I'm almost sure I am except for one other girl a couple grades above me, but I've been working on converting my lunch table! (We're all major nerds. :D)
i know there are other nerdfighters in Melbourne, Australia, but i am yet to meet a single one.
i have an equally taxing sich. i've stumbled across Nerdfighter notes...so i know there are others in some places i frequent across the state of Iowa, but no real way to track them down...so far
I felt like this until I went to see John speak at Clowes Hall at Butler University. And when I went there I suspected about 100 maybe and there was more like 1,000. But I know that there are no Nerdfighters in my school because I go to a tiny private school with like 55 people in the whole high school. And I practically have no friends so yeah Indiana is not short of Nerdfighters but every part of Indiana that I'm in has a Nerdfighter population of 1.
I live in Ohio,an hour away from Toledo. It's this little city named Napoleon. I'm pretty sure there NO Nerdfighters here,but luckly for me, next fall I am going to an art school in Toledo where I'm almost sure I'll find some nerdfighters.......
I mean they even have a quidditch team....
Yeah, there will deffinately be nerdfighters there.
Sadly, I am almost certain that I am the only nerdfighter in South Dakota.
you might be surprised... have you checked out the group pages or where are the Nerdfighters?
I'm the only Nerdfighter I know. And the only Harry Potter fandomer I know. It's a sad, lonely existence that I won't bore you with.
What few muggle friends I have just don't understand. Neither do my parents who are concerned about our name. I love being a member of such Awesome groups as the HPA and the Nerdfighters, I have absolutely no one to share it with. I am so proud of what we've done. Just trying to tell people about Helping Haiti Heal and looking at their confused faces makes me wonder why they think we're the weird ones when we're doing so much good.
In my small city in West Yorkshire I've been looking in Waterstones for John Green and Maureen Johnson books since I knew they existed, to no avail. Until last month, when a notelet fell out of the only copy of Looking for Alaska. The biggest grin ever just appeared on my face as I knew perfectly well what it was about and no one in the store would have had a clue. I guess it was someone working there as my town is full of, in my humble opinion, idiots who just don't get it. Anyway, it had www.youtube.com/alex on it. I had to go next door to buy a pen to write back as I couldn't find mine!
Isn't it Awesome?
Being the small town Anadarko is, I wouldn't be surprised to be the only one here.