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Nice guys are stupid:a) They do realize that their women friends really just want them to get some balls and get a life.
b) They don't realize that no healthy woman can have a good relationship with a man who is freaked out by his own maleness.b) They don't realize that their energy to a woman comes across as feminine.
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If you are a nice guy don't read it unless you want really want something to shock you out of your 'nice' ways.
Nice guys finish last in the dating game simply because they deserve to!
Nice guys are liars: a) they lie to themselves that they feel 'nice' all the time - nobody is nice all the time! Nice guys are very angry about not getting what they want.
But, when they do express their anger it comes it all whiney (coz it is so half-choked) so it does not get them any respect.