In June 2011, Beautiful was attacked by a virus which allowed users to join without going through the mandatory 48 hour voting process.Reportedly 30,000 people who were mistakenly let into the dating community were kicked off of the website as a result.Geeks have an unfortunate tendency to be poorly socialized outside of their own peer group, which makes finding a relationship even more difficult.Women are already arousing and intimidating objects of desire in geek culture; trying to socialize with them is venturing in to true It’s worth noting that the Geek Girl is different from a girl who is a geek. OK, I can already hear the fingers clicking as you write me pissed off e-mails and click the “back” button on your browser, but stick with me here, I swear I’m going somewhere with this and it’s not where you think.
Greg Hodge said: "Beautiful is based on a fundamental principle of human nature, that being we all romantically want to be with someone we find attractive, it's Darwinism, it's millions of years of evolution".
She’s the one the thick-framed cat-eye glasses and the purple bobbed hair.
She’s wearing a Can’t Stop The Signal tee, knee-length socks, a Hogwarts sweater (Gryffindor House, of course), a pleated mini-skirt and white Chuck Taylors with Pac-Man hand painted onto them.
This tendency towards withdrawing into themselves extends into all aspects of their lives.
Geeks foster and maintain the idea that nerds as a collective whole are better, more moral, more open minded and more socially accepting people.
She’s the one toting around the Naruto-branded messenger bag with a copies of Watchmen, Blankets and Grant Morrison’s run on New X-Men sticking out the top.