Men, boys. When you hear a gal say "You're really a nice guy." What is her next sentence?
Whatever it is usually begins with the word...(but). No matter what comes after that it all means the same: You are NOT the one! :-)
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?"
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!
...there isn't a sentence to follow ..... only one word and that word is 'but' .....
and your very sweet but we live two different worlds and I am very active and busy. Our schedules don't match up and you live, just so far away. Your a great person and I love talking to you. I just think we are better off being friends.... I hope you understand....lol....
It could go two ways:
"You're just not the one for me" - (You're a really NICE guy)
"I've always wanted one of those" - (You're a REALLY nice guy)
It either means you don't turn her on, enough, (You're a really nice guy), or
it means she's had enough of the bad kind of guy and she's finally found you - someone really nice - YOU'RE a really nice guy (YOU'RE the ONE).
Mostly, a girl meeting you first time if says ' you are really a nice guy,.' would say afterwards that 'You are different from others'. This is a common attitude of girls.
Men, boys. In my opinion,when you hear a woman say you're really a nice guy means that you're really a nice guy and that they're really not into him. The guy wasn't that much of a challenge and didn't know how to make a woman feel attraction. He might have come on too strong giving the woman that creepy feeling.
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"
Your breath stinks, you haave B O and you just farted! Hahahahaha Just kiddin. Just wanted you to have a laugh and maybe raise your eyebrow!
As soon as I heard the word "nice," I usually didn't listen to the rest because I was planning my exit.
I am so glad I found a "nice" girl to marry. In 24 years, she has never said I was nice, and I take that as a compliment.
How about, "You're really a nice guy, and I'm glad I met you." ...as she smiles. This is when you haven't know each other too long and she wants to know you better. I think if you are told this, it's going to be good if she's smiling. Bad, if she'is not smiling/straight faced, then "...but...", will follow.
Definitely, the next sentence is " but you are not my type or you are the one i am looking for" The guy ' s heart sank like a titanic ship wreck!!
Definitely, BUT. It just as bad as hearing, "You've got a such a nice personality."
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.
...I would love nothing more than to grab a sample of your Cerebral Cortex for study?
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