We work at a restaurant, and I sometimes speak with them in passing while at work (as I work in the front, and they in the back), and I always smile and ask how they are doing, how their weekend was, etc. (If anybody needs help, not just the two guys) I also sometimes bake things to bring in. Meg Dear Meg, Thanks for your question, or should we say questions.Over the summer, things quiet down, and there are not many college kids left in town, so people typically get together to hang out. The term “nice” can mean many different things depending on the context.“I definitely don’t like to argue, especially on dates, but nothing bugs me more than a guy who agrees with everything I say! Another recent graduate shared her dating experience, adding, “I don’t want to plan the details of the date or determine the entire conversation.A guy needs show some leadership skills, like just telling me where he’s taking me to dinner instead of making me decide,” Melanie B., 21, said.
Catrina W., 20, gave her perspective on why a guy who made things too easy for her had to go. If a guy doesn’t have boundaries, it becomes much too easy to walk all over him, and I don’t even mean to,” she stated.“I was seeing this guy and it’s like he was just too nice, too good to be true.I wasn’t used to that, it freaked me out and I broke up with him,” said Callie B., 19.“For me, being “too nice” means that a guy isn’t adventurous or risky enough.Get my adrenaline going every once in awhile,” she explained.However, my time is coming up as I have only one year left, and needless to say I have never had a boyfriend, or even a guy friend. I am not unattractive, I dress comfortably, I have a wide range of interests, I enjoy a good conversation, and I’ve traveled the world; yet I can be shy sometimes… For example I live in a house next to guys, and we didn’t really hang out with them.