Looks or lack of style, nerdiness

hossein31

Senior Member
Persian
Hi, dear friends.
I would be so grateful if you paraphrase the following paragraph. Note that this paragraph refers to a way of self-deprecating yourself in your speech.

"Looks or lack of style: We all try, but we can't call be cool. In order for some of us to be cool, some of us have to look like nerds. If that's you, use it. Maybe you're talking about science, or maybe about fancy basketball stats - whatever it is, rock your nerdiness."

Many thanks in advance.
 
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  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    The context is a list of items representing “the first thing people notice about you”. This item in the list — headed: Looks or lack of style — gives so-called advice to people who would be stereotyped as “uncool” because of their appearance, manner and/or unfashionable way of dressing (described here as people who “look like nerds”).
     

    hossein31

    Senior Member
    Persian
    The context is a list of items representing “the first thing people notice about you”. This item in the list — headed: Looks or lack of style — gives so-called advice to people who would be stereotyped as “uncool” because of their appearance, manner and/or unfashionable way of dressing (described here as people who “look like nerds”).
    Thanks, but the problem is I don't know how to relate these ideas; eg. What is the relationship between being nerd and being "cool", "science" "basketball stats". If possible would restate the sentences one by one so that it can be related to the topic "looks or lacks of style?
     
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