As the designs of boredom shadowed over the nation and its people, a feeling of commonality set into the hearts of all residing in their urban dwellings. Every individual looked the same; no difference could be seen with the way they dressed or with what they used as merchandise. The people felt grey and just became a part of the unknown. The giants controlling the trends became mechanical and made the masses robots too.
This for ‘The Nerd’ was unacceptable. Without any roof over his head, all his money in just a small pocket but a dream in his heart bigger than anything a common individual could even think of, he launched the inception of what would be known as the ‘Nerd Revolution’ in the years to come. A small group of followers joined in the movement unsure of what to expect.
And then the movement commenced.
The urban Reporters sniffed out a plot in the making and were quick to capture the movement (T2, The Telegraph)
This gave the push, the movement needed to capture the hearts of the Local & International Unknown. But, the momentum didn’t last long. The energy was lost and the followers lost the spirit. They were swallowed into the unknown. ‘The Nerd’ was left alone, once again to wander the urban jungles with a spark still living in his heart finding other Legends of the Nerd Order.
It took a few years, but the dust settled and the Legendary Nerds found each other.
The Nerd Revolution was coming back this time for good and that too with a BANG!
GetNerdy or Go Home was about to turn into something more than just a catchphrase. It was a battle cry.