• Geek Meets Girl Kathryn Lively Author
  • Geek Girl Series by Holly Smale
  • girl meets geek

  • Do you have a chimichanga? Then cover the boy in cheese!

    Maya, our guy friends are pretty great. Maybe it was easier when we looked at each other as friends. You had one job to do.

    You mean take care of the babies, Farkle? How long have I been out? Do I look sleepy to you? Yogi made me drop the marble too! I can't reach the beaker.

    I could've lifted you! I don't like that as much as you think. Ok Riley, you drop the marble I'll figure out the sludge and earn us another A.

    That's all I have to do? Farkle I don't understand. You do want an A, don't you?

    Why do we have to drop the marble while Farkle and Lucas do the science? Why is school over and I don't got a chimichanga? We were all girls, Lucas.

    Every single lab partners sent the girl! No redos, equal responsibility, one shared grade. That's right, we should be equal.

    Why do you guys think we're the ones to drop the marble while you figure out the science? Yes you are, you amazon warrior. Have I told you how fond I am of you? She dropped her marble.

    Geek Meets Girl Kathryn Lively Author

    I'm not trying to hurt the girl thing, I'm just lazy. You cannot be lazy and you cannot think that it's more important to be right than it is to be leaders. Don't talk yourself out of pursuing something because you're afraid of how it's gonna make you look.

    What you need to know is don't let anyone get in the way of pursuing your growth and curiosity no matter what you wanna do. I wanna be the best I can and I want everybody to like me and I dropped the marble and I want your shoes I wanna work at the company that makes your shoes I wanna own the company that makes your shoes. That's my other girl Where are the boys? I'm very glad to see you because there was a distinct possibility you could be-- what's the word I'm looking for-- dead.

    Geek Girl Series by Holly Smale

    By relegating me to a second class marble dropper, you are stopping me from realizing my full potential. Riley, I'm just better than you at this. Farkle, if you were my friend you would want me to get better.

    Why don't you want me to get better? There is no situation where I wouldn't want that for you. Riley, I've always been your friend. I just thought some of you wanted nothing to do with science. Sarah, you just told me you weren't interested. She is the fourteen-year-old daughter of Cory and Topanga Matthews.

    girl meets geek

    Riley and Auggie Matthews are Cory and Topanga's only children, of which Riley is the older of the two. Contents [ show ] Appearance Physically, the adolescent Riley is a beautiful young woman; She has a heart-shaped face, a light complexion, and dark brown eyes with matching hair that reaches her mid back; she typically wears her hair down, straight or wavy, but occasionally wears it in a braid, bun, or ponytail.

    She has a slim and marginally athletic physique, and is of above-average height, which contributes significantly to her physical awkwardness, mainly her longer legs over which she has little control. Style Riley's personality is reflected in her sartorial preferences, which consist mainly of bohemian-style outfits with floral patterns or solid colors. She also layers her clothing, preferring to wear long sleeves or T-shirts under dresses and dawning skirts, vests, jackets and various cardigans along with boot-cut or bellbottom jeans.

    Her shoe collection consists of mostly boots of varying lengths and heels, combat boots and the occasional sneakers. You can see more of her style here. Personality Riley is bubbly, outgoing, cheerful, optimistic, intelligent, and slightly awkward, and while she is also sensitive, she is not afraid to voice her opinion about things, and will readily stand up for her friends and family.

    At first Riley seems immature and noticeably awkward, but as the series progresses, she begins to dress and act more mature.

    She is also very idealistic, and expects everyone around her to live up to her own expectations, lofty as they may seem at times. Like Cory, Riley also prefers to maintain her own belief in things despite disagreement from others; this trait mainly applies to Maya, upon whom Riley never gives up hope as shown in Girl Meets Pluto.