I’ve been dating a person for almost 3 months, and he is terrific and lovely. I know we’re both currently not seeing anyone else. I’m at the point where I would like to have a low-stress check-in about how we’re both feeling regarding exclusivity and commitment. Including at Ruby Finch's birthday party, on Friday night, where I was too chicken to flirt with some hot uber-politico nerd-dude. And Hot Band Guy writing back to defend # # #After my exceptionally fun evening of speed-dating with the nerds, I decided to get in touch with the man who organized and MC-ed the whole event, on Matt Wasowski, AKA "The Boss of Nerd Nite" (as well as the author of the very nerdy book, MAURA: So, Matt: Nerd-flirting! MATT: There's really only one thing you need to know: Get a nerd drunk and have your way with him. For instance, take the world's sexiest rock-star drummer, like a Tommy Lee. I can certainly be somewhat nerdy about books and movies and indie rock--I guess. Check out Friday's post for comments from Arlo Pumpernickel, defending Hot Band Guy! The title isn't exclusively reserved for scientists and Trekkies.
To find out, our production manager Chris Lough went on a date with the author himself!” The cliche rejoinder of “Yes: show up” is a tempting (and frankly, obvious) response, but it does a real disservice to both men and women.As much as guys like to toss around the idea that women can get a date – or laid – without effort, if it were true, every single woman’s magazine out there wouldn’t be plastered with advice on how to catch, keep and please a man.Maybe she —but if she’s on a quest, you might just be another annoying NPC.Plot your course carefully, and follow this flight path: Make a plan of attack.