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2.10.2013

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love, love, love this.
via. (of course).

12 comments:

AbbieBabble said...

YES. This is just. too. perfect.

Kiersten said...

I absolutely love this quote....it so perfectly something I've always thought!
<3 Kiersten

Melissa Fielman said...

I love this.

Amber said...

Oh I love this, perfect.
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Jessica said...

Whoa. YES!

Amanda said...

Oh, this is soooo perfect, Meg. Thank you so much for sharing this. I recently joined a dating site and, on top of already hating that statement "nice guys finish last", now I despise it. It's a total turn-off. I'd love to send this to every one of them lol.

meg fee said...

@Amanda: ugh, it's so hard, isn't it?!!?!?!

Julia Mallett said...

oh my. that is spot on.

Robby Spratt said...

Wait...I'm confused. So is this quote saying that it is bad to be a nice guy? Does being nice makes a man unattractive? I get the whole "good man" part; of course everyone aspires to be good...but "good" is not a personality trait; it is a reflection of character.
So I guess what I want to know is, is this quote criticizing the societal stigma that nice guys are less attractive, or is it saying outright that women do not find nice guys attractive?

meg fee said...

@Robby: I think he's saying if nice is the one word a man chooses to characterize himself with (above all the others words out there) then the man has some work to do. Because it is a small and insignificant and boring word. A man can be nice and a hundred other things, so why not use one of those hundred other things as a descriptor?

Robby Spratt said...

Thanks Meg, that makes a lot of sense. :)

The Rookie said...

Brilliant. True.