Ladies, is the reason you aren’t getting very far in the dating world because you haven’t let go of the girl you were in high school?
We know it’s a stereotype, but sometimes women pine after the rebellious cool guy, the one that mothers hate and girlfriends envy. Cool, the undiscovered nerd is standing in the shadows waiting to be noticed. We’re referring to that bespeckled guy that you overlooked so many years ago because he wasn’t cool.
Maybe the comic book expert with the closetful of costumes for next month’s convention is a little much.
But, a new trend in dating is taking over the celebrity world – one that prioritises intelligence and technology over burpee prowess and chiseled abs. Last week, model Miranda Kerr announced her engagement to tech mogul Evan Spiegel on Instagram, along with an image of her engagement ring and a bespoke Snapchat emoji of Spiegel getting down on one knee to propose to the Australian beauty.
Van Veen last month joined Facebook as its head of global creative strategy.
The 27-year-old supermodel gave birth to a girl called Wylde last year with boyfriend Kwame Ferreira – founder of the digital innovation agency Kwamecorp.
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Celebrities have always been drawn to partners from similar realms of stardom and status – rock stars and catwalk models, actors and Grammy-award winners, reality stars and basketball players.
Looks often trumping common interest (beyond glittering parties).
Well, brace yourself for revenge of the nerds, because this soft-spoken loner is smart, sincere and will genuinely be nice to you.
If you haven’t given a second look to the guy that looks like your former Chemistry tutor, perhaps you should delve deeper into this untapped resource.
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