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Why do Woman like mean guys? what makes bad good?
Posted 4/20/13

SupremeCreator wrote:


Marsev wrote:


SupremeCreator wrote:

Okay. What is your people's definition of a good man and a bad man? So many of you are confused from watching too much TV.


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Posted 4/20/13
LOL.
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Posted 4/20/13 , edited 4/20/13
That's a stereotype. Kinda how guys go for easy bait?
I would never go for a guy who is known to be a "badass" or "cool guy".
I usually go for shy,geeky guys.All girls are different so it's kinda odd to say
all girls or most girl go for assholes.
Posted 4/20/13

RedRibbonKitten wrote:

That's a stereotype. Kinda how guys go for easy bait?
I would never go for a guy who is known to be a "badass" or "cool guy".
I usually go for shy,geeky guys.All girls are different so it's kinda odd to say
all girls or most girl go for assholes.


There you go. The winning answer.
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Posted 4/20/13
Nice guys aren't typically confident in their actions. If you really want to be a truly nice guy, be an asshole who gets the job done and sticks up for those he loves.

As a general rule, anyone who thinks they are a "nice guy" is really a douchebag in disguise. I'd take my chances with a mean guy who's confident any day over some guy with a complex thinking the world should be fair and he should get the girls because he's "nice".

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Posted 5/5/13
Cause girlys want a taste of baddness... I mean take a look at Castiel c;
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Posted 5/10/13
Am I incorrect in assuming that the concepts of "Good Guy" and "Bad Guy" are relative and/or based on perception? Maybe you, a self-proclaimed "good guy" are actually a "bad guy" in someone else's reality? It really comes down to someone has done, or is doing something that you personally don't agree with so you throw a big fit about it.

I'm not a "good guy" nor am I a "bad guy" in my own opinion, if you don't like me, GTFO and leave me alone. I'm living my life for me, not for you. In truth, that's likely the case for nearly everyone ("good" or "bad" guys alike) out there; yeah, it sucks when you, or a friend, have their hearts smashed to tiny little bits, it sucks, but so does stubbing your toe on a table-leg (we've all done that, right? I hate it, makes me a sad panda). Relationships are living, breathing organisms, sometimes they wither and die, other times they flourish and grow, it's a matter of how well the gardeners (people in the relationship) tends it.

The primary point that has been repeated time and time again is confidence and assertiveness; you can be confident, assertive, and straightforward without being a total jackhole; the concept of "good" and "bad" guys again, is just a matter of perception ... specifically YOUR perception.

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Posted 5/10/13
don't like bad guys - what they do can be bad ass but it isn't attractive to me
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Posted 5/10/13
I dunno, some girls don't like me being mean to them because I can hurt their feelings easily. One girl fell in love with me because I was a bad boy however she couldn't leave me alone and was begging me to have sex with her.

Lesson learned.
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Posted 5/10/13
Nice guys? What nice guys? Behind that smiling, timid, polite and positive facade lies a heart that is pitch black; in other words: FAKE!!!
Posted 5/10/13
Yeah, you probably think you're the "nice" guy when you perhaps aren't the "nice" guy to the girl. She probably thinks you're the "bad" guy, not the "good" guy. It hurts; I know. I know.
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Posted 5/11/13
i started to succumb to this mindset for a couple years.. grateful that i was proven wrong.

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Posted 5/11/13
Your definition of "nice guy" is actually worse then the "bad guy". "Bad guys" show their bad side, "nice guys" don't.
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Posted 5/11/13 , edited 5/11/13
I have a long time female friend who dated one of these "assholes" for about four years. He didn't start off that way. She dated one of his friends who cheated on her. The future "asshole" stepped in and was like a white knight. He was there for her. He treated her well. After about a year she moved in with him and his parents. Then the abuse started. He was approaching thirty with no college education and no job experience outside working in his family's restaurant that was going under. He also had some severe physical deformities and substance abuse issues. I assume that the anger and lack of confidence from these and possibly other issues caused him to start the abuse. She had a good job and was rising up in the world. She really is a sweet girl and a hard worker. Soon she started avoiding going home. He would get drunk, pop some pills and viciously berate her. Tell her that she wasn't good enough. She was ugly, fat and all these other things. This went on for about years. She began spending a lot of time with her friends and avoiding home / venting. Two years after acknowledging the bad situation, she gained the courage to move out and move on with her life. She was doing very well for a year and a half, then recently she started hanging out with him again. When he texts her, she hides her phone because she is embarrassed to be talking to him. He created a facebook account just so he can watch her. I can't tell her how to live her life. I am sure there is more to it than I know, but I can't accept him as being a positive influence in her life.

I will never forget a time that I took her clothes shopping. I picked out a bunch of outfits in her size that were really cute and a bit outside her comfort zone color-wise. She was having a lot of fun trying them on. At one point she comes out of the changing room and her expression could only be described as being crushed. She sent a picture of one of the outfits to the "asshole". He proceeded to heckle her through text messages making fun of the outfits and her. Ended our shopping trip.
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Posted 5/11/13
Some women thnk they can change that type of men
because from time to time
when they are at the bottom
he will do something very nice
that why you can hear them say " is not that bad you just dont know the real him"
or "he promise that he wont do it again "
usely those women need something that is missing whit regular men
or whit the real deal they just take there time and lead them to a point where they believe they are the best for them
manipulation is there best weapon
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