Something for the type nerd in the family

Chris DChris D Posts: 76

Looks kinda fun, good for students. I have an old deck of WWII  plane spotter cards that work similar to this, it's quite a good method of learning a bunch of random facts about a topic in no time!


  • Nick ShinnNick Shinn Posts: 1,980
    edited June 2017
    I prefer the term “aficionado” to “nerd”.
    But in this case, perhaps “dilettante” would be more appropriate.
    Although, of course, “nerd” is easier to spell.
  • James PuckettJames Puckett Posts: 1,911
  • Chris DChris D Posts: 76
    I used "nerd" as a term of endearment - Aussie humour tends to be self deprecating,  and it gets lost in translation sometimes :smiley: 
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