Dating a female geek
The irrational and inconsistent behavior of the motorists has led me to endlessly deal with traffic split up between drivers who like to go 40MPH (usually in the left lane) and those who like to go 80MPH, with nothing in between.
Experienced internet dater Andrew Gibson, 47, considers himself an expert at recognising the red flags.It’s as if a geek in Silicon Valley invented a language, only forgot to tell anybody, let alone publish a dictionary.There you are, profile finally written, ready to step into a world of gorgeous singletons, and nobody warns you about the linguistic pitfalls."If the woman tries to touch all the bases, for example by saying she loves going out on the razzle, but is equally happy pottering about at home, I’m suspicious," he says."It’s too contrived." Faced with the pressure to write well and avoid clichés, it’s tempting, perhaps, to take the easy option and dash off something brief and ungrammatical, much as you would a text.