We've all met the Nice Guy. The guy who thinks all the other guys, the ones dating the girls they want to date, are bad boys who don't treat the ladies nice. The Nice Guys are gentlemen. Gentlemen who will call you a slur if you don't send nudes.
The Nice Guy comes in so many flavors as the subreddit /r/NiceGuys documents in excruciating detail. They're just pissed off about so much stuff.
Nice Guys who think they deserve sex at discount pricing:
The Ones who jump on any excuse to feel wronged:
The Nice Guys who think other guys are bad, but they're actually looking at themselves:
Unfashionable Nice Guys:
Poetic Nice Guys:
Nice Guys who specifically have a problem with teens (too sexy):
Nice Guys who tip you off before you even meet them, which is actually very nice:
Nice Guys who really don't get it:
Throwback Thursday Nice Guy; he is timeless:
Nice Guys with bad timing:
Nice Guys who don't get nuance:
The intellectual Nice Guy.
This once asked the internet for advice, writing:
Around 2 months into talking to most females, I begin to realize that they either are incapable or do not care to partake in discussion of abstract thought or have discourse, both of which are two things I thoroughly enjoy. Sensual thrills are not enough to entertain me over long periods of time, leading me to get bored of the individual. Another issue is that because they don't handle discourse well, their arguments become based on emotions instead of facts and they feel attacked or become angry with me. I have had many a people tell me it will be hard for me to find a woman to marry and I don't have an issue with that because it is pertinent that I find the correct person for me, not someone settling or using me. How should I progress in my dating life?
The self-deprecating Nice Guy:
The surprise Nice Guy:
The cheap Nice Guy:
But worst of all, in my humble opinion, is Asterisks Nice Guy:
Please, stay away from the Nice Guys! Regular guys are much, much better.
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