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Dante was a great and fun host, and the "nice guy" tour is appropriately named. Over three hours, he took us to seven food stops in Greenwich Village and discussed the history, culture, and architecture of the village along the way. Among the food stops, there were two VERY different styles of pizza, one of which I had never heard of (and I eat a lot of pizza). It was a really fun time!

The Nice Guy (or Girl) is nice. Not that he'll necessarily be an All-Loving Hero, but he's definitely not unpleasant, obnoxious or an overly cynical Byronic Hero edgy rebel. These characters are kind, friendly, psychologically well-balanced, morally good and socially decent in most cases, and in short, someone anyone would genuinely like to be around and have as a friend, which is often what they are to the hero and/or his extended cast. He won't engage in jerk-like behavior, but probably responds in kind to Vitriolic Best Buds, and Beware the Nice Ones is still absolutely to be considered.

If done right, it can demonstrate why a guy has beautiful women attached to him: he really is a remarkably wonderful and compassionate person. The Nice Guy can be engaging, likable or The Protagonist; all it takes is giving them a personality outside of "nice" such as: a scholarly refinement, a chivalric attitude, some engaging relationships, and a pinch of Hidden Depths. Having the right actor with the thespian skill to take those character qualities and wield them with charm and sincerity can help, which is how master actors like Christopher Reeve and Chris Evans took archetypal Superhero paragons of pure goodness who superficially seemed bland and colorless, Superman and Captain America respectively, and made them compelling characters audiences loved.

Nor does it mean being nice means they're not tough, or an Iron Woobie. If combat intellect or combat ability are involved, it's akin to Obfuscating Stupidity or Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass because you naturally expect the dark, tormented loner to be rough and tough, and the nice guy to be a Non-Action Guy. So, when it comes time for "No more Mr. Nice Guy", heads roll. On the other hand, with the All of the Other Reindeer trope in play, the nice fellow can be a redeeming factor as a person whom the beleaguered hero realizes is on his side and who lets him know he's not alone. (That is, unless the nice guy is the beleaguered hero; then he's screwed.)

Often, authors go the abbreviated route and give them a Dark and Troubled Past triggered by a Berserk Button. Either way, you can expect their niceness to be in spite of whatever tragedy or drama is in their lives; kind of an equal and opposite reaction to it. If done too suddenly, it implies a level of secrecy and acting that a Stepford Smiler would be jealous of. When done well, a more troubled character will rebuff their advice or friendship with "What do you know? You've never had X happen to you!" to his "I did", thus revealing healed-over scars.

Occasionally, however, the treatment goes the other way around: Perhaps in a world set upon Black-and-Gray Morality or Grey-and-Gray Morality, this Nice Guy actually stands out because he IS a Nice Guy. He doesn't have the excuse to be cynical or mean, nor does he need to have a tragic backstory. He's so nice, friendly and helpful... that he eventually becomes a fan-favorite due to how much he stands out amongst the more cynical cast members, like a refreshing breeze.

Contrary to the beliefs that Nice Guys Finish Last or All Girls Want Bad Boys, a genuinely Nice Guy can indeed be considered very attractive in the romantic department by people who value his kindness: that's Single Woman Seeks Good Man. Conversely, the Dogged Nice Guy trope may be in play if he has Unrequited Love, but note that that trope overlaps with people who act "nice" as a means to an end, which a real Nice Guy in this sense wouldn't do.

Super-Trope to Nice Jewish Boy, when the nice guy in question is, well, Jewish, to the delight of potential Jewish mothers-in-law. See also Adaptational Nice Guy. Nice Guys also tend to be Animal Lovers.

Note: This trope refers to genuinely nice guys. If you're looking for the Internet definition of "Nice Guy," that's at Wants a Prize for Basic Decency, Entitled to Have You, Bitch in Sheep's Clothing, and some cases of Dogged Nice Guy.

On a D&D alignment chart, nice guys practically represent the Neutral Good alignment. Exceptions are if the guy is extremely respectful towards rules, if he's kinda undisciplined, or, in very rare cases, if he's polite and pleasant but actually amoral.

Many researchers have attempted to discover what types of men women consider most desirable for relationship partners. This study investigated university women's (N = 165) perceptions of "nice guys," specifically whether women perceived nice guys to be more or less sexually successful than guys who are considered not nice. Both quantitative and qualitative analyses were used. The qualitative analysis was useful in understanding women's differing interpretations of the nice guy label. More than one half of the women agreed that nice guys have fewer sexual partners. However, more than one half also reported a preference for a nice guy over a bad boy as a date. As hypothesized, women who placed a lesser emphasis on the importance of sex, who had fewer sexual partners, and who were less accepting of men who had many sexual partners were more likely to choose the nice guy as a dating partner. The findings indicate that nice guys are likely to have fewer sexual partners but are more desired for committed relationships.

Jackie Chan's "Mr. Nice Guy" was originally titled "No More Mr. Nice Guy," which would also have worked; as the film opens he's a smiling chef on a TV show, and as it closes he's single-handedly destroying a house with a giant piece of earth-moving equipment. Still, I like the new title, because Chan is a nice guy, with his infectious grin, potato nose, and astonishing physical comedy.

This pizza spot was such a tasty place to visit while visiting friends. As soon as you walk in, you feel like a young kid again with all the cool interior decor it has and the low shining lights. As far as the pizzas, they had different flavors to choose from, some that I have never seen before on pizza. We had the elote pizza, which was really good and had a big taste of corn. We also had the buffalo chicken pizza, I believe, and that was also delicious. Whenever we're in town visiting our friends, we always make it a point to visit nice guys!

If you ever found yourself giving your everything to the people around you, but receiving nothing in return, or being nice and selfless to them only to be treated with lack of respect and consideration, No More Mr. Nice Guy is the book for you. The author explains how you can stop being the nice guy, the one that pleases everyone but himself, and become a respected, powerful individual instead. This self-help book is great for anyone looking to take charge of their life and improve their relationships.

Not all men have taken criticisms of the contemporary nice guy so self-seriously, though. Hundreds of thousands belong to the subreddit r/niceguys, intended to make fun of nice guys who fail to take responsibility for their own shortcomings.

This is not meant to be a formal definition of nice guy like most terms we define on, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of nice guy that will help our users expand their word mastery.

A nice guy can be described as a man who does not think he is ok by being himself. Because of conditioning by family and society, a nice guy believes that the only way to be accepted, loved, likes, or have his needs met is by becoming who everyone else wants them to be. A man suffering from the Mr. nice guy syndrome believes that they need to hide all the traits they possess that are likely to trigger negative responses from the people around them.

The term nice guy is also used to describe a man who thinks he is entitled to a romantic relationship by virtue of being nice. According to Dr. Robert Glover, the author of the No More Mr. Nice Guy book, this entitlement forced nice guys to form covert contracts targeting their affection and often get offended when the recipient of their niceness fails to reciprocate the feelings.

The covert contracts nice guys create often become a road map for their life, which does not always result in the nice guy getting what they want. Perceived as without alternatives, the good guy keeps doing the same things, stuck in the same habits even when they are not working for his benefit.

Most nice guys are still stuck in the friend zone and try to overcompensate for what they think is the cause of their singlehood with niceness. This can be their looks, social skills, and other features they deem undesirable in themselves. They use kindness to try to make up for what they think they lack. They try to be good friends or attractive males, but they end up coming off as needy and emotionally unstable.

Men who are not well connected to their fathers often develop the nice guy syndrome. Sometimes, fathers are absent emotionally and physically because they too suffer from the nice guy syndrome. This stops them from being masculine role models to their son. Without a strong male presence when growing up, they end up in the company of strong female personalities. 041b061a72


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