First of all, talking about what a “nice guy” you are is generally a pretty clear sign you aren’t, which I think is the point of the site in the first place.
It’s like guys who are always going on about how “honest” they are.
They will be prepared to outright lie, twist facts, threaten or get violent.
If you haven’t, here’s the premise: Someone thought it would be funny to post pictures of unattractive, socially awkward men from Ok Cupid, along with painful clips from their profiles talking about how they are “nice guys.” While I can’t help but wonder what would happen if the gender roles were reversed here, it did get me thinking about “nice guys.” The Nice Guy is a girl’s best friend. In fact, he often volunteers his services even when they aren’t wanted.
He fancies himself a lady’s closest confidant, yet he rages at being in the “friend zone.” This isn’t only limited to the guy who longs for a relationship with his best friend and wants to know how he can make it happen.
This is also the type of guy who only talks to women so he can get laid.
It either means they’re proud of acting like assholes all the time or they’re pathological liars. He’s got an agenda (usually a pretty selfish one), and he disguises it underneath the cloak of being a “nice guy.” At The Art of Charm, we’re not the least bit opposed to agendas, even ones that might be a little “selfish.” But we do urge men to be honest and above board about their intentions at all times.
No one ever got laid by being a “nice guy.” The Nice Guys of Ok Cupid fail at creating rapport and sexual tension.