To give them credit, they have managed to achieve things as a group. Most noteworthy being, raising money and awareness for many charities during the Vlogbrothers annual 'Project for Awesome'.
However, they are unable to describe these achievements as 'doing something good' or 'being a nice person' like you would expect. Instead they like to employ their pretentious, irritating and painfully unfunny catchphrases 'decreasing world suck' and being 'made of awesome'.
Ultimately they are harmless people, who try to do good in the world but go about it in the most obnoxious, styleless and cringeworthy manner I have ever had the misfortune to witness.
Nerdfighter: Thats so cool, you are made of awesome! DFTBA man! Lolol don't you think I'm quirky and adorable?
Normal Person: I'm going to leave now.
Nerdfighter: *goes to write quotes from a John Green book all over their shoes or some stupid shit*
Nerdfighters are considered to be "made of awesome" by John, Hank (the other participant in the videoblog), and other nerdfighters. The nerdfighters often send in pictures of nerdfighter related activities to the videoblog, such as nerdfighter embroidered pillows. It is unknown what will happen to nerdfighting when the videoblog ends.
"Bob is pretty nerdfighter."
As a noun:
"Bob is a nerdfighter."
As a verb:
"Yeah, I totally nerdfought my way through that."
As a group:
"The nerdfighters killed Bob's family."
"Are you a Nerdfighter? Yes? Then DFTBA!"
Dude 2: NERDFIGHTERS FTW!
One who is, instead of being made of organs and tissues and whatnot, made of awesome.
The word originated in John and Hank Green's video log projected, called vlogbrothers. While John was in an airport one day (curse those grey speckled walls), he saw a video game called Nerd Fighters.
Thus, the legacy of nerdfighting began.
Nerdfighters, we bring the frakkin' pain.