What makes a guy intimidating Swingers adairsville
She’s geeky to her Joss-Whedon-loving core, a Whovian, Vertigo-reading, 3rd edition D&D (none of that 4th ed crap thank you very much) gamer with the con stories to prove it. While it’s true that many men will use it as a polite dodge to avoid saying “I’m not attracted to you”, when it comes up over and over again, it’s a sign that maybe there’s more to it.
And don’t get me wrong, this isn’t someone looking for geeky attention or a propped up fantasy. But “intimidating” is almost uselessly vague, especially if they keeps coming up; it covers a multitude of meanings to the point that it means everything and nothing at once.
Image source:i Stock He hints at "hanging out" and "chilling soon" and "doing something over the weekend," but won't actually make any concrete plans.
Chances are, he's trying to suss out how you feel about hanging out one-on-one without having to stick his neck out and actually ask you.
So, if a guy is maing a point of hanging around you but can't seem to look up from his phone, ask him a few questions about what he's looking at, and maybe that'll help him to open up.
If a woman keeps hearing from men that she’s “intimidating”, what is she supposed to do – besides start approaching men who have more self-confidence and fewer issues?
Olivia Munn may be a geek , but how is average Joe Nerd supposed to compete with the celebrities she meets on a daily basis?
Image source:i Stock If your crush always approaches you with his friend Brennan a few paces behind him, it's pretty probable that he's trying to utilize the ol' wing man technique.Find that your crush is suddenly mentioning David Foster Wallace and the Higgs boson and obscure art house documentaries for no reason in particular? If not, you can gently sway the conversation towards something a little more quotidian. Image source:i Stock This one is a little tricky, since pulling out a phone is usually considered a blaring siren of disinterest.But think of all the times that you've used your phone as a crutch in a situation where you feel a little bit out of your comfort zone--it's happened a lot, right?After all, women are encouraged to be assertive, accomplished and independent; being told that they’re “intimidating” sounds like they’re being told to take all of that back and pretend to be something less than what they are. Are geek guys finding a woman’s accomplishments to be somehow threatening? Because “intimidating” is so subject to personal interpretation, I thought it was best to go to the source: geek guys.