They will be prepared to outright lie, twist facts, threaten or get violent.They will also – when the situation demands it – know how to seductively deceive, use charm and honeyed words, bedazzle and distract. It’s routinely assumed that a large part of what it means to be a good person is that one acts well.By all means, tell a lady that she is good-looking, but don't shower her with compliments that can make her feel uncomfortable.
They are not held back by those rigid opponents of change: principles.By now, everyone has probably seen the Nice Guys of Ok Cupid.If you haven’t, here’s the premise: Someone thought it would be funny to post pictures of unattractive, socially awkward men from Ok Cupid, along with painful clips from their profiles talking about how they are “nice guys.” While I can’t help but wonder what would happen if the gender roles were reversed here, it did get me thinking about “nice guys.” The Nice Guy is a girl’s best friend. In fact, he often volunteers his services even when they aren’t wanted.Nor did they get there through false, passive-aggressive “niceness,” which ultimately was nothing more than a self-serving power play. You also want to be independent and, above all, genuine.The Nice Guys of Ok Cupid aren’t just duplicitous and passive aggressive.