- Responsible, serious, always leads anything, try to dominate based on his opinion, always tries to show his positive side, confident, retreats if something bad happened44%(8)39%(12)Vote31%(4)
- Dont care attitude (by not hurting anyone), funny, cheers others regarding any situation, has own opinion but confused, doesn't hesitate to show negative side, shy, keeps calm and laughs it out if something bad happend56%(10)61%(19)Vote69%(9)
Most Helpful Girl
I picked B, because the kind of "confidence" described in option A is fake as fuck, and I HATE posers.
If someone always "retreats" at the slightest sign of adversity... hahah what kind of "confidence" is that?
Fake confidence. Fake "dominance". I'd destroy someone like that in fifteen words or fifteen seconds. Whichever comes first.1
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Most Helpful Guy
B is definitely better.
First of all, B is "funny", and humor is a trait that EVERYONE appreciates!
Also, showing one's negative side at times comes off more genuine than ALWAYS being positive, and puts more people at ease. Most people, especially girls and women, don't like the man having the "moral high ground" over them.
It is a classically feminine trait for the woman to be more "pure" and "less character flawed" than the man. This is the reason why u see "bad boys" date all types of women, but u RARELY see the "bad girl" date a (perceived) morally flawless guy.
I'm a personal testament to this. When I was a teen I could tell that some people were uncomfortable around me, because I always put up a respectful, positive, and genuinely good image that all my elders would approve of...
... and although my peers wouldn't say this to my face, I can tell or heard through gossip that these people thought I was fake or a suck-up.
Once I got a bit more edgy near the end of high school and in college, I noticed more and more people, guys and girls alike, seemed more comfortable around me.
Who would have thought that the swearing, alcohol-lushing, cigar-smoking, ecstasy-popping, socially reckless, overall flirtatious version of me would be MORE receptive to people... than the reserved, calm, model-student, boy-scout version of me?
I go to show, through personal experience, that people feel uncomfortable around people who come off as too "perfect" or not showing character flaws; whether that reason be due to perceived phoniness or due to not liking being at such a low level of moral high ground in comparison.0