Whether a brainiac, a nerd or a geek have negative or positive associations is less important than if you're compatible with them.
I always advise people who are dating and having a lack of success to reconsider people they thought they'd never date.
They had thick glasses, calculators in their pockets and white socks sticking out from trousers that were too short for their legs.Then came Mark Zuckerberg, the nerd who turned his social awkwardness into billions, literally, by making Facebook, originally the social catalog of new freshmen at college, into his fortune.He also made the front zipped sweatshirt and modest living nerd must-haves.Nerds became the new jocks and if you're dating one, you're respected because everyone now knows that nerds can be hot.Geek -- A geek doesn't necessarily have the business acumen or focus of a nerd, who is considered a successful person with social quirks.
A geek is someone who lives by his or her own rules that are usually outside the norm.
Geeks are usually considered to be artsy and creative, and they can be a lot of fun to date because they're different than the normal men and women who offer fewer surprises.
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Brainiac - A brainiac is someone who's super smart and is able to articulate his or her intelligence. There aren't any negative connotations associated with the term, brainiac, and it's an asset. They're seemingly normal and they just happen to soak in and process a lot more than the rest of us.
They tend to be a little more intense when it comes to lectures, books and fun facts -- seeking out information on anything that's interesting to them, as a result of the course of a normal day.