Then, when there is time for the first meeting, there are some topics to talk about and no one feels embarrassed.
Of course, you can also find some people who signed up only for having a good time and they look only for admiration and flirt, not love.
Update: At the moment the website appears to be down.
I don't know if this is temporary or permanent at the moment, but I will update with more information if it becomes available.
What it’s about: Geek 2 Geek is probably the most popular dating site for geeks, boasting the most members out of all the websites listed here, and it's one of the safest in my opinion.
It's like any of the other major dating sites, such as Eharmony, or Match, with matchmaking questions geared towards geeks' and nerds' areas of interest, such as Star Wars, or Tron, anime, etc.
The other downside is it's not as simple as pressing a button to change your membership or cancel.
And like most dating websites, you get a lot of people who contact you once, and then you never hear from them again.
I scrolled through more than 25 dating websites, and here are the best eight dating websites for people looking for that special nerd in their life.Everything depends on what kind of dating site we visit.If the site is for people from nearest neighborhood we can assume that most of its members will prefer quick meetings after just days or weeks talking online.If you want to send or a read a message from some, you have to have paid for an account. For example, a one month subscription is around per month, and unfortunately they make it so difficult to find the pricing, I couldn't find the pricing for the 3-month, 6-month and 1-year subscription, but I do know you pay the entire amount upfront, but it averages out to be less than per month.
However, if person sending you a messaging has a paid account, then you can read their messages. I think the 3-month was around , but don't quote me on that. Are dating website good place to find true love or are they only for people looking for one night adventure?