"I broke out into a lathering sweat in the supermarket when I was approached by a suitor. It turned out it was my sister's friend wanting her phone number."
Encouraged by his mum and sister to apply for Beauty and the Geek Australia, 23-year-old former pharmacist Jack is hoping to learn how not to fly under the radar with girls.
"Up until now, no girl has ever really noticed me so I'm here to say, 'Hi, I exist,'" explains Jack.
"I also want to learn better interpersonal skills and gain some knowledge about women."
Jack not only boasts a deep understanding of the human body and how it works from his degree in pharmacy, but he also plays the guitar and has taught himself to sing by reading books which explain the skill-sets needed to learn in the shortest amount of time possible.
"I much prefer learning to play the guitar and sing by myself as I find in a three to four month period you can learn a lot from someone else, but then after that my knowledge starts to dry up so I may as well just be doing it on my own," says Jack.
Jack is hoping to pass on his thirst for knowledge and knack for learning to the Beauties while in the house.
"I hope to teach them the ability to learn and that learning can be fun," says Jack.
Jack's own biggest fear while being in the house is not being able to learn anything new himself as he gets bored easily if he's not busy educating himself.
Discouraged by the pharmaceutical industry which Jack saw as "money hungry" and "only able to help the symptoms rather than really treating the cause of peoples' illnesses", Jack has started up his own internet business from scratch, providing his clients with personalised software to cater for their own unique needs.