.....is a ridiculously common comment in this forum. The assumption is that in order for a guy to be “nice”, he must also be unattractive/very average in looks, intelligence, and earnings. What a complete crock. I’ve met and dated men of varying levels of attractiveness and wealth, and I can say with certainty that neither of those attributes has anything to do with how “nice” they were. In fact, I often found that some of the least attractive guys were also the most bitter and obnoxious ones, who had a ginormous chip on their shoulder because they got rejected by many women. They likely got rejected as much for having a lousy personality as they did for not being good looking or rich! I’ve also been with men who were attractive, had a good income, and who were also very nice. It’s such a tedious stereotype that the only nice guys are also the least attractive and have the lowest incomes. Nice try.
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