This ain't about nice guys, I'm talking anyone. In any context, anyone who claims "they are nice" are infact, not nice. They feel like their niceness should be repayed in some way.
I just found out the first time a few days ago. Someone claiming 'to be nice', next thing you know a few days later, she's trying to blackmail me for money, haha (most likely because they felt like their "niceness" was being taken advantange of")
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Just beware anyone who explicitly DECLARES to be "nice"... just as you should beware people who DECLARE to be "strong and independent", or honest, or... any other personality trait.
Basically always a red flag.
"You can trust me!" Lol.
"I'm not that kind of girl!" Sure yr not.
Here. Pop quiz.
You have to CONVINCE people that you are honest.
Quick! What kind of person are you?
Yep. Yr a con man, or a thief, or something along those lines (::cough:: politician ::cough::)
You see where I goes, with this.
The only possible motivation someone would ever have for DECLARING a character trait, would be artifice. Hoping you could plant that image in people's heads BEFORE THEY REALIZED OTHERWISE.
First impressions are strong. By declaring themselves to have certain traits, these people are hoping to doctor people's first impressions of themselves.
People who HAVE those traits would have no reason to do this... because they have the traits! Their true colors will show through.1