up with conservative men.And games, man, I have an almost crippling addition to video gaming. I’ve been known to take days off work to play through the latest blockbuster title, and whenever there is a new Halo out, I put my Master Chief suit on and pick it up at the local Gamestop or FYE. What differentiates geeks in dating than anybody else? Where’s the line between telling someone to be themselves and then telling them what to change in order to get a date? There are far too many movies that encourage that kind of behavior.



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