When will these ‘nice guys’ get a clue?
When will they understand that just ‘being nice’ is not a personality trait? And treating others with kindness is the least decent thing a person can do. Although, It is pretty ironic that all of these proclaimed ‘nice guys’ are either racist, sexist any other ‘ist’ you can think of.
I am sure, you have already heard of the infamous Reddit thread ‘nice guys’ where people post their own stories dealing with these guys. Now most people including me have come into contact with these kinds of these guys and you’re usually the worse for wear at the end of it.
However, most of the time you do get a hilarious story to share on the Internet. Today we are going to read one such story. So scroll on below and get ready to laugh your a** off.
So she apparently wants you and doesn’t know that herself either?
Really? So every girl just has to date someone like their Dad?
‘The motion of the ocean’
That sounds like what a 90’s surfer dude would say in a movie before drowning. But it doesn’t end there. Oh no, this guy decided that it was a good idea to message her boyfriend to ‘scare’ him into breaking up with her.
Because this guy knows what she wants and it ain’t Khalil.
The best thing about this conversation? Khalil’s responses.
As you can probably imagine, Reddit had a lot to say about these text messages. From people psychoanalysing the ‘nice guy’ to others just being disappointed in humanity, the comment section has it all.
So we decided to gather some of the best comments for your enjoyment.
Ah yes, Racism. The epitome of being ‘nice’.
Maybe he’s just very insecure.
It could be. Who knows at this point?
Yes! And we would love a follow up about that.
The perfect gentlemen.
Why waste your energy on a stupid a**hole?
So this happens to most interracial couples then? Did not know that.
Not just dudes. People in general.
That sounds like the perfect idea. Should I book a hall?
Oh, sweet home Alabama.
The only choice to be honest? Who can resist those beautiful words after all.
Do you have a story to share about your own experience with ‘nice guys’? If so comment down below and let us know.