Without missing a beat, I said, 'Take a look at that Number Four there. For characters who actually finish last because they're nice, see Dogged Nice Guy. Nice Guy: When you have problems, night after night, I'll be there for you. I'll tear down the jerks you date and wait for you to realize how good I am for you. You won't want to hurt my feelings, and I won't ever hurt the issue.
A nicer guy never drew breath than that man there.' I called off his players names as they came marching up the steps behind him, 'Walker, Cooper, Mize, Marshall, Kerr, Gordon, Thomson. I'll tell myself it's because I "value our friendship". You'll think about how long it would take to build this kind of connection again.
Some men might argue that women have their priorities screwed up.
A woman would rather have a man who is a project and needy instead of a stable, “good”, man with his life together. From the outside being a guy might feel comfortable because you never have friction in the relationship. Men and women are attracted by the emotions their partner can stir within them.
These pictures were matched with descriptions found to convey either responsiveness such as: “When I’m dating someone, I really care about putting in the effort and making it work” or a description that was found to impart unresponsiveness, for instance: “I get bored talking about feelings and stuff and I’m not really into talking about people’s problems.” The experimenters hypothesized that the order in which the dating profiles were presented would have an effect on the interest of a prospective date.