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How to get a girl: A guide for geeks like myself.

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In this Instructable, you, yes you, will learn the secrets of landing yourself a true girlfreind.This is not a guide only for geeks, but for every guy that can say "Im single" Follow these simple steps, and the REAL ladies will flock to you. errrr hopefully. Read the instructable to find out more.
 
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Step 1: Know yourself

This is actually a VERY important step. seriously. I know it sounds corny and weird.... but trust me its not.

As you can see below, the photos of myself show that I truly am a geek. One of my favorite hobbies is nerf. oh yes. nothing like 2inch foam darts flying at highspeeds.

Anyways, nerfing is NOT the most uh, macho hobby. So how does a total nerd get a totally attractive female life partner?

Before you can hope to get involved with and understand a girl, you must understand yourself. Who are you really? what are your hobbies? your likes? your dislikes? Most important, what are your convictions? You NEVER comprimise your convictions for a girl. EVER.

so, do you feel like you know yourself pretty well?
If you do then we can go on to the next step.

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Nice article i recommend you to visit this website www.manhood101.com and read their E book or watch their YouTube videos it will help in dating

Nice article i recommend you to visit this website www.manhood101.com and read their E book or watch their YouTube videos it will help in dating

HammE11 months ago
I need help with the asking her out part, i have no gut to walk up to a girl and ask her out. I have people ask a girl out for me. I swear they also HATE me. I have asked out like 12 girls in my whole life (i'm 14) and they all said no, no joke! I can't tell why, i'm really good at engineering. I guess girls just care if you have a six pack abs these days.
bloke20223 years ago
You may have forgotten one, but you can probably spell "parentheses"
lol I noticed that also
I know the background to darth revan in knights of the old republic and the girl I like is not into that kind of stuff but she is a nerd please help me!
One problem for me is I'm a huge nerd like
You made one flaw. Girls aren't everywhere. I work on construction sites during the day and for my entertainment goods I buy at the comic book store. These are the two places I spend most of my time outside of home, but neither have many females.

So where should I hang out to find these geek friendly girls?
thanks your guied has helped me so much thanks.
The only thing I can add to this is don't wait to long otherwise you will be friend zoned which is bad if you want to go anywhere with your woman.
jonnybo1111 year ago
Dude one thing to add never kiss in front of a stone chip clad garage. I did and the girl threw my head into it by accident. Not nice!
shagens1 year ago
One problem though. I myself am a geek. I love film and videogames, but epically movies. I love talking about them, action, horror, comedy, etc. What if your self are ugly though. I mean I don't look like Jabba the Hutt or anything but I am not good looking at all. I'm like a 20 year old, less fat version of Chunk from the Goonies. What if you are also ugly, a geek, and (according to some people at least) annoying? How do you get a girl then?
freeza362 years ago
nice guitar man. Mexican made or American?
Dreistein3 years ago
bru im also a geek i get sooo nervuse im 14 and i havent eaven kissed a girl!
11877 Dreistein2 years ago
Same here the worst is I live where walking around the block is asking for trouble so I don't even meet girls outside of school
zglynn2 years ago
did this work four yo
Cobalt593 years ago
Is Christy your sister? :) :D (trollface)
Tortus3333 years ago
I wouldn't ask to "date" or ask to be their boyfriend or whatever. I think it's better to ask if they'd like to "go on a date" because it's harder to say no to one date than a relationship, and after the date you guys can assess whether you want to become a couple.
yosaulox3 years ago
hahaha is your sister right? hahaha
cd415 years ago
"They don't usually bite." Well one can only hope eh? lol
DarkSalt cd414 years ago
Only the twihards my friend, only the twihards.
Too true.
abadfart cd415 years ago
lol they do
cd41 abadfart5 years ago
:D lol
Acepilot424 years ago
hmm i have been talking to two girls. on is beautiful, and the other is not so much, but she is not ugly. the beautiful one is actually nice, caring, and generous. she is not a stuck up, rich and popular girl. she is in band and plays clarinet, so she is about four rows in front of me she always laughs and agrees at what i say. like i said, she is nice.
            the other girl sits next to me in band...right next to me. we both play trumpet (i know i said i play  guitar, but that is the instrument i play at home).
i am first chair, and she is second. she sometimes laughs at whay i say, but sometimes she gets mad at me (jokingly though) for example, i had a cold and got over it. the next few days after that, she started to get a soar throat. she said "i think i feel a cold coming on",then looks at me with an evil face.(like i said, Jokingly). she said "if i get a cold, i will beat you in the gead with my trumpet case." i dont really know which one i should go after, i like bothe of them
The second girl you described actually sounds better for a relationship TO ME. However, just go with which ever one you feel like you couldn't live without. Stay friends with the one you didn't choose, though. You never know if the girl you pick first will dump you. Have backups. Just so you know where I am coming from in telling you this, my situation is: I had someone who was a "borderline" girlfriend. That is to say, she for a while acted as if she liked me: writing a song about us (she is musical), going to Prom with me HAPPILY when I asked her, and keeping in constant touch with me. We never said "I love you," or "let's be boyfriend/girlfriend," but we sure acted as if we had. Then about a month later, she chose a boy friend without even telling me. (We go to different schools, so I couldn't tell) I noticed it on her Facebook page, a few days before our next date. At the date, I asked her about it, and she admitted it like it was the best thing that had ever happened to her. Then we broke up without even mentioning the words "break-up," because she cut off all communication with me. I sent her emails: they went unreplied. The few times I managed to get her to pick up the telephone, she kept up the "girlfriend" pretense with me, vaguely suggesting get-togethers that I later found out were never going to happen. Looking back, I wish I had told her I love her, instead of this horrible mess happening. I needed to take the initiative and give her what she so obviously wanted: a declared boyfriend. Learn from my mistakes. (Sorry this reply is so long, I just had to do it justice.)
Well think about what you truly want in a relationship, then think about what each one offers. Choose the one that will be closer to what you want. Or if she's a commanding type, like my current one, she'll just one day call you her boyfriend and your chance with the other one will be burned. Thank you and have a nice day!
whats up with have a nice day?
I don't know. I just sort of do that.
with the "!" it makes it look like you are angry with the person you are conversing with.
That was kind of random.
not really because it has to do with what we were talking about.
Well actually, we were talking about the "Have a nice day" part. The exclamation point was there to add emphasis to the fact that usually people raise their voices slightly when saying that. Kind of like "Good Bye!" or "Hello!" With that stated, I believe this conversation is over.
yes this conversation is over
heres a point: when talking with girls, dont talk forever about the same thing, like this conversation.
mhm
 just hang out and be nice to both of them and let time tell
GaryMeow4 years ago
Very true step B)
i mean... the points in this step....? the things that r said in this step are true.
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