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JJ Murray says
I agree. Treat it as an insult and don't have anything more to do with her.
You've never had a lady say, "You're a really nice guy and I would love to go out with you for a cup of coffee." ? It could happen...
I don't know about that. I've been known to say "You're a really nice guy, can I see your toes?"
@Stina: I've been staring at that comment of yours for like 2 minutes. The curiosity is killing me, so I'll just go ahead and ask: "Why do you ask that question?"
lol Winterfate! I really like toes. :)
viveresperando, Trust me on this one. If a woman starts out by telling a guy; "You're really a nice guy...(he's only seconds away from being rejected). If you don't believe me, ask any of your male friends.
Stina Caxe, You are something else! LOL!
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Penelope Hart says
Actually, that response wouldn't really bother me. I would go get mouth wash, deodorant, and um...exercise more discretion about who I let loose around,
இڿڰۣ-- кιмвєяℓєу says
Good point; but, I usually hear that when someone is trying to set me up on a date. I wonder what is being said about me? Actually, I hope my personality is good. My looks are not my strong point.
Or as bad as telling an overweight person they have a "pretty face". These are compliments with a sting attached. It's like watching those daytime talk shows where one has a "secret" to confess. They start by saying: "You know I love you right?.etc"
leroy64 - Good personality is key...sincere words and following through with a smile will win a girl over...looks are not everything.
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Very true lovedoctor926! In fact using the word "nice" to describe anything is rarely if ever a ringing endorsement! What did you think of my meatloaf? "It was nice." The word nice means "okay" but nothing special. Most people want special! or "hot"