You have no problem developing a crush for someone who loves his books
You love to consume knowledge and are always around people who will make you know more which is why you have no problem developing a crush for someone who loves his books with a wonderful degree to back it up.
Compiled by YourTango, here are 10 reasons why you love smart guys:
You find witty banter to be the best foreplay EVER. Lob those slight ribs back and forth like a tennis match, baby.
Your idea of a great date is roaming the aisles of a local bookstore and casually making (non-pretentious) recommendations to each other. A man that reads — novels, newspapers, non-fiction, whatever his poison — is a man that will never run out of things to say.
You know that "smart" encompasses not just book-smarts: you're also turned on by emotional intelligence — the ability to read our feelings appropriately and respond in kind. See also: empathy.
You're not impressed by his credentials; you're impressed that he never mentions them because he's so humble. You have to brag on his behalf.
You have full confidence in his ability to have both a conversation with your 65-year-old father AND your 25-year-old brother on everything from sports to the situation in Israel. He can easily switch from highbrow to low-brow, which equals well-rounded intelligence.
You text him and receive full, grammatically correct sentences back. (!!!!) Bonus: His use of perfectly-timed, clever emojis.
You don't go to the movies until six months into the relationship ... not because you don't like the movies, but because you simply never stopped running out of things to talk about. #swoon
The phrase “Neil degrasse Tyson” gives you a raging lady boner. You'd rather watch Cosmos than read Cosmo.
You love that movie night means a Hitchcock classic or a new French film, not The Fast & The Furious 15.
He's not overwhelmed by a complex female mind. He says "Interesting, tell me more" instead "You think too much."