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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Elma 19 days, 18 hours ago

Angelo wrote:there are real people out in the world like me who would like to meet a nice woman but.i find a lot of the woman on hear are just players or expecting some one perficte.i would like to belive that girls realy like honest and nice guys

Yes people like that are to be found. I´m one of them and there for i´m still single :D
So don´t worry you will find her one day or she will find you
I can´t understand why people would want bad/dishonest.... people as their partner

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Christopher 19 days, 11 hours ago

IT HAS BEEN MY EXPERIENCE THAT LADIES IN THESE,MODERN TIMES, WOULD RATHER BE TREATED LIKE DIRT, AND KEEP GOING FOR ALL THE "JERKS" RATHER THAN ATTEMPT TO ACTUALLY FIND "A REAL MAN" THAT WILL TREAT HER LIKE A QUEEN (OR ATLEAST BETTER THAN A DAMN SLAVE). NO MATTER WHAT, YOU HAVE TO BE TRUE TO YOURSELF AND TO YOUR OWN BELIEFS AND VALUES. DON'T LOWER YOURSELF TO ANYBODY ELSE'S LEVEL. BE A GOOD CHRISTIAN. "LOVE AS YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE LOVED. IT WILL PAY OFF EVENTUALLY."

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby iogy 19 days, 9 hours ago

well, actually its a good topic and as we all know, all people in this entire world, they are agree on this topic, especially girls...but let me ask ourselves this question??WHAT IS THE IMPORTANT OF LOOKING FOR A NICE GUYS?. well its another story when we try to think about it...BUT allow me to briefly this to you...well as for an advice to you girls...DONT LOOK FOR A NICE GUY ONE...BUT JUST LOOK FOR A REAL LOVE AND FOR A GOOD CHARACTER...

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Michael 19 days, 4 hours ago

The answer is simple. Nice guys have less fun in most cases. Its nice to sit at home and be pampered, but girls like to have fun. Bad boys provide that for them.

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Shane 19 days, 2 hours ago

no no no no no no no no no no matter how much they tell you they do so no no no no no no no no :lol::lol:


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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Peggy 18 days, 15 hours ago

i haven't had any "nice guys" ask me out... just the bad boys.... i would love to go out with a nice guy.

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Gary 18 days, 3 hours ago

Hi thanks for your commit on NICE GUYS I’ve been trying so hard to be a nice guy and getting nowhere.
I think your Wight I’m going to be bad guy and pick up chick treat then cruelly then kick them out. Well it’s worth a try it can only be fun lol hehehe

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Shane 18 days, 3 hours ago

Gary wrote:Hi thanks for your commit on NICE GUYS I’ve been trying so hard to be a nice guy and getting nowhere.
I think your Wight I’m going to be bad guy and pick up chick treat then cruelly then kick them out. Well it’s worth a try it can only be fun lol hehehe


i dont really see that working for you :lol::lol::lol:

treating women likr shit only lasts for so long

funny how woman want good men to be providers and fathers
but want bad boys to be lovers and fighters


prob same reson us guys want a good girl on outside
but whore in the bedroom :oops::oops:


:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Ava 18 days, 1 hour ago

Anne, great response. Guys, you are largely right. I can give you the girls' perspective on the "nice guys." I was married to one, and now I'm in the middle of a separation (soon to be divorced) from him.

Yeah, he pretty much was the typical "nice" guy. He opened doors (at least for a while), would do anything at all I wanted to do, and would bend over backwards to appease me; but I have no use for a broken man. When the bitter reality of life set in, and we had actual responsibilities, he wouldn't be the man and own up. It was all about what I wanted and he would never take part in a decision. I realized that this guy came with some serious insecurities. I would be forced to make a choice, and he'd be upset about it later, grumpily going about doing what I wanted (and yes, I could tell... ruined any fun we could have had).

He never pursued any goals. Because he said he was afraid that he would inconvenience me or because he thought it would be too hard on the family. We talked about it. I told him that it was important to me for him to be happy, and regardless of his goals, we would go for it together. He still insisted that he couldn't pursue them because he was afraid to hurt the family... he did it for me.

OK. So, am I supposed to feel bad for him?? I regret that I didn't get to know him like I should before I jumped into marriage, and that is a mistake I don't intend on repeating, but seriously. Live your life. Don't let me, or anyone else, take advantage of you, and certainly don't invite it! I would much rather a stronger man say no to me every so often and put his foot down so he maintains his place in the relationship.

My soon-to-be ex has repeatedly been the drama king and insisted that I'm leaving him because he was just too nice. Sure. Whatever. Be nice, just don't be a doormat. You will lose a lot of masculinity if you are a doormat... and THAT is not what women want.

Sorry, this turned into a bit of a rant. My apologies. :roll:

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Re: do girls acturly like nice guys?

Postby Shane 18 days, 1 hour ago

Ava wrote:Anne, great response. Guys, you are largely right. I can give you the girls' perspective on the "nice guys." I was married to one, and now I'm in the middle of a separation (soon to be divorced) from him.

Yeah, he pretty much was the typical "nice" guy. He opened doors (at least for a while), would do anything at all I wanted to do, and would bend over backwards to appease me; but I have no use for a broken man. When the bitter reality of life set in, and we had actual responsibilities, he wouldn't be the man and own up. It was all about what I wanted and he would never take part in a decision. I realized that this guy came with some serious insecurities. I would be forced to make a choice, and he'd be upset about it later, grumpily going about doing what I wanted (and yes, I could tell... ruined any fun we could have had).

He never pursued any goals. Because he said he was afraid that he would inconvenience me or because he thought it would be too hard on the family. We talked about it. I told him that it was important to me for him to be happy, and regardless of his goals, we would go for it together. He still insisted that he couldn't pursue them because he was afraid to hurt the family... he did it for me.

OK. So, am I supposed to feel bad for him?? I regret that I didn't get to know him like I should before I jumped into marriage, and that is a mistake I don't intend on repeating, but seriously. Live your life. Don't let me, or anyone else, take advantage of you, and certainly don't invite it! I would much rather a stronger man say no to me every so often and put his foot down so he maintains his place in the relationship.

My soon-to-be ex has repeatedly been the drama king and insisted that I'm leaving him because he was just too nice. Sure. Whatever. Be nice, just don't be a doormat. You will lose a lot of masculinity if you are a doormat... and THAT is not what women want.

Sorry, this turned into a bit of a rant. My apologies. :roll:



Welcome to the asylum

He was not a man thats just strange and limp i dont blame you!

Did he come straight from his mothers house to your marriage :?::?::?:

Good luck findind what you want :?:


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