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    I was up the other night thinking as you do and it occured to me that i may actually of actually developed nice guy syndrome.... and i think its started to come across when im on a night out aswel as i seem to end up becoming friends with girls on a night out rather than anything else. But that maybe because i am just one of them happy drunks who talks to everyone. Even in past relationships i have started becoming to nice and losing the spontanious edge. I became :
    *reliable
    *predictable
    *unargumentitive
    *and always bieng nice.

    What do people think? doctors for me? pump some anti-nice guy medicine back into me?.

    Anyone else suffering or got anything wise to say about this annoying syndrome?
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    Would you rather be a total womanising scum bag?

    Actually, don't answer that. Nice guys are severely underrated imo.
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    Excluding being overly predictable, theres nothing wrong with any of those characteristics.
    Its not a bad thing, dont try and change yourself to be more of a prick, or you wont attract any of the girls worth having long term anyway.
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    a smiley face in your avatar, and 2 smileys in your post.

    I think u crossed that line long ago.
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    I would be OVERJOYED to find an actual, real nice guy...yes I'm bitter
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    tbh mate you'll probably end up with a better class of lady the way you are. Nothing wrong with being a nice guy as long as you have some patience.
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    Would you rather be a total womanising scum bag?

    Actually, don't answer that. Nice guys are severely underrated imo.
    Nice guys go unnoticed by women though.
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    (Original post by Sharpy09)
    I was up the other night thinking as you do and it occured to me that i may actually of actually developed nice guy syndrome.... and i think its started to come across when im on a night out aswel as i seem to end up becoming friends with girls on a night out rather than anything else. But that maybe because i am just one of them happy drunks who talks to everyone. Even in past relationships i have started becoming to nice and losing the spontanious edge. I became :
    *reliable
    *predictable
    *unargumentitive
    *and always bieng nice.

    What do people think? doctors for me? pump some anti-nice guy medicine back into me?.

    Anyone else suffering or got anything wise to say about this annoying syndrome?

    Be pleased, nice guys are a dying breed.
    We prefer you to bad guys!
    Well, I do and I hope other girls do too
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    (Original post by Gibb~)
    Nice guys go unnoticed by women though.
    Sometimes, most of the time it's more of a slow burn. You'll see them around for ages and think nothing of it, then BOOM! One day you'll realise how absolutely perfect they are and chase them like hell :p:
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    (Original post by timetokill)
    Excluding being overly predictable, theres nothing wrong with any of those characteristics.
    Its not a bad thing, dont try and change yourself to be more of a prick, or you wont attract any of the girls worth having long term anyway.
    This :yep: .

    Don't worry, nice guys (tend to) find nice girls
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    Sometimes, most of the time it's more of a slow burn. You'll see them around for ages and think nothing of it, then BOOM! One day you'll realise how absolutely perfect they are and chase them like hell :p:
    But eventually girls get bored of the 'nice guy'
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    See thats the thing. Most girls prefer a lad to be loud and out-there and have there rebellious edge on show all the time.
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    what do you think!
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    (Original post by LoveBites)
    I would be OVERJOYED to find an actual, real nice guy...yes I'm bitter


    Ha we are out there.. hidden within groups of mates who are the loud,******** ones...
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    lolwat.

    Too many guys go around clubs trying to pick up anything that moves. Regardless of your motives, making new friends in clubs is fun
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    I wanna be a nice guy but im a knob
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    (Original post by Gibb~)
    But eventually girls get bored of the 'nice guy'
    They don't. Not any quicker than a ''bad'' guy. You can be nice and not boring.
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    Would you rather be a total womanising scum bag?

    Actually, don't answer that. Nice guys are severely underrated imo.
    Seriously ?
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    (Original post by Maximum Velocity)
    Seriously ?
    Seriously what?
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    Im not entirely sure where youre getting any of this information from, because as far as im concerned its just wrong.
    Who wants someone loud and rebellious? Might be appealing when youre what 12 or 13. And who gets bored of someone being nice to them? Morons, 13 year old girls and delinquents.

    Are you looking for a moronic 13 year old delinquent girlfriend? If not then I dont think you'll have a problem long term.

    If you are having no luck then maybe its not because youre a 'nice guy' perhaps you just arent what they are looking for/ you bore them/they arent looking for a relationship. Its unlikely to be because you are nice.
 
 
 
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