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Old 09-16-2009, 06:32 AM   #21
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Of course they finish last...
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they always let the woman finish first...
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:36 AM   #22
 
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Women are attracted to "confident" guys, and sometime the bad boys appear to be very confident. Continue to be a good guy and master confidence and conversation!
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Old 09-16-2009, 07:46 AM   #23
 
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No. Only immature women are attracted to bad guys.


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Bad boys get dysfunctional co-dependant girls.

Nice guys get nice girls.

Yep yep yep, its really only the skanky messed up girls who go for bad boys, if you are looking for a nice girl to date then be nice yourself. I am also married to a nice guy and have absolutely no attraction to
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What definition are you using for "skanky"? I've always thought it means "vulgar, sexually promiscuous, filthy". Is that what you really mean?!?!?
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:13 AM   #24
 
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I think, by default, a lot of nerdy, socially backward, shy, passive and/or quiet men get labelled "nice" because they aren't openly offensive to anyone and no one gets to know them very well to draw a more accurate conclusion.

But when you get to know these guys, they really aren't necessarily all that "nice" and it becomes clear why many of them can never sustain a romantic relationship.

"Nice" is kind of a cop out word. I think most people are "nice" to some degree. What makes or breaks a relationship is compatibility...and what predicts success in the dating scene are factors like emotional maturity, engaging personality, attractive appearance, confidence, etc.

The "nice guy" and "bad boy" concepts are like mehhhh, don't really make sense.
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:28 AM   #25
 
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I think, by default, a lot of nerdy, socially backward, shy, passive and/or quiet men get labelled "nice" because they aren't openly offensive to anyone and no one gets to know them very well to draw a more accurate conclusion.

But when you get to know these guys, they really aren't necessarily all that "nice" and it becomes clear why many of them can never sustain a romantic relationship.

"Nice" is kind of a cop out word. I think most people are "nice" to some degree. What makes or breaks a relationship is compatibility...and what predicts success in the dating scene are factors like emotional maturity, engaging personality, attractive appearance, confidence, etc.

The "nice guy" and "bad boy" concepts are like mehhhh, don't really make sense.
I agree, except I do get the bad boy concept. I never got the nice guy concept though.
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