Back in the studio with Paris and The Business, LLC, and we’re discussing the plight of the oppressed, bullied male nerd, and why the entitlement that is sometimes felt by said nerds could be sabotaging their interactions with women. Passivity never pays off, but being aggressive might not be in your wheelhouse – what then?
Life isn’t fair, and the sooner you except this, the sooner you can start leveling the playing field by playing the cards you’ve been dealt.
All of this is in response to the Dr. NerdLove article that was everyway on the interwebs last week: What’s Really Wrong With Nice Guys – Entitlement, Nerds and Neanderthals
Amish Romance? It’s a thing. I am tragically white, and I apologize. While I’m finishing/shipping on Assassin’s Creed: Rogue and watching all the shoujo and boys love anime, Paris and The Business find a new show called Community, I have mixed Agent Carter feelings, and there’s a show about loli battleships that have strategic sex – thanks, Japan.
Africa is big, y’all, and not completely covered in ebola.
The Business does the Shim-sham with his Jim Jam in Dragon Age: Inquisition and we’re all loving Archer, just because. And apparently there’s a selfie stick designed especially for looking at butts? Also, what happens when women accept compliments online?
The first installment of My Fair Andrew is here, where we check in with Andrew to see how talking with strangers went – hilarity ensues.
We flip tables over how I want to be equal, but also special (shut up) and how if you share an office with someone, you should wash your ass.
This Is What Happens When Women Actually Accept A Compliment From A Man Online