I agree with doing a happy dance. You must then proceed to put stuff on your head. You must then make a promise to eventually watch all of their videos. Well the last one is not required but that's what I've been doing in my spare time in college and I love watching it all grow into what it has become. I'm now halfway through Brotherhood 2.0 and it's awsome. :D
Well, you should watch the March 14, 2007 vlogbrothers video. That really helps. Write a verse to the nerdfighter song, do a happy dance, leave some comments....
But most importantly:
Just be yourself, and make the world a better place. That's all a nerdfighter really is!
1: Do a happy dance
2: start adding "...in your pants" to the titles of the books you read.
Well, when I recently became a nerdfighter, I got a ning page, subscribed to Vlogbrothers and that's about it. To answer the question in your tags, I like hippopotomi personally
Put something on your head
Hey, I'm a new Nerdfighter, well i've been a Nerdfighter for a while, but i just recently joined the website. I was wondering how the website effects Nerdfighting?
Well, this website makes it easier to connect with and meet other nerdfighters.Whether its forming gatherings, becoming penpals, being in the blurbbing book club, or even starting group video projects,the ning has everything you need. :)
Basically its a place where nerdfighters from every where can talk, share intrests, and decrease worldsuck.
You could join nerdy groups, post photos, and talk, get to know, and become friends with other nerdfighters without the tyrany of the decepticons.
I hope you enjoy the ning and never FTBA.
what she said. and welcome Amy!
I became an official nerd fighter 5 minutes ago. Welcome to the world.
welcome to you Cassandra! how are you liking the ning so far?
I am new here to and I'm kind of... nervous, I don't know why! I hope I could meet new friends here! =)
no need to be nervous...though i suppose i can understand the reaction, lots of activity from awesome people you've never met... but being made of awesome means they're much more likely to be understanding than welcoming.