She emphasized that nerdy men often possess desirable qualities and they are good fathers and partners.
Finding love is a journey on its own. However, with all the good ones being taken, several young hearts are still on the hunt to find their Mr. Right. Alas, it is not an easy job to do. How do you find the perfect guy who checks all the items on your list and makes him yours? Well, few people think that the answers are nerds. Maybe the married ones here can confirm with Isabel Brown—who goes on TikTok with the username @theisabelbrown—when she says that nerds are the best husbands. Brown posted a video on TikTok to reply to one of the fellow women on the hunt for the picture-perfect guy. The woman in the video, hastily asked, "Where do y'all be finding these men that are obsessed with you, good fathers, can take care of you, spoil you?"
Turns out, Brown had an answer loud and clear, she said, "They're nerds. You go for the nerd." Jaw-dropping indeed, but she does have some logic to back her statement. Brown elaborated as to why nerds are supposedly the best husbands. First, she tried to break the concept that English literature and movies follow, leading us all to a misconception. She said, "Let's break the troupe that all English movies have, the nerdy girl that grows up and has a glow-up. The unsuspecting girl, her nose always in her book. Loves her fantasies and series and then becomes super hot and amazing." She then said, "They don't say that for men." Surely, you can come across several TV shows and movies that support Brown's statement.
There is never the guy who was the weird one and then grew up to be the handsome gentleman of every girl's dream. Brown said, "I want you to hear me loud and clear, so listen up." What followed were vivid instances of how to spot a nerd and immediately get started. Brown pointed out a couple of "green flags" to identify a nerdy guy and stick with him. She said, "If he owns a lightsaber, green flag. If he has purchased a wand from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the greenest possible flag." Brown then added a few more examples that were hilarious but quite sensible. "If he has an unhealthy obsession with Ahsoka Tano, you better run to the altar. Bonus points if he's a lover of Monopoly."
Brown concluded with a beautiful statement, saying, "Those little underestimated nerd boys grow up to be men who see what's in here," pointing to her heart. She indicated that the nerdy guys can be more inclined to emotions and more empathizing. People in the comments section completely agree with her. @janerobson88 said, "Let's face it, Henry Cavill is the biggest nerd out there. majorly into Warhammer and gaming." @leannep0721 said, "Another note: Check your 'friend zone,' they're probably there."
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