Even though women mourn the absolute dearth of nice guys, yet every time you try to score with one of them, your attempts, at best, aren’t taken too seriously and, at worst, are met with jeers and scorn.
1. Nice Guys Get No B__ty
Even though women mourn the absolute dearth of nice guys, yet every time you try to score with one of them, your attempts, at best, aren’t taken too seriously and, at worst, are met with jeers and scorn. This usually happens with girls who are right on top of the beauty ladder, so most nice guys have no option but to stick with the women who are beautiful inside. But who said beautiful outside harmed anybody?
2. Cracking The Code
What women imagine when they think of a nice guy is a man who’s able to make them feel safe, but in a way that doesn’t compromise his inner sexual attractiveness. It is this special blend of safe and dangerous, exciting and boring, hot and cold that most women look for in men. It’s what they love for. This is their definition of having that sparkling sexual chemistry with a guy.
3. Nice Guy = Loser Guy
Understand this fact that a major part of the communication that takes place between a man and a woman in the first few stages of a romantic relationship is always non-verbal. Words do play an important role in the seduction process, but it is the vibes and the signalsthat do most of the talking. So it’s what you don’t communicate with words that will decide the next step.
4. Never Broadcast Your Niceness
The problem with being a nice guy is that you consciously try to come across as nice, rather than just naturally letting it happen. You should never try to deliberately act “nice” around women. The only thing you need to do is drop a hint here and there, so that your woman thinks that it’s also a part (but just a part) of your personality. Never ever broadcast your nice guy appeal to women as if it’s something you are actually proud of. It’s simply not done.
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