We don’t like “nerds”
“Nerdiness” can either hurt or seriously boost a guy’s game. If a man goes on and on about World of Warcraft, that’s one thing. But, if he just knows a lot about science, the stock market, the changing economy, politics, computer software—that screams ambition to us. The nerd in high school and even college is often the CEO, the owner of an innovative startup, the sought after engineer or the computer programming mogul later on in life. We can see past mediocre looks and maybe an awkward sense of style if there is clearly intelligence and drive there.