Sexy Nerds for Everyone! Part 1

Here is a list of a few sexy nerds that we have developed obsessive geektastic crushes on over the years, with no regards to gender or sexual orientation. Just nerdy hotness. (OK, more than crushes. Like, wouldn't kick them out of bed status). Come on, even those who scoff in name of pop culture can appreciate the physical beauty of these specimens. So whenever you need some motivation to get up and move, just think about these fit nerds! 

This is an OLD post, that I created years ago on my old page, Nerdgasm Fitness. In an effort to be slightly more family friendly (who am I kidding?) I decided to change the name to something more hardcore....eh, Nerdcore (see what I did there?) Anywho, I am re-posting this old post with a couple of new addendum. Part 2 will be coming soon!

These are in NO particular order, because who can choose? Disclaimer: This list is by no means all inclusive, and I will be working on follow ups and new lists, themed lists and the like. Feel free to post in the comments who your favorite hot nerds are!

 

Nathan Fillion

Character: Captain Malcolm Reynolds, Castle

Why? Because Firefly, that's why. And that should be enough! Plus Richard Castle was just fun. 

Sexy Nerd Captain Malcolm Reynolds

Sexy Nerd LeeLoo Dallas

Mila Jovovich

Character: LeeLoo Dallas (Mulitpass)

 

Why? Because she can eat a whole chicken-pill-meal in one sitting and she has a cool accent when shes said GOOD CHICKEN! And well...no one wears tape quite like her. 

Jensen Ackles

Character: Dean Winchester

Why? Because his "brotherly" love for his brother is so cute. Plus, the one liners with the super serious attitude is great. And who doesn't love "Yellow Fever" in which he air guitars to Eye of the Tiger  oh so well?

Sexy Nerd Dean Winchester

Sexy Nerd Felicia Day

Felicia Day

Character: She is a character all of her own. But Cyd Sherman specifically from The Guild

Why? She is the epitome of hot nerd. She plays World of Warcraft, she has a web-series about playing World of Warcraft, she has a website/online community called Geek and Sundry, and she is friends with NPH....I mean, goals, right? 

Bruce Willis

Character: Corbin Dallas (among so many others...)

Why? Because he still rocks the McClain with ABsolute perfection, even while playing a SyFy Space Dude. His nonchalant attitude is pretty cool too. 

Sexy Nerd Korben Dallas
Sexy Nerd Korben Dallas

Sexy Nerd Buffy

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Character: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Why? Because she is a bad-ass supernatural kicking female with awesome one liners! Plus she has hot boyfriends. And her best friend is a lesbian, who before she knew, dated a hot werewolf (see below). 

NPH (Neil Patrick Harris) – but he is cool enough that the acronym is good enough

Character: Barney Stinson, or Doogie Howser)

Why? Because he was like an 8 year old doctor! And he has a sing-along blog (with Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day, 2 other notable nerds who made the list!) And he is the best gay womanizer EVER!

Sexy Nerd NPH

Sexy Nerd Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

Character: Solara, Jupiter

Why? Because she was a bad ass chick in Book of Eli and Jupiter Ascending, and has interesting character names. And Black Swan? Who didn't picture themselves in a Mila/Natalie sandwich? But really, Book of Eli sold me. (don't get me started on That 70's Show...her character was just annoying). Honorable mentions go out to Meg from Family Guy though!

Seth Green

Character:  Daniel Osbourne- AKA OZ (The Hot Werewolf!) - among many others

Why? Because of Robot Chicken, without a paddle, etc. He is just witty and funny, and he is the ONLY time I like werewolves (take that Team Jacob).

Sexy Nerd Seth Green

Sexy Nerd Chris Colfer

Chris Colfer

Character: Kurt Hummel

Why? Because I just want to put him in my pocket and keep him there forever. That is where he belongs. I admit, I had a huge thing for Glee..

Daniel Radcliffe

Character:  Harry Potter

Why? Because a man that is sexually secure enough to play Harry Potter for his whole life PLUS shake his junk on stage (Equus) NEEDS to be included!

Sexy Nerd Harry Potter Daniel Radcliffe

Sexy Nerd Eliza Dushku

Eliza Dushku

Character: Echo

Why? Because Joss Whedon is a genius and has three TV shows already featured on this list. Not only is she ANOTHER slayer, but she is also Echo, of the Dollhouse, who can be anything she is programmed to be, and that is one sexy badass chick.

Elijah Wood

Character:  Frodo Baggins

Why? Because he was noticed in The Good Son, and has awesome eyes. And he is Frodo, and admirable....and those eyes! 

Sexy Nerd Elijah Woods

Sexy Nerd Dean Cain

Dean Cain

Character: Clark Kent (Superman)

Why? Because he is that perfect combination of sensitive and super hero (I guess that's the point?).  This Superman was my generation and I loved him and Terri Hatcher together. 

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Please write in the comments your favorite sexy nerds (remember, sexy is subjective, and everyone's version of sexy is different, and everyone's version of sexy is right! We have no judgement on sexy here! If we get enough comments, I will dedicate a whole post to everyone's favorite sexy nerds!

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Title: The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden #1)

Author: Julie Kagawa

Date Published: April 24, 2012

Date Read: October 23rd

Genre: YA/Fantasy/Dystopia/Vampires

PBAS (Protagonist Bad Ass Scale): 4.5/5 – Allison (Allie) is a SURVIVOR. A human in a city full of vampires, where she has to scrounge for food and fight for her life. Even before she gets turned (not a spoiler alert, its written in the official blurb!), she is a bad-ass female! Then, when she becomes a vampire, this lady is powerful! It is SO NICE to have a story, where the female lead is a bad ass vampire, and not the wilting lily lusting after the alpha-male-all-powerful-somehow-after-hundreds-of-years-only-soothed-by-her-vampire. Her physical skills include stealth, speed, agility, and sword fighting! The only reason she is not a 5/5 is becuase, lets face it, she lives on the fringe and is perpetually starving. If she were able to eat properly and fuel her body with ideal nutrition, she would probably be unstoppable!

Amazon Purchase link : The Immortal Rules

Goodreads Summary

To simmortal-rulesurvive in a ruined world, she must embrace the darkness…

Allison Sekemoto survives in the Fringe, the outermost circle of a walled-in city. By day, she and her crew scavenge for food. By night, any one of them could be eaten. Some days, all that drives Allie is her hatred of them—the vampires who keep humans as blood cattle. Until the night Allie herself dies and becomes one of the monsters.

Forced to flee her city, Allie must pass for human as she joins a ragged group of pilgrims seeking a legend—a place that might have a cure for the disease that killed off most of civilization and created the rabids, the bloodthirsty creatures who threaten human and vampire alike. And soon Allie will have to decide what and who is worth dying for… again.

Enter Julie Kagawa’s dark and twisted world as an unforgettable journey begins.

I loved this story! It was compelling, and I couldn’t put it down. I am going to get uncharacteristically profound here and talk about what I think one of the main themes is. Allison, on the verge of dying, is given the option of death, or being turned into a vampire, a creature she hates more than anything. After she is turned, she makes a choice to try and retain as much humanity as possible, becuase she refuses to become a blood-thirsting monster who murders needlessly. This is a good twist on dealing with shame and self-loathing, an unfortunately common theme with people. We all have ingrained things about us that we wish were different, and in some cases, self-loathing can become detrimental and lead to social, psychological, and physical problems. Allie is learning to deal with her self-loathing, and trying to accept herself, something that is easier said than done. It takes constant work, determination, and never gets easy, but it can be done!

I thought this vampire girl was a great role model 🙂

Oh, and on an uber-plus side, there is NO LOVE TRIANGLE at all! Yay! I hates them, I do!

The book has a nice amount of gore too, which I love. Makes it feel less Young-Adulty.

Overall 5/5 becuase this book is definitely binge worthy!

 

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Title: Pines (#1)

Author: Blake Crouch

Dates Published: August 21, 2012; September 17, 2013; July 15, 2014

Dates Read: October 10-17, 2016

Genre: Mystery/Thriller/SciFi/Dystopia

PBAS (Protagonist Bad-Ass Scale) – 4/5 – Ethan is an FBI agent, with extreme physical training, and former military with combat/war zone experience. The only thing that stops him from being a 5/5 is the fact that he still manages to get his butt kicked on quite a few occasions. But hey, he is a bit rusty because it has been a few years since he has had to use his training…Pam, now Pam (who is one of the antagonists), she is a 5/5! Use it or lose it people! Stay fit, becuase you never know when you will have to defeat a 20 year old ninja chick.

Amazon Purchase Link: Wayward Pines

Summary from Goodreads

pinesSecret service agent Ethan Burke arrives in Wayward Pines, Idaho, with a clear mission: locate and recover two federal agents who went missing in the bucolic town one month earlier. But within minutes of his arrival, Ethan is involved in a violent accident. He comes to in a hospital, with no ID, no cell phone, and no briefcase. The medical staff seems friendly enough, but something feels…off. As the days pass, Ethan’s investigation into the disappearance of his colleagues turns up more questions than answers. Why can’t he get any phone calls through to his wife and son in the outside world? Why doesn’t anyone believe he is who he says he is? And what is the purpose of the electrified fences surrounding the town? Are they meant to keep the residents in? Or something else out? Each step closer to the truth takes Ethan further from the world he thought he knew, from the man he thought he was, until he must face a horrifying fact—he may never get out of Wayward Pines alive.

I admit, this is one of the cases where I had never heard of these books, or even the author, until I watched the television series Wayward Pines, by M. Night Shyamalan. I loved the television show, and upon watching the full credits, I saw the “based on the books by Blake Crouch.” Now, as an avid reader and a fan of the television show, I was definitely intrigued. My opinion on books that become TV shows/movies, is that 99% of the time, the book is better (Unless there are almost no similarities between the books and TV show/movie….ehem, True Blood). So if I liked the show, I would love the book, right?

Well, yay! In this case, I was correct!

First off, if you have never seen the TV show, then definitely read the books first. Per the norm, you get better character descriptions, better back story, more details, etc, with the book. You can really get yourself in Ethan’s head, especially when strange things start happening in this town. As a federal agent, he is used to order and law, but in this town, there is no law that he is familiar with. How he is treated, especially when dealing with medical practices, is immoral to our social standards. More and more questions arise as he deals with the town and its inhabitants. Something always prevents him from leaving….

Through resourcefulness and previous experience, he manages to get the answers he seeks, and it is more chilling than he could have ever imagines.

Pines is the first of three books in the Wayward Pines series by Black Crouch, and it will definitely leave you thinking, head spinning, and wondering.

Final Verdict: 4.5/5 stars. A must read! Only took half a star off because there is a scene near the end of the book that feels a bit repetitive…(I GET it, hes climbing! oh my god, move on)  But it was hard to put it down either way, and I was engaged almost the entire time. Next two reviews are coming!

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