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What does a nerd mean?
A nerd is a person seen as overly intellectual, obsessive, introverted or lacking social skills. Originally derogatory, the term “nerd” was a stereotype, but as with other pejoratives, it has been reclaimed and redefined by some as a term of pride and group identity.
How do nerds behave?
A nerd is someone who is always curious and always learning, especially (though not exclusively) about intellectual pursuits. We nerds are unique individuals; but we have common traits that are advantageous in the workplace and in life. Whatever your definition of a nerd is, read on for tips on how to become one of us.
What things make you a nerd?
Here are ten surefire signs of nerdom from an unconventional nerd:
- You like books more than you like people.
- You take great joy in questioning everything.
- Chemistry jokes are endlessly funny to you.
- You’re very particular about the TV shows you watch.
- You secretly love reading your World History textbook.
What do nerds do in their spare time?
watching movies/tv shows. playing video games. You may like this How silos are filled?
Is gaming considered nerdy?
Nowadays it isn’t really considered nerdy to play video games in the States. It might be considered nerdy to obsess over them, but those throwaway jokes on sitcoms about gamers being nerdy are seen as antiquated now. Sports games and action games aren’t nerdy, just RPGs and RTSs.
What is a gaming nerd?
Gamers, at least as the original definition of “hardcore gaming enthusiast,” fall squarely under the nerd umbrella. Think about people who play games and identify themselves as gamers. They often throw around their gaming accomplishments as though they mean anything in real life.
Are you a geek nerd or dork?
A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia. A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one. A Dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations/interactions.