By Carolyn Y. Johnson, World Staff
Joyce Dales had 30 dudes on Match her Jedi Knight in shining armor before she found.
“I happened to be either too strange or these people weren’t strange sufficient,” she stated.
Sooner or later, she discovered and married Jeff Dales, a “recovering attorney” from Nottingham, N.H., who had been geek sufficient to sprinkle Star Wars recommendations into their very first flirtatious emails.
However the long set of rejections, from instructors and solicitors along with other specialists spread one of the scores of pages she encountered on popular online dating sites, revealed Dales that folks like her had an issue: internet dating — when the domain of geeks — choose to go totally conventional.
“It is just like the play ground yet again. We are maybe maybe perhaps maybe not the cool children,” stated Joyce, 35, whom last summer time established SweetOnGeeks, a secure haven where in fact the socially embarrassing will find a special someone whom shares their fantasy of creating a Hobbit Hole or love of jousting.
The Dales cofounded Sweet on Geeks with James Crosby, Joyce’s 37-year-old bro — a self-identified history geek whom stated he had been refused as he attempted to fill a profile out for eHarmony.
“we think they deny you,” said Crosby, who compares the big dating websites to walking into a nightclub with The Killers playing — a nightmare for a guy whose idea of a good time involves vinyl records and a Renaissance Faire if you get a little extreme in your answers.
Sweet on Geeks is an accepted spot where tossing away a mention of the a man or woman’s “midichlorian count” — a means of calculating just exactly exactly just how strong the Force is with in Star Wars — would not end a discussion just how it did whenever Joyce ended up being looking for a mate on Match. Read More