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Nerdfighterlike

This is a group for all those Nerdfighters who want to find other Nerdfighters to fall into Nerdfighterlike with.

Website: http://nerdfighters.ning.com/group/nerdfighterlike
Location: Nerdfighteria.
Members: 2321
Latest Activity: yesterday

Nerdfighters! Attention all Nerdfighters!!
Have you ever wanted someone else to Nerdfighter like?
I have.
It's the sole reason I made this group.
To help other Nerdfighters who want to fall into Nerdfighter like with others.
After all, John has actually made a video comemmorating Nerdfighter like between two Nerdfighters before. He hoped they would make Nerdfighter babies.
How cool would that be? We're interbreeding and making a Nerdfighter race!
Someone to work at that Evil Baby Orphanage.

I'm tired of typing the word Nerdfighter.
So if you would like to fall into Nerdfighter like with another Nerdfighter...
Or if you want your friends to fall into Nerdfighter like with another Nerdfighter...
Or if you just support Nerdfighter inter-breeding...

You're most welcome to join. ^_^

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Anyone in their twenties here? 432 Replies

Started by Lainey. Last reply by Jessica Stewart yesterday.

Funny sexy nerdy talk about those boys and those girls (and their cute faces)! 1086 Replies

Started by Marissa McPants. Last reply by Morgan "Firebrand" Furst Sep 5, 2013.

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Comment by Samantha on June 10, 2009 at 7:43pm
@Marissa
I'm sorry that nothing happened with exams but it doesn't sound like it's over yet! I don't think it's too forward to wish him a happy birthday. It is cute and definitely a positive step. Maybe you could try to get your birthday greeting to be a bit more personal by making a joke about the exam you just shared... Whatever you do and no matter how frustrating this may get, just remember that you have to be comfortable with yourself. You're putting yourself out there and that's scary but it would be wonderful if this gave you a new sense of self-confidence! : )
Remember, you're awesome!
Comment by Marissa McPants on June 10, 2009 at 6:43pm
Late? That's okay, my nights go by really quickly as I am doing 8,004 things at once, so I feel like you responded like 30 minutes ago. :D
That is a fabulous idea, and I actually sent him a message on Facebook this evening (I prefer email, but Facebook is easier for now), as his birthday is tomorrow and I wanted to wish him a happy day. I got really nervous about it, and asked my best friend if it was okay. She told me I was being cute. I still don't know if it's too forward...
The problem with him, though, is that we will be having a really good conversation through Facebook messaging or something, and he will end it by saying he will have to go, and we won't start the conversation back up when he is back at his computer or anything. I feel weird starting all of the conversations all the time.
I love this little conversation so much. I get all giddy when my computer dings and I see an email from the ning. <3
Comment by Michelle T on June 10, 2009 at 6:38pm
@Marrisa
You said earlier that you and him don't hang out outside of school, I think you should. You could start a casual email correspondence with him this summer, and then mention sometime down the road that you haven't seen him in a while and that you guys should hang out. Or at least give him the idea that your open to the possibility of hanging outside of school. This does two things, it progresses your friendship with him and it provides for a smoother transition if you decide to begin a romantic relationship with him. It is best, in this situation it seems, to start spending more time with each other. That way you know each other better. You learn new things about each other and at that point you can decide whether or not you are better off as friends or partners. As for the smooth transition thing, it's just easier to glide right into a relationship rather than make a large jump there. Starting off on a rocky foundation may potentially harm a relationship and if the relationship were to end, it would make it an even harder transition to being friends again.

The whole situation is tricky but I believe that furthering your friendship with him is the next natural, of course this is your life and your opinion and you may choose to do whatever you like.

I hoped I helped a bit.
(Oh and sorry for the semi late response.)
Comment by Marissa McPants on June 10, 2009 at 5:35pm
One time I met a nerdfighter, and we had many conversations back and forth, but he was one of those people who has very strong opinions that he thinks are fact. That is one of my pet peeves, and it absolutely drives me crazy. It's easier being his friend who just grins to herself when he goes on one of his rants. Does that make sense? That something would bother you to the ends of the earth when in a romantic type relationship, but it isn't as big of a deal if you're just friends?

And, guys, I have to say, nothing happened with the cute crush boy. He was still working on his exam when I finished mine and left, but I did wave at him? *headdesk* I probably would have chickened out anyway.
Comment by thegunnster on June 10, 2009 at 3:32pm
Wow! This is so much better than "Yahoo! Answers," haha. We need "Ask A Nerdfighter" or something!

@Marissa and Samantha,
I was one of those people who would date guys just because I didn't want to be alone. I never had trouble finding a boyfriend, but, unfortunately, it meant lowering my expectations. As a result, I ended up with a lot of jerks who I would stick with much longer than I should have. Plus, I always ended up feeling alone anyway. I definitely wouldn't advise it.
Comment by Marissa McPants on June 10, 2009 at 2:31pm
That's true, there are stories you hear, where people pair up to ward off loneliness or even to make someone else jealous, and it works out between them.
But more often then not, you just end up unhappy. I've done this before.
And it's killed my self esteem when it comes to relationships.
Comment by Samantha on June 10, 2009 at 2:05pm
No, that's exactly how I feel. I feel that most people tend to date just to date or in order to not be alone (and that is probably a cause of a lot of the drama)... I really do want a boyfriend...but when I think of a boyfriend I think of a person whom I genuinely care about (and someone who's at least a little nerdy.) : )
Comment by Marissa McPants on June 10, 2009 at 1:50pm
Jason, I don't think any of us just "want a boyfriend". I mean, sure, we could probably go out and find some guy who is just looking to score, but that isn't what we, or at least I, want.
I don't want to be stuck with someone I don't like, just to get a boyfriend.
Sorry, I didn't mean to speak for any of you guys. :D
Comment by Samantha on June 10, 2009 at 1:13pm
Thanks Jason, it's nice to hear that I'm not the only one in this situation. As for the "ask someone who won't say no..." Was that a serious suggestion? : )
I am glad that I don't have to deal with all of the drama I hear about but still...
Comment by Samantha on June 10, 2009 at 1:03pm
Wow! Nerdfighters = Therapists? Awesome! : )
I'm afraid that I can't be of much help. I've always been too shy to ask any one out (Plus, there aren't many nerdboys at my school). The only thing is, now I'm about to graduate high school without having been in any sort of relationship. Is that sort of pathetic? : (
I don't suppose you awesome people could share a bit more advice?
 

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