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Either way I can't say I'm super surprised about there being creeps at the speed dating event.I went to one of them at a local con, There were some odd people but the guy who got the most numbers in my particular session attended a fairly prestigious school and seemed like a normal enough guy when I talked to him the next day.As Mother Nature would have it, nerds are attracted to other nerds.For seven years now, upstate New Yorker Ryan Glitch has expedited the courting process among eligible comic book convention bachelors and bachelorettes with a service titled Sci-Fi Speed Dating.Sadly, Episode 1 of Geek Love on You Tube shows literally the worst possible experience for the girls but I did not see anything remotely close to that bad at my session. They had so few female participants that they had to grab married women and girls with boyfriends to participate.There were probably 150 men still in line after the ten or so completed the first round (I was in the first round).
The smart-yet-fun folks of Nerd Nite are bringing Speed Dating back to C2E2!
Maybe they spent every day of their childhood inside figuring things out and maybe that's benefitting you now? If you were thrown in a garbage can every Tuesday of sophomore year and the girl you asked to prom literally choked herself laughing (and then said, "Hell no"), you're probably really careful with other people's feelings. Your nerd is going to give you the best fucking hug.
You can both just do you, riding into the sunset on a unicorn (you know, the one they designed for a special game of D&D).
Despite calling myself a geek, I actually have never gone to any cons before.
I definitely hear about all the worst examples of con attendees, though. Is it mostly normal, well-adjusted people and a few bad apples or do they actually attract all the flying freak flags?
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