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    Would you prefer a gentleman who is a bit cheeky?
    Would you prefer a bad boy who is unpredictable?
    Or does it change with age?
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    Gentleman, pl0x.
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    If you want a stable marriage (or even just girls along the way), just be nice, make lots of money, have lots of friends, have lots of hobbies.

    When girls say they don't like "nice guys" or "gentlemen", it's usually when just being "nice" or being a "gentleman" is their only good trait. Half the people on the street pretty much are like that, so why would they choose you long-term (or even short-term)?

    One thing that won't attract is a creepy nerd trying to be a "gentleman" or a "badboy" so that people will like them, when they have nothing else to offer.
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    Gentleman>bad boy
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    How about looks like a bad boy, acts like a gentleman?
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    Asking women what they want in a man..

    ..seemed like a good idea at the time
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    Gentleman. I've had enough with badboys and the last guy I was seeing was lovely and treated me much better. Even though things didn't work out with him it definitely showed me that I should keep my standards high.
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    Gentleman.
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    Something though, if the only good point about you is being a gentleman, you don't get far. Being a boring gentleman isnt attractive. Being a gentleman AND having something about you is
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    Something though, if the only good point about you is being a gentleman, you don't get far. Being a boring gentleman isnt attractive. Being a gentleman AND having something about you is
    That's what I said!

    I can read girls' minds man
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    That's what I said!

    I can read girls' minds man
    Yeah you're right
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    If you want a stable marriage (or even just girls along the way), just be nice, make lots of money, have lots of friends, have lots of hobbies.

    When girls say they don't like "nice guys" or "gentleman", it's usually when just being "nice" or being a "gentleman" is their only good trait. Half the people on the street pretty much are like that, so why would they choose you long-term (or even short-term)?

    One thing that won't attract is a creepy nerd trying to be a "gentleman" or a "badboy" so that people will like them, when they have nothing else to offer.
    Nailed it. Great post :lol:
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    I think it changes with age. When I was younger (around 15) I liked 'bad boys', the ones that used to be all hooded up and talked with loads of slang but as I've gotten older I absolutely despise guys like that and much prefer gentleman as long as they aren't boring and have more to offer than just their 'gentlemanness'.
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    HARVEY SPECTERRRRRRRR!! <3 <3 is a gentlemen and soooo hot
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    women want bad-boy gentlemen, which *is* possible
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    (Original post by zippity.doodah)
    women want bad-boy gentlemen, which *is* possible

    Who said we all fall for thugs and low lives?
 
 
 
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