But those of you familiar with the theory of multiple intelligence should know that while nerds may be smart in some regions, their defining feature is being socially 'stupid.' They cannot interact well with anyone, often not with other nerds. This does not make them bad people, nor good. It just means they are not interpersonally intelligent. In some cases, interpersonal intelligence is more useful than technical, so shut up about being proud of nerdiness!
If you are socially inept, it does not mean you are a nerd. Likewise, you can be intelligent and like uncool things but it does not mean you are a nerd. Any definition that says nerds can have social lives and lots of friends and can be popular- they are wrong. Those are not nerds. Those are smart people who are obviously socially intelligent. A nerd requires BOTH aspects of 'uncool' interests AND a lack of interactive skills.
Nerd are some one that are upseded with something it can not just be something that has to do with a computer. If you like something so much that you have more than 15 things of it, You might be a nerd. Every one is a nerd in there own way.
Centron Greeve is the nerdiest nerd, he enjoys48 hour sci-fi marathons, dungeons and dragons and doing extremely hard math problems for fun.
feral pic of aly and i being nerdsssss
A nerd and his precious TI-83
Often mistaken for Geeks, who aspire to become nerds, yet lack the intelligence, and end up giving nerds a bad name due to their poor social skills.
Non-nerds are often scared of nerds, due to their detailed knowledge, and therefore seemingly high levels of intelligence - and subsequently denegrate them as much as possible as often as possible.
Nerds exist covertly within the fabric of society, often choosing to 'nerd it up' in private or in the company of fellow nerds. It is for this reason they are feared the most - unlike geeks, who are easily identified, nerds can only be found out when casual conversation reaches a subject that they like nerding.
Nerd: "Let's bash this nerd"
Nerd: "That'll teach you to go playing with my tesla coil"