Everyone has heard of the “good guy” stereotype. This is a man who (presumably) deeply cares about the feelings of a woman, and does everything that a fairy-tale boyfriend has to do.
Before we continue, let's determine the difference between a kind-hearted man and a good guy. A truly kind-hearted man doesn’t pretend, he is what he is, while a good guy is just an imitator who creates the illusion of vulnerability and spends most of the time kissing his girlfriend’s ass.
In movies and TV shows, a good guy always gets a girlfriend. But in real life, these men are not needed by anyone. And, thanks to some of the ladies who shared their experiences on Reddit, we know why.
"Romantic comedies have nothing to do with real life, and using the tactics shown in them, you will only scare the object of your affections from, and not attract it."
“It is terrifying when such a guy tries to steal my clothes, so that he can put himself on a pillow and sleep with her, because she smells like me.”
“I made friends with a guy who, during the week after our meeting, expressed his love for me. I blinked him, reminding me that I was already meeting with someone, but I said that he did not object and would wait. He constantly talked about our dates, that we were soul mates, asked about our hypothetical future children, and noted that his father had told him that he would never give up, so he was not going to stop. I stopped hanging out with him. ”
"If I am not attracted to you, then you will only be a friend."
“Some people make you feel happy when they are near you. This is another thing that infuriates me in good guys, they are trying to be with people with whom they have zero "chemistry". This will not allow them to move forward. "
"Women are not machines in which you can put a coin of good and sex will fall out for you."