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By scewable - / Thursday 13 October 2011 07:19 / United States
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Seems it was the "nice guy" that was hopelessly in love with you all along, and gave you a shoulder to cry on all this years in hope that one day, you'd soon realize he was the one for you, not like like all those assholes who don't understand you and don't respect you and how he knows that you'll be happy with him because he'll treat you like the princess he knows you are and aren't he such a nice guy. And then you fuck him.

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  ImFrackinBored  |  13

Words of wisdom?

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  enonymous  |  8

Not True 92 I was at my friends wedding where she asked me to give a toast to her and the new groom. I used the same line at the end. It was very emotional After the speech I am up for Pulitzer for it

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  hinchkongfang  |  0

Maybe he's just trying to make you feel better about yourself... A lot of guys would take that as the highest compliment!! It also proves the theory that all guys become "friends" with women because they are sexually attracted to them...

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  tjv3  |  9

my now ex gf's friend was with me the day that we broke up and she got in my car and said she didn't want me to be alone, she then talked with me for about 45 minutes and said she would do anything she could to make me feel better . one of the best nights of sex ever

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  the17doctor  |  12

#131 - No it doesn't. Not it doesn't at all. All it proves is that the guy in this case is sexually attracted to that girl. Even then it doesn't mean he's only friends with her because of that. Even if he was, it doesn't prove ALL guys are only friends with women for sex. For a start you have to take into account gay guys, who wouldn't want sex from a woman anyway. Then there's guys that have girlfriends and wouldn't actually cheat on them. Basically you've just been really sexist by saying that.

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  Nuahavizu  |  17

Its always awkward if the recipient doesn't feel the same. But alas i guess a compliment is a compliment. Even a creepy 80 year old bus hobo with a mild alcohol problem and fleas saying he'd fuck you, while a disturbing thought, is better than nobody on earth wanting to i guess.

By  Dmars444  |  4

usually the decent ones are in the friend zone... he doesn't sound that decent XD

Seems it was the "nice guy" that was hopelessly in love with you all along, and gave you a shoulder to cry on all this years in hope that one day, you'd soon realize he was the one for you, not like like all those assholes who don't understand you and don't respect you and how he knows that you'll be happy with him because he'll treat you like the princess he knows you are and aren't he such a nice guy. And then you fuck him.

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  Fruit_Dealer  |  9

52 - I don't like breaking someone's bubble but no-one leaves aside his physical needs completely. Some people are romantic it is true, but everyone has a need for sex.

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  cradle6  |  13

Ah yes, the intellectual whore complex. The guys who loves her is a shoulder to cry on, somebody to go to movies with, and other "couples" activities, but never actually touch. Then she just has sex with her outlaw biker boyfriend. Welcome to the friendzone, and thanks Ty for the description.

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  pike1346  |  3

Nice guys get owned by women. If you are called "sweet" you will never get in her guts. It is true, and it is sad. So, with that said, be a dick and she will love you. TRY IT!

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  Freeze_fml  |  16

I don't see the correlation of nice guys saying they'll fuck a girl anytime. It seems more like a really stupid ploy and false advertisement. Don't give me this shit about "physical needs" and how you can't be respectable, yet play the nice guy card. Perhaps in the convoluted society we live in today. Guess that makes me a mean guy. Thumbs away, "nice" guys.

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  Wavesong  |  4

Three types of men in this world: Jerks, Nice guys, and Guys who think they're Nice guys. The latter insist on being just your friend and then think you owe them something more. They also watch you sleep and are overly manipulative and insecure. For Guys who think they're Nice guys, it's everyone's fault they don't have a girlfriend, except their own. No need to say, they're the worst kind of men. Stop blaming jerks and the totality of women and kick your own ass.

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  the17doctor  |  12

I agree with #138. I'm a guy, and I can say the friend zone is probably that way for a reason. For a relationship you've gotta have a spark there. With an ex GF, we apparently both had a spark for each other when we first met, yet couldn't do anything as she had a BF at the time. 2 years later, her engagement with that guy breaks off, and she turns to me to talk to. I've got a GF myself at this time, so couldn't do anything about it, although she briefly mentioned that I was one of the guys she fancied. When that relationship ended, she was there for me like I was for her, and one time while at the pub we kissed. It went downhill from there, as we went from being close friends for a couple of years to arguing quite a lot. Of course, in this case I think it was more circumstantial than the fact we used to be friends. After about a month I broke up with her and, once she felt she could be mature (after her next BF dumped her) she apologised and we've been friends since. TL;DR Sometimes it's best to just stay friends, as being suited as friends doesn't necessarily mean you're suited for a relationship.

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  bobdaripper7  |  2

Physical actions are manifestations of the feelings you have for someone, and considering he was her "closest friend" that would suggest he had reason to feel that way since they had obviously been through a lot together. This shows his actions were not driven by pure sexual desire. Love is not something you can just take at face value, there is tons of other things involved. Dr. Phil out

By  Mornai  |  31

Not much i can gather from this without knowing the details, so...lol.

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